Photography Masters Degree
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Degrees are a vital way for photographers to keep up with the latest the photographic industry has to offer. Official degrees from PPA give you an edge in business and demonstrate the professionalism you bring to your clients. If you've decided to pursue a degree through PPA, it's time to pick the one you want to work towards.
Speaking Merits are earned by instructing or contributing to the PPA and PPA Affiliate photographic community. Sharing your knowledge and experience is important in moving this industry forward, and PPA wants to reward you for contributing to that effort. (At least 13 required for the Photographic Craftsman degree.)
Artist Exhibition Merits are earned by competing in the more technical Master Artist category of Merit Image Review. These images are evaluated for computer-applied techniques and proficiency. (At least 13 required for the Master Artist degree.)
Service Merits are earned through PPA and PPA Affiliate volunteer service and learning opportunities. (These can be part of the 12 extra merits needed for every degree's 25-merit total.)
At the Award & Degree Ceremony, PPA degree recipients are presented with a colored ribbon and medallion when they receive their degree. There is a different ribbon color for each degree, and multiple degree holders will have multi-colored ribbons in accordance with the degrees they have earned.
Don't stop being active in Merit & Degree program...even if you've earned all your PPA degrees! You never want to stop improving your art or your industry. And PPA recognizes your efforts to go above and beyond via the following bars and awards:
A bar to be worn on the ribbons shall be awarded for each additional twenty-five (25) Merits earned beyond a degree. A silver star shall be placed midway on the right-hand ribbon as the insignia of a Past President. A national Award pin or other PPA earned award may also be worn on the ribbon. No other insignia shall be worn on or attached to the ribbons.
$17.50 of domestic dues ($42.00 non-domestic) is applied to Professional Photographer magazine and is not deductible from dues. U.S. and Canadian members receive both the print and digital versions of the magazine each month. International members receive the electronic edition of Professional Photographer magazine unless they request a printed version. Payments or contributions to Professional Photographers of America, Inc., are not deductible as charitable contributions for Income Tax purposes. Payments may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense if you are in a photography related business. Please consult your own tax advisor. Submission of this application indicates your agreement to follow and abide by the policies and procedures and the Code of Ethics of the Professional Photographers of America. Membership commences upon receipt of payment and is for one year. Dues subject to change. Dues include $10 per non-international member as the Copyright Protection Fund assessment.
There are many different photography processes: black-and-white, color, infrared and ultraviolet, and digital photography. Each of them marks a different scientific age that comes up with inventions, relevant for art, and a Master in Photography can help you explore each one. Photography also plays its role in capturing historical and social contexts, since the photographers, as objective as they may seem, decide from what angle to take the photo and what element to include into the frame, thus influencing an allegedly objective picture.
Refine your creative vision in Columbia College Chicago's selective Photography Master of Fine Arts program. Our faculty of award-winning photographers will guide you through this two-year program as you build a sophisticated body of work that you'll exhibit in public venues. You will have access to our advanced photography and fine art facilities, including graduate studio space, a digital imaging lab, a commercial lighting studio, and darkrooms. In a supportive critique setting, you'll share your work with our faculty members, guest curators, and visiting artists. You'll make professional connections through our partnerships with the Museum of Contemporary Photography and local galleries, museums, and studios.
The MFA program is supported by a full-time faculty of renowned photographers representing diverse styles and philosophies. Faculty members have made substantial contributions to contemporary photography and have exhibited their work at venues such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris, the Whitney Museum in New York City, the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C., the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Faculty members take their roles as mentors seriously. They will critique your work regularly and provide guidance as you chart your professional career.
Greg Foster-Rice is an art historian who teaches the history, theory, and criticism of photography. His research focuses on the intersection of photography, urbanism, and race, although his interests span the full range of photographic media and subjects. He co-curated the exhibition and catalogue The City Lost and Found: Capturing New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, 1960-80, which won the Philip Johnson Award from the Society for Architectural Historians. He is working on an exhibition and book about the photographic collage artist Ralph Arnold at the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
Faculty in the Graduate Photography Program are dedicated to supporting students as they produce rigorously considered and visually accomplished bodies of work conveying new observations regarding perceptions of art and our complex world. Straight photography, mixed and new media, material explorations, and moving image are all encouraged.
Throughout the MFA, students expand their skills in lighting, imaging, printing, the business of photography, marketing, and theory. Many classes include projects such as branding approaches, marketing plans, self-promotion techniques, as well as projects that allow students to hone their artistic voice. For a full list of projects MFA students complete, see our photography projects page.
ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSFor the first and only time in his illustrious career. conservationist, wildlife and art photographer Paul Nicklen shares all he has learned in a career spanning over 20 years. An assignment photographer for National Geographic magazine and Sony Artisan of Imagery, Paul will teach you how to create sensitive, evocative and impactful images that can help change the world for the better. Get access to this unique Masterclass and learn the photography techniques, ethos and psychology that has garnered Paul over 30 of the highest awards given to any photographer in his field.
Together with the Masters Of Photography, we designed these online photography courses to show you how to combine the vital elements of composition, authenticity and emotion in your work. In each module the Masters Of Photography offer advice on how to enhance your ability to tell captivating visual stories and how to develop your photographic eye.
A one-to-one photography class with the likes of Nick Danziger, David Yarrow, Albert Watson, Joel Meyerowitz or Steve McCurry is a unique and unmissable opportunity for anyone who wants to take their images to the next level.
For the first time ever our online photography courses offer you a unique insight into the creative process of these legendary photographers. Their passion and ethos will inspire you and your work. In these easy to follow photography lessons the Masters Of Photography share their tried and tested tricks, tips and techniques that you can apply directly to your own images.
Our aim in these online photography courses is to create inspirational journeys for you with the greatest names in the world of photography. Our Masters Of Photography will teach you how to develop your own ideas and how to capture and document the world around you as you see it.
For the first and only time in his illustrious career. conservationist, wildlife and art photographer Paul Nicklen shares all he has learned in a career spanning over 20 years. An assignment photographer for National Geographic magazine and Sony Artisan of Imagery, Paul will teach you how to create sensitive, evocative and impactful images that can help change the world for the better. Get access to this unique Masterclass and learn the photography techniques, ethos and psychology that has garnered Paul over 30 of the highest awards given to any photographer in his field. Prestigious accolades include BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and the World Press Photo Award for Photojournalism.
Learn with the prolific photojournalist in his awe-inspiring masterclass. Master your photographic storytelling as Nick shares his experience photographing marginalised communities and cultural festivals to explore the deepest struggles and boundless joys of the human experience and his advice on using photography for advocacy and humanitarian causes
ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSDevelop your photography with the world-renowned photographer whose famous Afghan Girl portrait is one of the most iconic portraits ever captured. Steve gives us a unique insight into how he creates his images and covers a broad range of subjects including landscape, street and portrait photography.
Steve McCurry has been my mentor in photography and humanity. His photos have inspired me over the years. The photo of the Afghan woman inspired me to travel to the boarder of Afghanistan in the early 1990s. His course was like taking photos with an old friend.
Masters of Photography is an education platform and a resource for photographers. Our courses (the masterclasses and discovery classes) are for anyone who wants to learn from some of the most highly regarded and influential photographers in the world in order to elevate their own photography. If you want to learn why not learn from the best The Masters themselves study the works of the greats. 59ce067264