Technical Itinerary
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FULL PAYMENT OF 6680€ BY CREDIT CARD.

By selecting this method, the payment process will redirect to our Banks website. Your bank details will not be kept by Grisart Fotografía S.L but sent directly to our bank under secure protocols (HTTPS). Your account will be charged immediately.

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FULL PAYMENT OF 6680€ VIA BANK TRANSFER FOR TECHNICAL ITINERARY.

When selecting this payment, you must pay the total amount of the course via bank transfer or deposit in the account of Grisart Escuela Internacional de Fotografía:

Banco Sabadell (Oficina 0181 – C/ Ronda Sant Pere, 56 · 08010 Barcelona)
IBAN: ES76-0081-0181-1100-0138-3946
BIC: BSABESBB

You must send the proof of payment to inscripciones@grisart.com. Your reservation will not be effective until the arrival of funds to our account has been verified.

It is important to indicate your full name (or that of the person who will be taking the course) in the sender field of the transfer information.

Payment in instalments with surcharge, initial payment by credit card

INITIAL PAYMENT OF 950€ BY CREDIT CARD.

Payment will be made in 7 instalments:

  • Initial payment of 950€ by credit card.
    By selecting this method, the payment process will redirect to our banks website, your bank details are not retained by Grisart Fotografia S.L but are sent directly to the bank operator under secure protocols (HTTPS).
    Your account will be charged immediately.
  • Second payment of 3500€, will be made by direct debit 30 days before the start date of the course.
  • The remaining 5 instalments of 500€ will be made by direct debit at the beginning of october, november, december, january and february.

Bank Authorization (Necessary Information):
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Note: Once the course has started, any student who decides not to continue the classes must continue to pay the full amount of the course.

Payment in instalments with surcharge, initial payment by bank transfer

INITIAL PAYMENT OF 950€ BY BANK TRANSFER FOR RESERVATION OF TECHNICAL ITINERARY.

Payment will be made in 7 instalments:

  • Initial payment via bank transfer of 950€ as reservation must be made to the account of Grisart Escuela Internacional de Fotografía:
    Banco Sabadell (Oficina 0181 – C/ Ronda Sant Pere, 56 · 08010 Barcelona)
    IBAN: ES76-0081-0181-1100-0138-3946
    BIC: BSABESBB
  • Second payment of 3500€, will be made by direct debit 30 days before the start date of the course.
  • The remaining 5 instalments of 500€ will be made by direct debit at the beginning of october, november, december, january and february.

Bank Authorization (Necessary Information):
Bank details for direct debit:
Account Number / IBAN
Account Holder

Note: Once the course has started, any student who decides not to continue the classes must continue to pay the full amount of the course.

Financed payment with Banc Sabadell

Grisart Escuela Internacional de Fotografía, in collaboration with Banc Sabadell, offers the possibility of financing your studies.

FULL PAYMENT OF 6680€ WITH FINANCING BY BANC SABADELL.

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Ask for more information at:
Banco Sabadell
Oficina 0181 – Ronda Sant Pere, 56
08010 Barcelona
Contact: Sr. Christian Lledó
Tel.: +34 93.268.26.26 - Ext.17472
E-mail: clledo@bancsabadell.com

3. More Information:

In case of not being a Grisart student, you must:

  • CV (attaching any document that proves knowledge of photography).
  • Portfolio (minimum 20 JPEG images with a maximum of 2,000 pixels on the longest side, including portraits and still life examples shot in studio).
  • Letter of motivation
  • Send a PDF bank receipt of payment to inscripciones@grisart.com.

Cancellation policies:
The user will have a maximum period of up to 14 days to withdraw from the contract, in accordance with the article 71.1 of Law 1/2007. For this purpose, it is reported that for the exercise of this right, the user must communicate his/her willing to withdraw the contract by formalizing the document of cancellation of the enrollment (that can be downloaded from this link), which expressly indicates the contractors, the people, the place where it has to be addressed. The abandonment within the term of 14 days, will involve the reimbursement of all the registration fees that have been paid. After this period, the user may not desist or be entitled to any compensation or refund of any amount due to this withdrawal.

