Professional Itinerary of Photography
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FULL PAYMENT OF 5900€ VIA BANK TRANSFER FOR PROFESSIONAL ITINERARY OF PHOTOGRAPHY.

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)
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INITIAL PAYMENT OF 700€ BY CREDIT CARD.

Payment will be made in 7 instalments:

  • Initial payment of 700€ by credit card.
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  • Second payment of 2500€, will be made by direct debit 30 days before the start date of the course.
  • The remaining 5 instalments of 640€ will be made by direct debit at the beginning of october, november, december, january and february.

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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.

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INITIAL PAYMENT OF 700€ BY BANK TRANSFER FOR RESERVATION OF PROFESSIONAL ITINERARY OF PHOTOGRAPHY.

Payment will be made in 7 instalments:

  • Initial payment via bank transfer of 700€ 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 2500€, will be made by direct debit 30 days before the start date of the course.
  • The remaining 5 instalments of 640€ 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.

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

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08010 Barcelona
Contact: Sr. Angel Bielsa
Tel.: +34 93.268.26.26 - Ext.17306
E-mail: abielsa@bancsabadell.com

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The Professional Itinerary of Photography is the first year of a two-year program aimed at those beginning to study photography who are looking for a solid formation, both theoretical and practical.

It consists of 12 modules: ten specialized modules, one Exterior Application Project (EAP) module and one complementary training module that give students the security and autonomy necessary for working at a professional level.

It is a daily immersion in the world of images, a continuous process of study, practice and criticism. In parallel the students will become familiar with the photographic activity in the city, by attending exhibitions and conferences, meetings with photographers, curators and art centre managers; visiting galleries, foundations, museums, publishers, laboratories, studios and more..

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.

SYLLABUS

Capture. 10 classes of 2h 30m.

Goal: Mastering the management of the SLR camera and its accessories, measuring light and using digital tools and resources related to image capture.

  • Image Shooting
  • Camera: Parties, types, controls, accessories and operation
  • The Light Control: Shutter and aperture
  • Measurement of Reflected Light: Light meter and histogram
  • Light Metering Modes: Types and Features
  • Lens: Types and Behavior
  • The Nature of Light. Color Temperature
  • Sensors
  • The Portable Flash
  • Incident Light Measuring and Flash Light

Instructors: Adiva Koenigsberg


Technology and color management
. 16 classes of 2h, 4 classes of 3h and 16 practices of 2h. 

Goal: Manage the basics of digital imaging, as well as tools, software and optimus work processes for its treatment.

  • Photography and Technology.
  • Computers for Photography. Basic Concepts
  • The Photographic Archive. Formats
  • Digital Imaging I and II (basic concepts)
  • Size and Image Quality
  • Color Management I and II
  • Monitor Profile
  • Entry Profile
  • Laboratory Profile
  • Printer Profile
  • The Printing Process I, II and III

Instructor: Xavier Carreras


Visual narrative.
 20 classes of 2h.

Goal: To understand that, beyond the technical mastery, is essential to know the compositional principles and expressive charge of the photographic language to create and interpret images. Also to deepen, through lectures and practical exercises, into the iconographic and iconological analysis of the photographic image, in their historical development and contemporary approaches.

  • Key Concepts of Visual Perception
  • Principles of Composition
  • Expressive Value of the Elements of the Photographic Language
  • Methodology for the Analysis of the Image
  • Photography and Portrait
  • Photography and Still Life
  • Photography and Space
  • Photography and Time
  • Photography and Fiction

Instructor: Rafa Badia


Postproduction.
 35 classes of 4h.

Goal: To use judiciously the tools and management techniques, optimization, and light and tonal adjustment with the photographs management and editing programs: Capture One, Adobe Bridge, Camera Raw and Photoshop CC.

  • Capture One I
  • Capture One II
  • Capture One III
  • Photoshop
  • Trabajo con capas
  • Corrección de defectos
  • Ajuste por zonas I
  • Ajuste por zonas II
  • Ajuste por zonas III
  • Corrección de Color
  • Blanco y Negro
  • Práctica
  • Repaso flujo de trabajo
  • FX y filtros
  • Bodegones I
  • Bodegones II
  • Bodegones III
  • Bodegones IV
  • Retoque avanzado
  • Retoque de Moda I
  • Retoque de Moda II
  • Retoque de Moda III
  • Fotomontaje I
  • Fotomontaje II
  • Movimientos con Photoshop
  • Salidas I
  • Salidas II

Instructor: Marco Stefanelli and Andreja Veluscek


Multimedia creation
. 30 classes of 3h. 

