Travel Photography Course Mentors

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Travel Photography Course Mentors

  • Chris Corradino

    Chris Corradino

    A successful NYIP graduate with his own travel photography business, Chris Corradino is the lead student advisor and faculty director of NYIP. A licensed photography teacher, Chris provides instruction and guidance to students at all levels of experience. His images have been published in USA Today, National Geographic Online, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press.

  • Walter Karling

    Walter Karling

    Walter Karling is a professional photographer who specializes in spot news, celebrity and PR images. Working as a stringer for Associated Press and UPI, his pictures appear regularly in the New York Daily News, the New York Post, the National Enquirer and the Star. Additionally, he has done PR assignments for firms such as Anheuser-Busch, the Italian Trade Commission and the Museum of Modern Art.

  • Peter Guttman

    Peter Guttman

    Peter Guttman is a professional travel photographer and two-time recipient of the Gold Medal Lowell Thomas Award for Travel Journalist of the Year. He’s been published in numerous books and magazines including Condé Nast Traveler and National Geographic Publications. He’s the author of five hardcover travel books. He’s traveled on assignment to all seven continents and 210 countries.

  • Chase Guttman

    Chase Guttman

    Chase Guttman is an award winning, internationally published and exhibited travel photographer whose adventures span more than 45 countries and all 50 U.S. states. Chase’s work, contributions and advice span numerous publications such as National Geographic publications, ESPN, Photo District News, New York Daily News, Fodor's Travel Publications, Light Stalking, Family Travel, Huffington Post, Newsday and USA Today.

About Our Mentor Program

NYIP is the only online photography school that provides you with a team of professional photographers who act as your teachers, coaches, and mentors. You will benefit from a personal relationship just like you would get in the classroom. NYIP mentors are there to answer your questions via phone or email at every turn.

In addition, you will submit photo projects throughout the course which will be evaluated by the teacher assigned to you. They are there to help you improve as you master the craft. If you want to become a professional travel photographer, this level of support is crucial.