NYIP Launches Two New Courses in Travel Photography and Photojournalism
The New York Institute of Photography (NYIP) has launched two brand new online photography courses – an Intensive Course in Travel Photography and an Intensive Course in Photojournalism. Both courses are now available alongside NYIP's seven other course options for aspiring photographers all over the world.
NYIP's Travel Photography Course will teach photographers at any level how to document their expeditions. Students will learn the language of travel photography, what gear is best suited for different types of trips, and how to take better landscapes, nature and wildlife shots, portraits and architectural photographs. In addition, the course prepares students to earn money as a travel photographer by helping students develop their portfolio and teaching the business skills needed to succeed in this field.
NYIP's Photojournalism Course will teach photographers how to take more impactful photographs that tell a story. Students will learn how to see the world like a photographer, the principles of narrative, and how to tell a visual story. In addition, the course prepares students for a career as a photojournalist through portfolio development and business training.
Both courses are offered online via the New York Institute of Photography's leading online learning platform. Students can enroll anytime, study from the comfort of their own homes, and learn at their own pace. And every student will be paired with a professional photography mentor who will help them develop their skills and improve their photography.
"NYIP's mission has always been to make a high-quality photography education accessible and convenient for students all over the world," said Jacob Boller, School Director for NYIP. "The introduction of these two courses allows us to expand on that mission and serve aspiring photographers in these two fascinating fields."
The full tuition for both courses is $999. But they each offer a discount to students who choose to pay their tuition in full at the time of enrollment.