Up for Discussion: Learning on Online

Published January 31, 2015 by Yassmin Elnazer


There are so many places online that you can learn how to do photography, how to do Lightroom, Photoshop, really anything you want to learn, but how many of them are any good and should you have to pay for them?  That is the question I am asking today, I think.

Learning is a continuous thing, well for me, I know I am not an expert and I know there is a lot I don’t know.  I enjoy that and I like the challenge of finding out new things to do.  This last year I have learned about using a macro lens macro-mallee-viv-garden-mine086and doing macro photography.  I have learned how to photograph the milky way, and now I am starting to learn how to do long exposures.  You know I just learned a different way of replacing a sky with trees in the image, and I also learned about luminosity…

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