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IN SEARCH OF THE PERFECT IMAGE

Commercial photography is omnipresent. Our urban surroundings and printed publications are full of attractive and suggestive pictures. They all have something in common: they are near perfection.

Some of those images, despite their apparent realism, were not created using a camera; they were done using a computer. The professionals of contemporary commercial images must know and fully master all technical and expressive resources in order to carve a place for themselves in a very competitive market.

At Grisart International School of Photography, we have developed a Complete Program of Technical Photography to help photographers master these skills and insure this knowledge is passed on. It comprises six interrelated lines of study: Lighting, Post-Production, CGI (Computer Generated Imagery), InDesign Layout, Management and Business Legislation, Planning and Promotion of Work.

The combination of photography related subjects and others related to management and the promotion of work gives our ambitious students a solid training and the assurance to enter the professional world with confidence.


Alternative combinations of lines of study available (Hybrid Itineraries). Ask for more information at info@grisart.com

The students will be given the opportunity to choose the language in which they will attend this course: either English or Spanish. Most of the activities extra classes (guided visits to exhibitions and conferences) will be in Spanish.

1- LIGHTING PROGRAM (ADVERTISING, PORTRAIT AND FASHION)

If controlling light is a decisive aspect of taking a photograph, it is even more important in the case of advertising, portrait and fashion photography.

Understanding the expressive and creative power of lighting endows photographers with the ability to conform to the conditions of each assignment with guaranteed success.

This course is structured in such a way as to allow the future professional to acquire essential knowledge in studio lighting techniques, which can later be applied to advertising, fashion,
portrait, science and experimental photography.

In order to achieve this goal, the course is designed to encourage student participation, so all practical classes are planned as real working situations. Students are, therefore, shooting in exteriors, as well as in special studios, with the presence of art directors, stylists and models, which are also involved.

Students have, at their disposal, shooting sets and digital editing rooms for production and post-production of their works, helping them gain the experience and confidence necessary to insert themselves in the professional world.

SYLLABUS

Advertising photography. 54 hours: 18 classes of 3h.

Objective: Theoretical and practical learning of light treatments and the most common resources in advertising photography.

  • Appropriate Photographic Equipment: SLR Camera and/or Large Format Camera with Digital Back
  • Appropriate Lighting Equipment: Flashes and Accessories
  • Lighting Types and Sets
  • Photometry and Colorimetry
  • Theory, History and Aesthetics of the Advertising Image
  • Workflow and Methodology of a Professional Photo Shoot
  • Light Treatment of Matt Objects. The Problem of Textures and Volumes
  • Light Treatment of Shiny Objects. The Problem of Reflections and the Reflection of Light
  • Light Treatment of Transparent Objects. The Problem of Glare and Splash
  • Set Props in Advertising
  • Makeup and Accessories in Advertising
  • The Advertising Message

Instructor: Nacho Caravia. 

Guest Instructors: Valentín del Rey and Dani Cubero.

Portrait. 30 hours: 10 classes of 3h.

Objective: To make portraits and experiment, both in studio and in location, through mostly practical teacher’s demonstrations and students’ own work.

  • Theory, History and Aesthetics of Portraiture
  • Types of Portraits: Psychological, Editorial, Advertising, Social and Creative
  • Lighting as Character Builder
  • Constraints in Relation to Customers and the Context that the Portrait Targets
  • Characteristics of Each Type of Production, Its Schedules and Budgets
  • Studio Practices and Location Scouting for Various Portrait Typologies, Planning Different Lighting Sets and Resources

Instructor: Michele Casagrande. 

Fashion. 54 hours: 18 classes of 3h. 

Objective: To know the different typologies and tendencies prevailing in professional fashion photography, as well as the large personnel requirements it takes (models, makeup artists, hairstylists and stylists), through mostly practical sessions, both on interior and exterior locations.

  • Theory, History and Aesthetics of Fashion. Latest Tendencies
  • How to Direct Models and the Professional Teams Involved in a Photo Shoot Session
  • Beauty Shots and the Fashion Cover
  • The Fashion Catalogue
  • Fashion Photo Shoot in a Professional Studio: Characteristics and Equipment
  • Fashion Photography in Location. Post-Production for Fashion

Instructor: Samuel Pastar. 
 
