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02-17-2007, 07:53 PM
Hi all,
I have been looking into taking some classes lately due to the fact I need to improve my artistic "eye" and have been worried about spending money for stuff I already know, such as rule of thirds, exposure techniques, yada, yada. I have read the Bryan Peterson books and numerous others as well I know what I need to know about the technical side of photography,(aperture, shutter speed, iso and how they relate, lenses and so on). I need to improve my creativity and compositions and use of light, more advanced stuff. I am sure some of you have seen some of my pics, mostly in the nikon forums and I am getting discouraged as many of them leave alot to be desired. Anyways, down to my question, has anyone taken online photography courses and what would you recommend? I have been looking at webphotoschool (http://www.webphotoschool.com/) and would like to know if someone has had any experience with them, is it worthwhile? I would like to hear from everyone as well as the seasoned veterans about what really helped you improve your photography. Of course I know it can take many years of experience to improve your visions but I have been into photography for awhile but I am just getting frustrated.

Sorry for the long post and thanks in advance for help.

02-18-2007, 08:31 PM
Anyone? Is it that bad of a question?

02-18-2007, 10:56 PM
I don't think that your question is bad, I'm guessing that nobody here has tried webphotoschool. When I Google them, the results are mainly from within their own site, or a post deliberately promoting them. I tend to be suspicious of this sort of thing.

Just my .02...

02-19-2007, 11:57 AM
Take a look at this site, you find somthing you want. I know there are others that I have memntioned in other threads. If I can find them I will try to post here.

http://photoinf.com/General/KODAK/guidelines_for_better_photographic_composition.htm l

02-19-2007, 05:26 PM
There is a free photo course on the web. If you do not want to enroll, you can just read the lessons. I read a few of the lessons. They are as good or better than some books.

The URL follows:

03-18-2007, 08:34 AM
I realize this question was posted a few weeks ago but I think a great place to start would be betterphoto.com. They have classes in all areas....