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    Sean has made a salient point.
    My work, as a fine art photographer is often preliminary to the artist
    handwork or as a final stage. In such cases both signatures are used on the final piece of art work.

    To add perhaps a final quip in this sisypheran topic. The London Academy Schools of Art, including photography, take about seven years to get the graduates to a full state of competence in all processes.

    A far as photography is concerned, such a graduate will be skilled to follow the various processes through to the end.

    It may transpire that in his/her professional life it may not be feasible to complete all the work themselves. Nevertheless, they are in a position, skill wise, to make a judgement, to obtain the very best for the finished work.
    'Determine on some course more than a wild exposure to each chance' The Bard.

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    Just to keep things in perspective.

    What is C-Print®?

    C-Print ®is a speech-to-text system developed at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), as an access service option for some deaf and hard-of-hearing students in educational environments. It was developed by researchers to improve the classroom experience for students at both the secondary and college levels.

    The basis of C-Print is printed text of spoken English displayed in real time, which is a proven and appropriate means of acquiring information for some individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.

    The name C-Print reflects the real-time provision of text that can be seen-the sound of the letter C corresponds to the word see. C also is the first letter of the word computer and reflects the nature of the system's computer-based operation.

    http://www.pgo-online.com/intl/jse/f...nsmission.html

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    What are the "The London Academy Schools of Art"? Do you mean the Royal Academy Schools (run very much in the traditon of all the 18th/19th C national "Academies")? Their courses are three year post-graduate academy programmmes. So yes, it's probably 7 years once you have done a BA before that somewhere, but it's not a "seven year programme"

    Do you mean the Royal College of Art? Those are also generally post-graduate courses

    Do you mean the University of the Arts? (London College of Communication (formerly Printing), Camberwell etc)? Everything from Summer Schools to MA's

    Or the Slade?

    I'm having a bit of trouble working out who exactly the The London Academy Schools of Art are? As well as what this seven year course is?

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    The Royal Academy of Arts London, diploma course, for MA and RA is a seven year haul!
    'Determine on some course more than a wild exposure to each chance' The Bard.

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