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chunchma
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Nov 08, 2017 21:32 |  #1

For everything from lighting to the ins and outs of a camera




  
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Nov 09, 2017 06:45 |  #2

Lynda.com and Scott Kelby's site have a lot of very professional videos. They aren't free.


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Nov 09, 2017 07:38 |  #3

A local photography professional recommended to me John Gringo on Creative Live for a video on how to use the D810. He has many other camera model classes as well. In my opinion it was excellent advice and well worth the money! Note, that Creative Live will run sales as well.

After starting with the above, I then purchased a couple of the Lindsay Adler "Posing" and "Portrait" how to videos on Creative Live and they are very good as well. No regrets.




  
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Nov 09, 2017 14:11 |  #4

Another vote for Lynda.com. It's a plethora of photographers with a variety of experience.




  
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Nov 09, 2017 17:45 |  #5

Youtube




  
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Capn ­ Jack
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Nov 09, 2017 19:37 |  #6

Our city libraries provide access to lynda.com for "free" (Yeah, I know my taxes paid for it). Check if your local library has it as part of their on-line resources.




  
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Nov 23, 2017 05:50 |  #7

Ive been using Creative Live. Has lots, of offerings in different areas. Frequent sales and you get to Keep the videos. I found I wasnt getting my money's worth in Kelby One.




  
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silvermesa1
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Nov 28, 2017 18:02 |  #8

It seems there are two types of sales methods for training. Creative Live you purchase the product and you can go back and look at it anytime. Others you have a monthly subscription. I assume if you quit the monthly subscription you can't go back and review.

Do any other users have thoughts on this? I personally just started Creative Live a couple months ago and am not several years into this.




  
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Nov 29, 2017 08:55 as a reply to  @ silvermesa1's post |  #9

I did the 80D class on Creative Live and it was really, really, great.


Steve Novakovich
www.SteveNovakovich.co​m (external link)

  
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Dec 04, 2017 18:41 |  #10

For photoshop, I'd recommend Phlearn

https://phlearn.com/ (external link)


Constructive criticism is always appreciated.

  
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Dec 04, 2017 18:45 |  #11

tdlavigne wrote in post #18492970 (external link)
Youtube

^^^^^ THIS ^^^^^




  
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Dec 19, 2017 00:22 |  #12

Strobist for flash lighting, and Youtube obviously




  
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Dec 20, 2017 16:01 |  #13

I go youtube and learn from there :)




  
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Colin ­ Glover
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Dec 22, 2017 12:45 |  #14

A lot of Lynda tutorials are on YT for nowt! (That's northern UK speak for free or nothing). I also suggest the online webinar courses from Shaw Academy. They're live, and you can ask questions. First course is usually nowt, but you need to find a link. Search Shaw Academy first course free. I did the wedding photography course (bought on a Groupon for £18 as a birthday gift) and loved it. The general 'Photography' course syllable looks good and if I didn't know 95% of what is covered I'd've signed up for that as well. There's also a monthly subscription plan with unlimited courses, so I guess that's what the Creative Live subscription model will be.


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Dec 22, 2017 13:53 |  #15

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I have found great value on Brooke Shaden's classes on Creative Live.

These classes help with things like mindset, creative expression, and inspiration, which I find to be more meaningful to my photography than instructional classes that are about the "nuts and bolts" of how to do things. . Her classes focus more on developing the proper introspection, and why to do things.

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