New York, NY—The New York Institute of Photography (NYIP) is presenting a new weekly video series for photographers who want to learn how to take better photos. The series, titled Photo Snacks, will feature a new photography tip every Wednesday on the school’s YouTube channel as well as at nyip.edu.
“NYIP Photo Snacks are fast, nutritious, delicious information designed to make you think differently about picture making. They are easy to digest and will keep photographers saying, ‘I never thought of that,’” said Chris Corradino, NYIP’s faculty director.
Each week on Wednesday, a new Photo Snack will be released on NYIP’s YouTube Channel. In addition, the short, under-60-second video will be published on the NYIP website along with a write-up from one of the school’s faculty members (nyip.edu/photo-articles/archive/aesthetic-photo-snack). Photographers can subscribe to the series through YouTube or by subscribing to NYIP’s free monthly newsletter.
“Photo Snacks fit nicely with NYIP’s methodology,” added Corradino. “We put the emphasis on training our students to see the world like a photographer, and worry less about the technology or equipment that each student is using. It’s not about the camera, it’s about the eye behind it.”
The New York Institute of Photography offers five photography courses. Founded in 1910, NYIP is the oldest and largest photography school in the world, having successfully trained thousands of photographers over more than 100 years. Located in the heart of New York City, NYIP is owned and operated by Distance Education Co., LLC, which also operates the New York Institute of Art and Design, the premier home-study school for creative professionals. nyip.edu