Professional Photography
Photographers use cameras to tell a story through pictures of events, objects, people and places. If you are someone who has a creative eye for detail along with the ability to master technical and interpersonal skills, then becoming a trained photographer might be for you.
Register By: Oct 21, 2018
Classes Begin: OCTOBER 21 (LAKEWOOD & BROOKLYN); NOVEMBER 25 (MONSEY)
 
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Earn a certificate in Photography

The field of photography is changing and developing every day, with demand for quality images increasing exponentially as our world turns increasingly more visual.

TTI’s Career School is excited to offer photography for students who are looking for a short program that will provide them with a flexible, artistic career in a non-academic field.

Professional photographers work in a range of areas, including commercial, product and portrait settings.

2 semesters
3 months per semester
$4800
Does not include equipment and software
$75,000
Starting salary: $18/hour. Photographers can earn an average of $40,000 for part-time work and $75,000 for full-time work, finding employment in commercial, product and portrait settings. Many photographers work freelance on behalf of clients, and companies and events.

Earn your certificate in Photography in 7 steps:

1
Register with TTI's Career School.
2
Purchase a laptop and camera.
3
Take classes for 2 semesters. Spend 124 hours of face to face classroom instruction with licensed, experienced instructors immersed in an intensive, professionally designed curriculum.
4
Be prepared to work. Keep up with the homework schedule to hone your skills. The more you put in, the better photographer you will be!
5
Develop your portfolio.
6
For those interested, TTI will offer students internships to develop their skills, network, and potentially receive a job offer once classroom instruction is over.
7
At the end of the program, you will have the skills needed to enter the world of photography.

Program Features:

  • Separate Cohorts for men and women.
  • Affordable and convenient class times. Classes located in Boro Park, Monsey, and Lakewood.
  • Program is part-time. Keep working while you learn.
  • Option of earning up to 15 college credits towards a degree.
  • Advisement in building your career.
  • Flexible schedule designed around the Yomim Tovim and Jewish Calendar.

Prior Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED

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