New Skills to be taught during Advanced Photography Courses offered by LIOP in 2018

Posted March 24, 2018 by liopholger

Leading photography school advises that they will continue to teach students the latest techniques and skills required to take great pictures

Well-known and sought-after London Institute of Photography offers various advanced courses to students who are interested in obtaining the required skills that will enable them to take great pictures and prepare themselves for further study in this field.
Many students enrol for Beginner’s Courses or those courses that teach them certain aspects of photography such as editing skills only because that is what interests them, whereas others are keen to attend more advanced courses that teach them various levels of the subject, many of them with the intention of becoming professional photographers that make a living out of it sometime in the future, either working for someone or opening their own business.
Whatever the motivation, the Institute offers some of the most advanced courses available in the country and they invite prospective candidates to look at their website to form an idea of what they can expect if they decide to book a place on the courses.
The Institute’s Director Holger Pooten said at one of the meetings attended by interested candidates, “As a leading institution of learning where aspiring photographers can gain knowledge about the subject, the London Institute of Photography is excellently placed to teach students all important aspects related to the art of photography, and we make it our business to never top learning about our subject.
“Therefore we remain at the forefront of what is new and we can offer you the best courses that will give you the latest skills deemed necessary to prepare you to take further courses in order to make it as a professional.”
These advanced and intensive courses are meant for those students that feel their interest goes beyond enjoying a hobby. They are the ones that feel they want to gain the best possible knowledge about the subject, even if they never use these skills in a professional capacity.
Then, of course, it is also meant for those who feel they may be interested in photography as a possible career. The course is made up of 10 modules such as the Complete Foundation Course, a module for Fashion Studio Photography, Still Life and Portrait Photography, for example.
What makes the course attractive for many is the fact that it offers the student great flexibility in terms of how to attend it. There are options for studying full time for 10 weeks, or weekends or even time schedules tailored to individual needs. Once the student completes the course successfully, he/she may be motivated for further study to gain even more skills.

At the London Institute of Photography (LIoP) the student has various choices in terms of his/her photography aspirations. Under the tutelage of experienced teachers the student is exposed to all the aspects of what advanced digital photography is about. Students can enrol for different courses, right from those meant for beginners to the student who wants to become a professional photographer. Flexible time schedules make it possible for attendance of courses on either a full time, or part time basis, and students receive instruction in small groups. There are also opportunities for one-to-one tuition for those students who are interested. LIoP is well known for their Professional Photography Course as well as for a number of Individual Courses. For more about LIoP please visit
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Last Updated March 24, 2018