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The beauty of nature has been carved into the various moods of ecstasy. To capture the intimacy of nature and the objects of your dreams requires a deep insight of photography techniques. IFMA is now leading the education of photography turning your careers to the best of industry brands. If your dream is to capture images that speak stories, a diploma in a photography course at IFMA will allow you to achieve your dream role to become a professional photographer.

In this course, you will be able to interact with well reckoned and industry top professional photographers that allow you to enhance your skills and able to give a kick start to the most eminent project of your favorite. At IFMA, you can learn about newly introduced technologies and techniques that empower your ideas to stand up for yourself as a professional photographer in the world of photography. Through the regular practice sessions, by attending star-studded events, and working on real time business theories at IFMA will definitely lead your career through a red carpet to the world leading corporates in the industry.

After completing the course of diploma in photography at IFMA, as a professional photographer your career elevates you through the journey of photography in various domains such as advertising, graphic design, publishing, printing, fine arts and movies. Join us today to capture yourself as a professional photographer. Kindly go through the course details to know more information about training program, course tenure and fee details.

Diploma in Photography Eligibility

Aspiring students should have passed Pre-University/10+2 examination or equivalent from a recognized school board.


Diploma in Photography

Syllabus of Photography as prescribed by various Indian film makers academy

Part I
Sr. No. Subjects of Study
Theory of Basic Photography
1 History of Photography: early experiments and later developments
2 Films cameras & Processing
3 Photographic optics: a) Light  character,
4 Cameras  old and new: a) Different parts of a camera
5 Lenses  :  wide, zoom, tale, macro, fish-eye
6 Aperture: Functions
7 Shutters: Functions
8 Focusing: Spot, Matrix
9 International Standard Organization (ISO)
10 Exposure and   exposure material functions.
11 Color filters   and different kind of filters
12 Photographic light sources:  natural and artificial.
13 Composition and   rules of composition
14 Flash
Part II
Digital Imaging
1 Sensors
2 Light-room, Photoshop
3 Photo Tools
4 Photo Corrections
5 Portrait Photography and   basic lighting systems
6 Studio lighting   1/2/3 lights,  soft-boxes, snoot, barn doors
7 Photographing head-shots, ¼, ½, ¾
8 Wildlife, fashion, and photo-journalism
9 Photographing in available light
10 Clos up: accessories and techniques
Part III
Depth of Field Exercises (Practical)
1 Photographing a subject with different lenses
2 Preparing full and ¼ portraits under different lighting conditions
3 Photograph, use of bounce and reflected lights
4 Group photos and arrangements
5 Use of colour filters†lighting and effects
6 Selection of shots