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Photography Courses

1. Photography Masterclass: Your Complete Guide to Photography

The Best Selling Online Professional Photography Class: How to Take & Sell Photos for Beginners & Advanced Photographers – Visit Course Page

Course Description

This online photography course will teach you how to take amazing images and sell them, whether you use a smartphone, mirrorless or a DSLR camera.

What are the requirements?

  • Some sort of camera (even a smart phone)
  • A computer with the capability to edit photographs is also ideal if you want to follow along in the Photo Editing section. We’ll be using Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, and other free applications to edit, and we’ll show you how to get free trials to follow along.
  • Students need to be excited about learning photography, as you will learn best with a mind ready for action!

2. Beginner Nikon Digital SLR (DSLR) Photography

Learn how to use your camera intuitively. Learn through doing rather than memorizing. Visit Course Page

Course Description

You’ll learn how all those buttons and dials work on your Nikon DSLR. Including the exercises, this course will take you about 2.5 hours. Through the exercises you’ll do and through the explanations of the concepts, JP is committed that you retain the information there is to retain without memorizing.

What are the requirements?

  • You should own (or have borrowed) a Nikon DSLR. This class applies to all Nikon cameras that have a model number that starts with “D,” (some examples: D4, D610, D7100).

3. Learn Digital Photography, Canon , Nikon, Sony, Best Seller

This Photography course has everything you need to start to learn to shoot quality professional photos in no time at all – Visit Course Page

Course Description

Do you have a good camera but just can’t seem to take those amazing professional shots you see posted on the internet and selling on sites like Getty Images.

This course is dedicated to showing you exactly what separates a pro from an amateur, the settings they use and the tricks to get that perfect shot.

What are the requirements?

  • A camera is a good start but not essential.