The New York Institute of Photography (or NYIP) is a for-profit online school based out of New York City, offering different courses in photography to students all over the world. NYIP currently offers ten courses in Photography.

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  • Three Guidelines
    If you ever feel overwhelmed by something you’re about to shoot and you’re not exactly sure how to compose, try to remember NYIP’s Three Guidelines for Great Photographs.
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  • NYIP Photo Snack - Using Symmetry
    Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn all about how to use symmetry in our photography. There is something quite soothing to a symmetrical photograph. As humans, we’re drawn to symmetry in the objects all around us. And using that concept in your photographs is a great way to create images that connect with people. But at the same time, asymmetrical photos can have ...
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  • 21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #21 There’s More to Life Than Photography
    21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #21 There’s More to Life Than Photography NYIP Mentor and Industry Veteran Patrick Donahue, has studied the professional habits of the world’s most successful photographers. The most successful photographers have developed passions outside of photography. Sometimes it’s a good idea to put photography on a shelf. The most successful photographers do just ...
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  • NYIP Photo Snack - Talk to Your Subjects
    Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn that successful portrait photographers know how to talk to their subjects. When shooting portraits, it’s natural for your subject to feel self-conscious. This can lead to less than stellar photos, as they appear stiff and without character. Learning how to work with your subjects and make them feel more comfortable is essential ...
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  • 21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #20 Value Your Personal Work
    21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #20 Value Your Personal Work NYIP Mentor and Industry Veteran Patrick Donahue, has studied the professional habits of the world’s most successful photographers. There’s a good argument that says “All photography we make should be personal work.” And it is really. But ensure that there’s plenty of time when we’re shooting outside our specialty or work we ...
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  • NYIP Photo Snack - Dare to Be Different
    Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn that the most successful photographers are those that dare to be different. Fine art photographer Catherine Opie once said, “The biggest cliché in photography is sunrise and sunset.” At NYIP, we think she means the more traditional shots that everyone expects to see. If you really want your photography to stand out, give people ...
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  • NYIP Photo Snack - Your Best Shot
    Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn that choosing the best photo from a shoot is not always so simple. Often times, your favorite photograph may not be your best. Best can mean great composure, perfect lighting, the right presentation of your subject, or any number of other factors. First and foremost, your best image must communicate. It will always be a combinat...
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  • 21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #19 Master Your Tools, Not the Other Way Around
    21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #19 Master Your Tools, Not the Other Way Around NYIP Mentor and Industry Veteran Patrick Donahue, has studied the professional habits of the world’s most successful photographers. The tools of photography are important, but what’s even more important than the tools, is your command of them. Read those manuals, memorize them, and then throw them away. Most...
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  • NYIP Photo Snack – Find Something New
    Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn that it’s important not to keep shooting the same things day after day. If you’ve been taking photos for a long time, you may have fallen into a familiar pattern. Many photographers end up taking photos of the same subjects in the same places for days, months, and years on end. But that’s how you lose your creative spirit. It’s ...
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  • 21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #18 Be An Early Adopter
    21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #18: Be An Early Adopter NYIP Mentor and Industry Veteran Patrick Donahue, has studied the professional habits of the world’s most successful photographers. Very successful photographers are almost always early adopters of technology. By being an early adopter you use new tools that help set you apart, and you gain an edge on the competition. Check out m...
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  • NYIP Photo Snack - Take Fewer, Better Shots
    Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn that a common strategy for many photographers may be flawed. With digital cameras, it’s relatively easy and inexpensive to capture large numbers of photos during a shoot. Photographers think that by keeping their finger on the shutter button, they increase the odds that something they’ve captured is of good enough quality. But w...
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  • 21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #17 Nobody Does it Alone
    21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #17 Nobody Does it Alone NYIP Mentor and Industry Veteran Patrick Donahue, has studied the professional habits of the world’s most successful photographers. Photographers tend to lead isolated lives. They go out into the field alone, shoot, put images onto a computer, and continue to work in an isolated way. As we look at successful photographers, one of ...
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  • NYIP Photo Snack - Pick the Best Photo
    Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn that when choosing between several photos, find the one that tells the story best. As photographers, we often judge our photos on composition. We look for the one with the best lighting and color, instead of the one that captures the subject most powerfully. To be the very best photographer you can be, learn how to spot the phot...
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  • 21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #16 Bank on Success
    21 Habits of Successful Photographers - #16 Bank on Success NYIP Mentor and Industry Veteran Patrick Donahue, has studied the professional habits of the world’s most successful photographers. One of the things very successful photographers have in common is that they were properly funded in one way or another, which means they could actually grow, and learn, and do all the things they needed to...

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