Goal: Explore new areas and forms of expression. Enter the field of video and film language. Understand the video as another medium of photography. Develop an audiovisual piece using the technique of stop motion.

  • Size of an Audiovisual Production and the Human Team Involved
  • Photo-Chemical Film, Digital Film, Video, HD and 4K
  • HD DSLR Photographic Cameras/ 4K Mirrorless 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

 Instructor: Adiva Koenigsberg


Studio lighting. Introduction to the professional set
. 3 classes of 6h.

Goal: To manage and control equipment and basic lighting techniques in the photo studio.

  • Equipment and Accessories
  • Digital Capture
  • Characteristics of Light
  • Flash Photometry
  • Light and Contrast
  • Light Positions
  • Light Quality
  • Modeling with Light
  • Basic Lighting Schemes

Instructor: Nacho Caravia 


Studio lighting. Portrait.
10 classes of 3h.

Goal: 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: Nacho Caravia


Studio lighting. Fashion.
18 classes of 3h.

Goal: 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: 


Studio lighting. Advertising
. 18 classes of 3h.

Goal: 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 


LAB Area
. 10 classes of 3h.

Goal: Module focused to old and mixed techniques in which the student experiments with the analog and digital image, exploring the narrative possibilities that each one has.

Instructor: Israel Ariño


Commercial Legislation. 2 classes of 3h.

Goal: In his professional work, the photographer cannot ignore something as basic as the rules that govern commercial relations. Any professional must have basic knowledge in management and commercial legislation with which to operate in the real world.

  • Legislation and copyright
  • Fiscal obligations
  • Optimization of time and resources
  • Preparation of a budget
  • Relationship with customers

Instructor: Mariona Sardà


Exterior Application Project (EAP). 60 hours.

Goal: That each of the students participate in a real professional photographic experience.

  • Each student will carry out a work assignment in the photographic field, applying the skills learned during their academic formation.
  • Make contact with the professional world, having to respond to real jobs with quality requirements, deadlines and client relations.
  • Learn through experience.
  • Design and organize an efficient workflow that is coherent with the assignment.
  • Apply the knowledge gained in the first years modules to a photographic assignment.
  • Work individually or as a team, depending on the project.

Instructor: Andreja Veluscek


Further training
. 135 hours.

Objective:

  • To comment and evaluate the progress of individual projects.
  • To contact the cultural world of the city, attending scheduled meetings with photographers, curators, gallery owners, art centers, laboratories, studios...
  • To carry on the mandatory practices in the photo studio or in the digital classrooms.

Instructor: Rafa Badia and Andreja Veluscek

EVALUATION

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

 LENGTH OF THE COURSE

12 months. 735 hours.

Grisart estimates that the Professional Itinerary of Photography supposes a commitment of time equivalent to 1470 hours.

ELEGIBILITY

18 years of age and level A/High School diploma (for foreign students compulsory education equivalent in each country).

ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT

  • 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 25th, 2019.

Finale Date: September 18th, 2020*

Final works deadline: September 2nd, 2020.

Hours:
Mon-Fri from 9:30 to 15:45 h.

Detailed calendar:

  • Monday and Tuesday from 9:30 to 14:30 h.
  • Wednesday from 9:30 to 15:30 h.
  • Thursday from 9:30 to 13:30 h.
  • Friday from 12:45 to 15:45 h.
  • Exceptionally, there will be classes 4 Saturdays along the year from 10:00 to 16:30 h. 

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

**The module of Projects has an extended schedule (from 9:00h to 11:45h).

Note: the schedule of classes could be changed, and duly notified to the student through the shared calendar. No always there will be 4 hours of lessons within a day.

Tuition Fees:
5,900 €

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

    • Option A: A single payment
    • Option B: Installments with charge: 
        • 700 € enrollment reservation
        • 2,500 € paid 30 days before the beginning of classes
      • Outstanding payments: by direct debit:
        • 5 monthly installments of 640 € each (October, November, December, January and February).

FOREIGN STUDENTS

If you come from another country, here we explain step by step what to do to study with us.

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