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Professional Photography Basics in 6 months

Spéos, L'école photo internationale - Paris & Londres

Professional Photography Basics in 6 months - <p>The "Professional Photography Basics" program is a lighter version of the Sp&eacute;os program and covers a short duration of 6 months. This program takes place twice a year, with intakes in September and February. This program is aimed for students who wish to study professional photography in a very rapid and intensive way.</p>

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The "Professional Photography Basics" program is a lighter version of the Spéos program and covers a short duration of 6 months. This program takes place twice a year, with intakes in September and February. This program is aimed for students who wish to study professional photography in a very rapid and intensive way.

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  • 5.1 D 047

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Spéos, L'école photo internationale - Paris & Londres - School/training

Spéos, L'école photo internationale - Paris & Londres

Established in 1985, Spéos has more than 30 years of experience in higher education in professional photography. For several years, Spéos has been selected among the Top 5 photo schools in the world according to many different and independant rankings. The school offers exclusive programs with Magnum Photos, Paolo Roversi/Dominique Isserman and Paris Match.

Spéos’ mission is to prepare students to meet current market demands and accompany them in becoming successful photographers in the field of their choice. The school offers several types of professional programs in French and English, in Paris and London, and in particular delivers a Title of Photographer RNCP Level I (the highest level of qualification in French Vocational Training).

Spéos actively protects the world heritage of photography with the total support since 1999 of the museum of invention of photography: the Maison Nicéphore Niépce, awarded the prestigious label "Maisons des Illustres" in 2013.