EDU Purchase Opportunity

Purchase your Profoto lights and accessories at a reduced price. With the ever changing professional photographic landscape, a solid education is more important than ever. New technologies and techniques will require a different skill set for the next generation of imaging professionals. With each of these changes, getting it right in the camera becomes more important and having the correct tools make it possible.

The Profoto Students Program is designed to help institutions, students and faculty involved in a photographic education, the ability to purchase Profoto products at a reduced price. Students enrolled in a full time post high school photographic education program at an accredited college, university or trade school, as well as the instructors or faculty teaching in these institutions are eligible to participate.

The program is simple. Qualified students, educators or institutions can decide on the right Profoto lighting system and accessories for their needs. Show any authorized dealer the proof of eligibility outlined below and let your dealer place the order. If there are no local Profoto Dealers in your area, you can also order by faxing the documents to 973-629-1137 or by emailing them to us-orders@profoto.com.

Download the EDU Purchase Request form here:EDU Purchase Request Form

To receive the Profoto Student price list:E-mail us-edu@profoto.com

Proof of Eligibility

All Profoto Student sales require proof that the purchaser is currently enrolled in or working at an approved educational institution. Only students enrolled in a full time post high school photographic education program at an accredited college, university or trade school, as well the instructors or faculty teaching in these institutions are eligible to participate.

Proof required:

  • For a student – Copy of the current student ID or current course schedule
  • For an instructor – Copy of current faculty ID card
  • For an institution – Copy of a purchase order from the institution
Joe Lavine Profoto US Educational Services

Profoto US Educational Services

Joe has been involved with the photography community for almost three decades. He holds a Master’s Degree and is an accomplished photographer, author and educator. In addition to running his own successful photography studio for close to twenty five years, Joe has been teaching at well-established universities and is the author of multiple books on photography and lighting.

Joe works with Colleges and Universities that specialize in professional photography education and serves as an asset to schools and students, by developing programs and services based on the unique needs of the educational community.

Please reach out to Joe if you’d like to learn more how Profoto can help serve your educational needs with on-campus demonstrations, lectures and contests.

Contact Email: joe.lavine@profoto.com

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Quick links to product brochures.

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