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Recommendations for new photographers


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#1 greyskeeter

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Posted 22 January 2015 - 10:55 AM

I am fairly new to serious photography spent the last 30 years in point and shoot or auto. Since 2013 I have googled, binged, read and youtubed a ton of information. So far the best and most graphic information on photography I have experienced is John Greengo's Fundamentals of Photography. It's a 5 day course on www.creativelive.com, that's crammed with information from the rooter to the tooter. It's a 150.00 sometimes you can catch it on sale for 99.00. You can wait and watch live for free (login and ask questions) or buy it and have lifetime access.

#2 jpeg2RAW - Mike

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Posted 22 January 2015 - 09:56 PM

Welcome to the forums greyskeeter!  Thanks for the feedback on a good photography course.


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