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04-17-2020, 06:18 PM - 8 Likes   #1
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Cabin Fever? 161 Free Online Photography Courses

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Being at home with plenty of time on my hands these days, Ithought that I’d pay a visit to Udemy.com and see if they had any freephotography courses that might help me to constructively fill my time. I was already familiar with Udemy.com becauseI’d previously taken some of their courses on building a website.


I searched for “photography” courses, and found over 2,000courses that charged a fee. But when Ifiltered this search using the word “free”, I was surprised to find that they alsohad 161 free photography courses.


The courses were varied, covering: still photography techniques and gear, drones,video, and image editing. So far, I’ve completeda number of these free photography courses. My favorites include: “Guide to Accessories for DSLRs”, “10 Do’s & Don’ts InPhotography”, and of course my 1st Udemy course - “How Many"Megapixels" Do You Really Need? “.


Click here to see a listing of these 161 free courses.

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Thanks for that. I doubt I will get time but I have saved it to browse later.
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very nice

thanks

do they take attendance

to be honest, I tend to skip a class or two when attending schools
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QuoteOriginally posted by Fenwoodian Quote
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Being at home with plenty of time on my hands these days, Ithought that I’d pay a visit to Udemy.com and see if they had any freephotography courses that might help me to constructively fill my time. I was already familiar with Udemy.com becauseI’d previously taken some of their courses on building a website.


I searched for “photography” courses, and found over 2,000courses that charged a fee. But when Ifiltered this search using the word “free”, I was surprised to find that they alsohad 161 free photography courses.


The courses were varied, covering: still photography techniques and gear, drones,video, and image editing. So far, I’ve completeda number of these free photography courses. My favorites include: “Guide to Accessories for DSLRs”, “10 Do’s & Don’ts InPhotography”, and of course my 1st Udemy course - “How Many"Megapixels" Do You Really Need? “.


Click here to see a listing of these 161 free courses.

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Very helpful! I'll do the free PS class----I've never used PS to any great degree, and so infrequently that I forget how to find things given its density. Now telework will pay me to do this. Thanks also for the web design tip---I "run" a site on Drupal, but have never really understood it properly...and now need to think about another website for my business.

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Being at home with plenty of time on my hands these days, Ithought that I’d pay a visit to Udemy.com and see if they had any freephotography courses that might help me to constructively fill my time. I was already familiar with Udemy.com becauseI’d previously taken some of their courses on building a website.


I searched for “photography” courses, and found over 2,000courses that charged a fee. But when Ifiltered this search using the word “free”, I was surprised to find that they alsohad 161 free photography courses.


The courses were varied, covering: still photography techniques and gear, drones,video, and image editing. So far, I’ve completeda number of these free photography courses. My favorites include: “Guide to Accessories for DSLRs”, “10 Do’s & Don’ts InPhotography”, and of course my 1st Udemy course - “How Many"Megapixels" Do You Really Need? “.


Click here to see a listing of these 161 free courses.

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Nice refresher stuff!! Thanks for posting.
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Some really good stuff there. Thanks for sharing.
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