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May 21, 2010 01:44 as a reply to  @ post 10217356 |  #31

I am just about to finish up with the pro course. They have moved to digital format with the lectures and the project critiques are emailed as mp3 files. Some of the early lessons have some very dated pictures but the information is outstanding. I started with very little knowledge about photography and I find the course to be very informative. I've learned more than I ever thought I would. I don't think you would regret enrolling.


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Sep 17, 2011 13:45 |  #32

Anyone have any recent feedback on NYIP?


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Sep 19, 2011 07:53 as a reply to  @ Saxi's post |  #33

I was planning on taking a photography course at my local college next semester, but if the education received is better from NYIP I may do that instead.


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Sep 19, 2011 08:54 |  #34

I took the course in the early 80's and found it to be very helpful in my further pursuits at Philadelphia College of Arts. I highly recommend it for a beginner/novice. It's very informative with lots of practice assignments. You are graded by professionals with good credentials. As has been mentioned, they won't push you. You have to be self motivated and push yourself. But if you do, it's very worth it. Good school.




  
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