Online lessons may benefit amateur photographers
on Monday,August 16,2010 19:08
Adults who wish to launch a career in photography may benefit from enrolling in online instructional courses. These programs offer valuable tips from well-known photographers on technical skills and post-production techniques.
For example, onOne Software recently announced the launch of its free Pro Series live webinars. The software company is a developer of time-saving programs that benefit amateur and advanced photographers. Award-winning professionals and Photoshop gurus will be hosting the hour-long sessions. Topics will include lifestyle, landscape, portraiture, travel and high dynamic range photography.
"We have an exciting line up of speakers and we feel confident that photographers will find tremendous value in these free webinar sessions," said Craig Keudell, president of onOne Software.
The first in the series is called Creating Fine Art Children's Portraits with Kersti Malvre. She will demonstrate how to create a lifestyle book by showing and enhancing images from a photo shoot with a young girl.
Creating Images with Impact will be hosted by Scott Stulberg, who is a travel and stock photographer, teacher, and author. Stulberg will show participants how to produce images that stand out from amateur photography.
Aspiring photographers may also benefit from enrolling in a design program at an art school. These programs teach students a range of information, including the history of photography, how cameras work and photo-taking techniques.
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