Managing Assignments.

Objective: Learn to organize and stand for our own professional rights (organize a session, links with suppliers and customers, the agencies, make a budget, the portfolio, copyright…). All this issues will be dealt as the three sections, advertising, portraiture and fashion, are developed.

LENGTH: 

279 hours.

Theory classes: 138 hours: 38 classes of 3h. 
Practical classes: 138 hours: 38 classes of 3h.
Final evaluation class: 1 class of 3h. 

2- POST-PRODUCTION AND PHOTOFINISHING PROGRAM

Course focused on retouching and image manipulation for advertising, fashion and signature work, exploring advance
procedures and resources in relation to each specific area.

It is designed to provide students with the high degree of proficiency in post- production techniques and stimulate their creative abilities. It is aimed at producing images with the utmost visual impact within the framework of contemporary creative work.

It affects essential aspects such as photographic implementation of learned skills, the definition of conceptual and aesthetic goals by which those skills will be played, and the specific work methodology of each professional sector.

The student explores printing methods gets confortable with the wide range of photofinishing solutions that are available today in the market.

It includes a section on CGI (computer-generated imagery) to learn and practice the production of images generated through the computer. This technology helps integrate virtual objects in a real photographic environment, something common in the advertising world and that of artistic productions.

For its completion, it requires a good post-production base with Adobe Photoshop.

NOTE: All those students that wish to access the Complete Program of Technical Photography without having previously completed the first year of the General Professional Course at GrisArt will have to take a placement test. Those students that have not completed the Adobe Photoshop post-production level required for this module will be referred to the Digital Treatment of Images I and II taught on Thursdays from 16h to 19h.

SYLLABUS

Fashion Post-Production. 18 hours: 6 classes of 3h.

  • The Characteristics of Retouching in Current Fashion Photography
  • The Role of the Retouching Artist in Fashion Photography. The Importance of Good Judgment
  • Aspects to Consider in Post-Production for Later Retouching
  • The Technical Aspects of Hardware, Capture and Image Processing Software, Color Management and Adjustment of Images before Retouching
  • Workflows According to the Type of Assignments
  • Retouching Techniques for Catalogues, Fashion, Cosmetics and Publications. Instructor Demonstrations and Supervised
  • Student Practical Sessions
  • Retouching in the Fashion Shoot (in situ)
  • Beyond Fashion Retouching: Photomontage and Creativity
  • Preparing Images According to Their Final Destination

 Advertising Post-Production. 27 hours: 9 classes of 3h.

  • The Characteristics of Today’s Retouching Advertising Photography
  • The Role of the Professional Advertising Photo Retoucher
  • Technical Aspects about Color Management, Image Processing Software and the Adjustment of Images Before and After Retouching
  • Techniques to Make Selections and Advance Integrations
  • Techniques on Correct Color Manipulation
  • Workflows in Relation to the Nature of the Assignment
  • Retouching Techniques in the Car Industry, Cosmetics and Beauty, Advertising Still Life and Inspirational Advertising.
  • Instructor Demonstrations and Supervised Student Practical Sessions

Signature Post-Production. 12 hours: 4 classes of 3h.

  • Detailed Analysis, both Technical and Conceptual, of the Work of Photographer/Artists that Use Post-Production in the Creation of Their Artistic Works
  • Development of a Signature Personal Project under Instructor Supervision

Printing and Photofinishing. 12 hours: 4 classes of 3h.

  • Learning Current Output Devices
  • Types of Photofinishing. Why We Use Them and What They Can Offer
  • Instructor Demonstrations and Supervised Student Practical Sessions
  • Guided Tours to Companies in This Sector
    Matte painting. 18 hours: 6 classes of 3h.
  • Introduction to Digital Matte Painting composition. Applications and influential artists.
  • Creation of sketches with the look & feel of the project.
  • Collection of images and resources. Mounting the scene and integration of elements.
  • The lighting, shadows and lights work.
  • Correction of color and depth. Effects of general ambience.
  • Details and finishes end of the composition.
   Instructors: Xavier Carreras. 

LENGTH: 

Theory classes: 93 hours: 30 classes of 3h + 1 evaluation of the final project class of 3h.

