With two annual courses and an additional course dedicated to portfolio development, the Basic Program is the school’s most comprehensive course of choice. Aimed at any passionate aspiring photographer, regardless of age or previous experience with the camera. The weekly courses aim at the technical and technological training of the student, at his artistic development but, mainly, at the creation of a new generation of photographers with courage, patience and love for the 8th art. Experienced teachers -all of them active and renowned professionals in the field- pay special attention to the student’s development. Invited speakers and specialized courses expand the range of available knowledge and photographic experiences. Depending on the goals of each student, professional or amateur, the program is flexible and adapts to different rates. At the same time, each cycle is independent and culminates with a group exhibition after the end of each year.
The small sections, the adequate ventilation, the necessary configuration of the room (distances between the seats) and the systematic disinfection of the school in combination with the observance of the official hygiene instructions make our school suitable for conducting classes in the current conditions. Selected books from the world literature are available in the main modules. The program is completed in 30 courses with a total duration of 90 hours. Certificate of attendance is issued.
Students get 30% discount to all of school’s workshops
The small groups, the systematic and adequate ventilation and the complete disinfection of the school in combination with the observance of the official instructions, as well as with the necessary configuration of the room (distances between the seats), make our school suitable for the continuation of courses under current conditions.By faithfully and seriously monitoring developments and adhering to all precautionary measures and instructions of the state and the WHO, we are prepared to adapt to any new situation that may arise and may require changes in new teaching measures.