The Photography Program is the cornerstone of the Oklahoma School of Photography. The training offered combines theory and practical, hands-on experience to prepare the graduate for an exciting, satisfying career as a professional photographer.
The Photography curriculum trains students to be professionals in the fields of:
Our students work on assignments that are designed to prepare them to successfully compete in the real world of professional photography. These assignments range from photographic essays to magazine covers, from product shots to portraits. Students work in black & white, doing their own film processing and printing. In the course of their assignments, they shoot with 35 mm SLR cameras, medium format cameras, view cameras, and digital cameras. We offer portrait studios, a light table, copy stand, hand coloring, toning, black & white darkroom, computer labs, and other facilities to provide our students with a broad range of learning opportunities.
At the Oklahoma School of Photography, we offer a modular learning system for the convenience of our students. A new student can begin every other Monday and complete the course 38 weeks later. Our student to instructor ratio is kept small so that we can give our students the attention they need.
Come join us and prepare for an exciting and rewarding career. Whether you are just starting out on a career search, bored with your old job, or wanting to move up to a better, more pleasing way of earning a living, the Oklahoma School of Photography has something to offer you. We'd love to hear from you! Simply click on "PACKET" and we will get you more information through the mail.
The On-Time Graduation Rate is calculated by utilizing all students expected to complete within the most recently completed award year whom completed the program within the published “normal” length of time.
The Placement Rate is calculated by utilizing all graduates from the most recently completed calendar year with whom obtained employment or self-employment.
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