Learning Photography at Home

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Over the past year I’ve really worked to improve my pictures for my blog.  I’ve spent a lot of time checking out tips and mini courses on photo staging, lighting, and more.  I’ve been very proud of the improvements I’ve made, especially when I look at the photos I’ve taken over the last year or so and then compare them to work I did previously.  Next year I’ll be dedicated to making even more improvements, as I just FINALLY got a DSLR camera.

I’ve been wanting one of these cameras for the longest time, but as you know, they are quite expensive.  We always tend to have other financial obligations, but finally last weekend Santa gave me the go ahead to order my camera and supplies.

The camera is not yet here, but I did get a bunch of STUFF for it in the mail yesterday.  I definitely have a lot to learn!  Since just buying the camera at all is huge step for me, I certainly couldn’t afford to take any college photography class or private lessons.

Luckily the internet is a great source for learning. But if you’re like me and are looking for more than a few tips, I found a great online photography school where you can get affordable courses on the topics you are most interested in learning.

These courses are not just a collection of articles or an ebook for you to read.  They actually include your own personal instructor, which I believe can be a real asset when your learning these kind of skills.

They have a course just for Canon owners, as well as courses on pet photography, portrait photography, photo composition, and more!  Take a look at HowToPhoto.com to learn more.


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