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Photography Institute Announces Winner of Canon Package

New Zealand’s Photography Institute Announces Winner of Canon Equipment Package

Summary: The Photography Institute awards Canon 700D DSLR camera with a Canon 50mm prime lens, total value NZ$1399

(March 20, 2014) – The Photography Institute (http://www.thephotographyinstitute.co.nz/), New Zealand’s #1 online photography school, has presented an impressive prize package consisting of a Canon 700D DSLR camera and a Canon 50mm prime lens, valued at NZ$1399, to Juliana Tang Hickey from Lower Hutt. Juliana was chosen at random from all new Institute students who enrolled between October – December 2013. The Photography Institute is New Zealand’s premiere photography school, offering professional instruction, with the ability for students to work at their own pace. Successful students are awarded a Diploma after completing a total of 12 modules and 12 interactive assignments.

The Photography Institute offers the most advanced and comprehensive online solution to learning available today. Online education has now become the preferred method of study for people around the world looking for additional skills to enable them to make more money, start successful careers, turn a favourite interest into something more rewarding, or accomplish a personal quest for self-improvement. Students are tutored in all aspects of professional photography by George Seper; one of the top freelance photographers in the world whose work has appeared in over 30 countries. He began his career in the fashion and beauty industries, contributing regularly to Vogue, Mode Magazine, Cleo, GQ and Cosmopolitan. He then became a pioneer in food photography, shooting for Vogue Magazine in the early 1980's where he revolutionised the way food was photographed by approaching food with the eye of a fashion photographer. His work with hand-held 35mm cameras in natural light with a short depth of field have become the worldwide standard today.

The Photography Institute is committed to providing the highest quality training program, which has resulted in unique teaching and student support systems, producing unparalleled results. In short, Institute students consistently produce higher quality work and achieve higher levels of proficiency, in a shorter period of time than other teaching methods can provide. This is a cutting edge photography course written and directed by some of the best working photographers. The aim of the course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required for a career as a professional photographer or as a keen hobbyist.

The business of photography is not just about award winning images. It can also be about the right picture at the right time. Newspapers, magazines and websites worldwide are constantly on the lookout for new and interesting material.

For more information about the photography course, visit www.thephotographyinstitute.co.nz/index.cfm/apg/photography-course


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