3- E-COMMERCE PROGRAM

To learn to develop a workflow adapted to the new demands of the e-commerce world.

Instructors: Sam Pastar.

LENGTH: 18 hours: 6 classes of 3h.

4- DIGITAL LAYOUT PROGRAM

The Layout Program with InDesign is an ally for the new photographer, who will need to develop projects involving images and texts, creating interactive pdf and designing graphic pieces (books, posters, etc.).

Instructor: Berta González

LENGTH: 15 hours: 5 classes of 3h.

5- MULTIMEDIA PROJECT PROGRAM  

     The vertigo of technological innovation brings challenges and solutions to demanding photographers. It allows them to communicate with increased creativity, but requires them to be constantly learning to keep up with it.

HD video, which is already incorporated in the news cameras, is the key to develop a new expressive tool fully implemented in the documentary, advertising, fashion and, in general, photographic context.

Even though photographer’s sensibility and knowledge remain indispensable in the creation of images, the new audiovisual language requires mastery of its narrative codes and its related technology.

The Video Course for Photographers takes advantage of the characteristics of today’s photographic camera (lightness, interchangeable lenses, small size, readiness…) to propose exploring new means in an era of constant change.

All along the training process, students will learn the process of non-linear editing with what is currently one of the accepted best software around, Adobe Premiere Pro. With it, they will be able to develop their final project, which will encompass photography, video, text and audio.

SYLLABUS

  • Size of an Audiovisual Production and the Human Team Involved
  • Photo-Chemical Film, Digital Film, Video and HD
  • HD DSLR Photographic Cameras and Their Correct Configuration to Shoot in Video
  • Shooting Accessory
  • Sensors. Video and Audio Encoders/Decoders. Aspect Ratio and Resolution
  • Image Analysis Software
  • Lighting for Film and Video
  • Audio. Microphone Equipment and Sound Recording. Specific Software
  • Introduction to Color Correction
  • Image Analysis Software. Lighting for Film and Video
  • Film Language. The Semiotics of Cinema
  • Adobe Premiere Pro: the Handling of Its User Interface
  • Import and Transfer
  • Render and Export
  • Basic Editing: Clips and Sequences
  • Advance Editing: Motion, Audio, Titles, Transitions, Effects, Color Correction and Render
  • Internet Uploading

Instructors: Adiva Koenigsberg. 

LENGTH: 93 hours: 30 classes of 3h + 1 evaluation of the final project class of 3h.

EVALUATION

The general criteria for evaluation takes into account: the weekly practices, attendance and class participation, exam each module and the final project. 

LENGTH OF THE PROGRAM

12 months. 465 hours.

Grisart estimates that the Technical Itinerary supposes a commitment of time equivalent to 930 hours.

ACCESS

Those interested in this course can be accessed with an average level of photography and after an entrance exam.

  • Camera with manual settings
  • Lens: Focal Range similar to a 24-105 mm
  • External hard drive (at least 500 Gb)
  • Memory card (at least 16GB, 90MB)

SCHEDULE AND TUITION FEES

Starting Date: September 30th, 2019.

Final Date: September 18th, 2020. 

Deadline final projects: 

  • September 2nd, 2020.
*During the months of July and August, the students will have the facilities of the school to finish developing their final projects.

Hours: 

  • Monday: from 9:00 to 12.00h and from 12:00 to 15:00h (practices with the support of an assistant).
  • Wednesday: from 15:00h to 18:00h.
  • Friday: from 12:00 to 15:00h. (Plus 13 classes from 16.00 to 19.00h).

*During the academic year, there will be 6 Saturdays with a class of 6 hours each.

Tuition Fees: 6,680 €

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Methods of Payment: Online payment on our website, deposit into the bank account or bank transfer.

      • Option A: A single payment
      • Option B: Installments with charge:
          • 950 € enrollment reservation
          • 3,500 € paid 30 days before the beginning of classes
        • Outstanding payments by direct debit:
          • 5 monthly instalments of 500 € each (October, November, December, January and February)
(More information about the bank account and all payment modalities by clicking the "Registration" button, located below the main course image).

Note: the fulfilment of this course is subject to a minimum number of students enrolled. Failure to meet the minimum squares, the money will be refunded.

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