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Duration: 7 months, 90 hours (October-May)

Day: Wednesday

Class hours: 18:00 – 21:00

Starting: Wednesday, October 7th

Basic Cost: 810€ + VAT. Upon registration, 270€ + VAT is paid and the rest in 6 monthly installments of 90€ + VAT from November to April.

Cost with books: 910€ + VAT. With the registration, 370€ + VAT are paid (registration amount + book cost) and the rest in 6 monthly installments of 90€ + VAT from November to April.

Photoshop (Optional): Instructed by Manos Manolioudakis. 80€ + VAT. These are 3 courses with a total duration of 9 hours. Notes are provided.

A 15% discount is provided upon payment of the full amount and a 10% discount on the unemployed and students.

Students receive a 30% discount on all school workshops.

*Discounts are not combined

Teachers: Yiannis Rizomarkos, Thodoris Nikolaou, Konstantinos Tsiliakos

The 2nd Cycle of photographic studies is addressed to photographers who have the basic technical and theoretical training and now want to delve into the photographic medium. With project assignments, specialized courses and teaching advanced techniques, the year’s follow-up pushes the young photographer to the next level and acquaints him with different types of photography to discover his own style.

In order to register there is not requirement for attending the 1st Cycle, but an interview and presentation of the indicative work of the person concerned. Each candidate should send in digital form 15-20 photographs of free subject or a coherent photographic work with a corresponding text that will accompany it, to the mail of the school orama@oramastudies.gr.

The program is completed in 30 courses with a total duration of 90 hours. Students have a 30% discount on all workshops at the school. There is a 15% discount with the payment of the full amount and a 10% discount for the unemployed and students

The lessons taught are the following:

CONTEMPORARY ART PHOTOGRAPHY

Taught by Yiannis Rizomarkos, Thodoris Nikolaou

The course focuses on the contemporary trends of artistic photography, as well as the dominant cultural and aesthetic ideas that it expresses and have made it an important visual art. Through the works of renowned photographers, students will be inspired and cultivate their personal expression, deepening into concepts and emotions that will influence their current photographic works. A relevant book is provided.

INTRODUCTION TO DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY

Taught by Thodoris Nikolaou

The course analyzes the methods of approaching photographic history and highlights the importance of research (field – archival) and documentation. At the end of the cycle, the student will be able to create their own story through a series of images, learning the importance of continuous editing. Throughout this process students will gain the information and techniques necessary for the evolution of their photographic style. A relevant book is provided.

THE PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT

Taught by Yiannis Rizomarkos

The art of photography can help us see both ourselves and the world around us. But how does photography become an act of self-discovery? How can experiences, culture, environment and everyday life be captured in our images? The course introduces a structured way of producing creative solutions, which will allow students to intensify their skills, to increase their awareness of themselves and the world around them, but also to understand the concepts contained in their photographs, while developing their personal style. Portrait, landscape, conceptual and directed photography as well as street photography, are some of the species that will be explored. A relevant book is provided.

 

STUDIO LIGHTING

Taught by Konstantinos Tsiliakos

In this course students will practice photographing models, while they will get a first “taste” of studio work, which will familiarize them with the equipment and help them better understand the basic principles and lighting techniques.

Books are provided in the lessons “Contemporary Art Photography”, “Introduction to Documentary Photography” and “The Photographic Project”.

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