Course Listing by Catalog
Students who are comfortable with the camera, workflow, or their practice will be successful in advanced classes.
Beginning courses introduce students to photographic fundamentals.
Creating photo books offers students new opportunities to present their work, considering sequence, narrative, and physical layout.
Capture the outdoors, from the city to the natural world, in these classes.
Learn the digital camera, image making software and workflows, and digital printing in these beginning to advanced courses.
Explore using photographs to tell stories and learn narrative, journalistic and documentary strategies.
Learn traditional analog photography, experimental, and historic processes.
Ten hours of individualized attention, goal-setting and personalized guidance from an ICP Mentor.
These courses offer a next step for students familiar with camera fundamentals, basic workflow, and the creation of photographic images.
These courses introduce and deepen use of natural, studio, and location lighting.
One day workshops include both shorter sessions and full day courses.
Join ICP from anywhere with our online courses and workshops.
Take a class onsite at ICP, in state-of-the-art facilities that include black-and-white darkrooms, media labs, classrooms, and professional shooting studios.
Students ranging from beginner to experienced will be successful in classes that are open to all skill levels.
These courses help students consider the ideas behind making photographs, discover new visual strategies, and refine their vision.
Students explore the place of images in our world and in their own practice, from the history of photography to present day social media.
Photographing people is the heart of these portraiture classes, which explore a range of concepts, from lighting techniques to documentary representation.
ICP’s Teen Academy program welcomes teenagers ages 14–19 from across the country and around the world to develop their skills as leaders and visual storytellers in a range of online classes.
Join your class at a social distance for photo walks in New York City. Some classes will also meet online for lectures and critique.
Save 10 to 15% when you purchase these thematic one-day workshops together.