webphotoschool.com $10 for 1 month access to all lessons

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I just signed up through www.webphotoschool.com and the lessons are great! They have plans ranging from $9.99 for 1 month and access to all lessons, 3 months $24.99, 6 months $44.99, and $79.99 for 1 year, access to all lessons and instructor interaction. I went ahead and subscribed for a year. I'm a human interaction education addict! lol

I'm also about to take a stock photography class through www.betterphoto.com/, this is the class description, 7 spots left: stock photography boot camp.

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  • Boise, United States

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August 01, 2010

Hi Bluearth! I love ppsop the most. I got a lot out of it. The most helpful was the Understanding Exposure course, now I only shoot in Manual and I know how to get that perfect exposure without using auto!

Webphotoschool has A LOT of info, tons of courses on many subjects. Many on product photos, glamor shots, studio portraits, everything! And the price is very right.

I would start with webphotoschool for 1 month, see how far it will take you. I would also research as much on your own about shooting in Manual. I learned that all the professionals always shoot in manual. So if you can teach yourself that first, all of the classes in webphotoschool will be easy breezy!!!!


July 21, 2010

Hi. It's been 6 mos or so since you wrote this. Can you please tell me what you think of these online courses so far? Which is best for a beginner, also interested in learning Photoshop? Did you get good value for the money?


June 20, 2008

Hi Brad, I took the year plan for webphotoshool, @80.
I like it.

In the betterphoto school, I took a stock class, the instructor really bashed microstock. I understood where he was coming from, since he has a portfolio on cobis... but that didn't really motivate me. However, it offered a lot of useful information about the demands of the industry, and how to create the look they're after.

ppsop has a stock class for a few thousand...
but I've decided against it for now. It was tempting.


June 19, 2008

Another good one is www.kelbytraining.com. More photoshop related but also some photo lighting techniques, etc. You can get the first 3 lessons in a series for free to sample it, so you know what you are going to get out of it. They have a monthly plan, or annual. How did your Betterphoto class go?


January 09, 2008

Thanks for sharing about the schools. Sounds great. I'll be taking a look as well. Just wish I had more time in the day!

Hope you're enjoying the Dreamstime site!