Digital Photography Classes - 3 Best Ways to Take Digital Photography Classes

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    If you're thinking about taking digital photography classes to help you become a betterphotographer, but aren't sure where to begin, here are the most common ways to take anaffordable photography class.

    1. Online Digital Photography Classes

    Online photography classes are one of the quickest and easiest ways to get started. Unlike realworld (as opposed to the internet world) photography classes, you don't need to wait for the classto begin, worry if there will be room, or if it meets your schedule. Instead, with online classes youcan start right away and set your own pace and schedule. Another great benefit of online classesis that you usually get to participate in forums and online galleries with other students where youcan receive constructive critiques on your photographs. And there is usually an instructor who youcan email with and get guidance from (the best online courses will offer this). There are somegreat online courses out there for between $100-$200 that include everything.

    2. eBook Digital Photography Classes

    eBook digital photography classes are also a great way to learn photography. Like online classes,the benefits of an eBook class is that you start when you want and go at your own pace. eBooklearning is a one person experience, if you prefer to learn on your own, this is the way to go. Thedrawbacks: no instructor to offer guidance, and no other students to interact with. eBooks usuallyoffer much more instruction and assignments then real world classes or some online digitalclasses. This is because there is no overhead expenses like class room space or website/forumhosting costs. You can find eBook photography courses for anywhere between $29 - $99.

    3.Local Real World Digital Photography Classes

    The benefits of real world photography classes are that you meet your instructor and otherstudents face to face, and work side by side during the class. It also means you can team up to goout on shoots together. If you're a people person who learns best when around others, this mightbe the way for you to go. The drawbacks are that usually these classes are very focused on onepart of photography, and don't give you as much information and instruction as online or eBookclasses can. If you decide to go this route, supplementing it with a good eBook course would fill inthe gaps. And of course, you are on their time schedule.

    There are also digital photography classes offered at Universities but you generally need to be anenrolled student to get into one. And there are photo workshops that take you to some wonderfulspot for 5-7 days, and teach you how to shoot a specific type of photography (ie. landscapephotography). But these are generally very expensive as you have to pay for travel, hotel, and

  • meals. These types of photography workshops should be done only if you already know alot aboutphotography and/or earn an income from photography.

    Taking digital photography classes allows you to learn new things, meet new people, and go newplaces. And the tools and opportunities to be a professional photographer have never been soaffordable. Learning photography could become a new passion in your life and even led to a newcareer. Go to http://digital-photography-for-beginners-fun.blogspot.com and download a freeeBook to learn more about taking digital photography classes.

    Zollie Williams has 20 years of experience in photojournalism and freelance photography.

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