Step up to the professional level by taking your love of photography from interest and passion to a career.
Humber's Photography diploma program equips you with a skillset to be an asset to a wide range of visual communications companies. This program gives you a extensive hands-on two year learning experience, developing skills in planning, production and post-production, along with equipping you with soft skills and industry knowledge for your career ahead.
From advertising photography to editorial and portraiture, to video and e-commerce imaging, you will graduate from this program prepared to fully engage in a plethora of career options.
At Humber, you learn photography using the latest equipment taught by experienced photographic teaching professionals, with classes having hands-on shooting that incorporates real world skills. Following a work placement in final semester, the program culminates with a graduate portfolio show where students network with industry, and introduce their skills with portfolios, video footage and large format prints.Courses Program Standards
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
The program includes a 72-hour work placement, providing you with a chance to apply your skills in a real-life professional setting. The program works with industry for technical support and postings to help students find their placements.
The outstanding quality of graduate work speaks volumes about the knowledge and experience of our award-winning and well-connected professors. Program co-ordinator David Scott has been a photographer, artist and educator for over 25 years, and a full-time professor at Humber since 2009. Sharing a commitment to blending hands-on skills with creative thinking, David and fellow full-time professor Greg Henderson ensure the program is a leader in professional photographic training. With a background in commercial photography and education, Greg has leading technology and imaging software skills, which he shares daily with students in a real-world setting. Part-time professors bring further breadth of current industry practice to the program. Not only do they teach Humber photography students what is happening with clients and business, they develop critical thinking and conceptual ideas, guiding learners to be their best. Our professors include leading professionals Hasnain Dattu, Sam Sciarrino, Lauren Cheong, and Greg Danbrooke.
"Before I took this program, my knowledge of photography was superficial. I just didn't have the environment to learn about lighting before. I was doing a lot of street photography with natural light. After two years, I've learned from industry experts with top-quality equipment."
Gillian, 2011 graduate Professional Photographers of Ontario Judges Choice Award Winner (2011)
This program can take you in a number of career directions including:
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Watch the video to see how Humber's in-depth Photography program teaches the technology, business, and theory required to successfully enter the professional field of photography.
Humber Lakeshore Wins at Adobe Creative Jam
Tue, November 26, 2019
Four students in Humber’s Advertising & Graphic Design program won first place in the 2019 Adobe Creative Jam.
Competing in a field of 72 teams from six college, Team “A-Block” -- comprised of Nicolas Diaz, Emily Little, Julia Laing, and Chelsea Speck – created an app to address academic integrity. Check out some images of the app here.
The Adobe Creative Jam is a design challenge that asks students to create a visual or motion design concept based on a theme revealed at the event. After three hours and no rules, the teams present their work to the jury in front of a rapt audience. The 2019 Jam drew over 300 students from Sheridan, George Brown, Seneca, OCADU, Algonquin College, and Humber.
Congratulations to all the students who competed, and especially to Team “A-Block”!
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Faculty of Media & Creative Arts Events
Tue, January 14, 2020 to Wed, January 15, 2020
Join us on January 14th or 15th and speak with our professors and students. Find out which of these Humber programs is right for you.
Faculty of Media & Creative Arts News
Radio Humber and BRTV Collaborate to showcase Indie Canadian Artists
Thu, June 13, 2019
96.9 Radio Humber teamed up with the Broadcast Television/Videography Program to bring Canadian artists on campus for an interview and performance.
Faculty of Media and Creative Arts Students Win Big at this Year's Skills Ontario Competition
Mon, May 27, 2019
The Faculty of Media and Creative Arts would like to congratulate four of our students who won at Skills Ontario this spring.
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