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Photography training questions, 4 years 7 months ago #1319

Looking into some more photography training, rather it be thru a school like NYIP (New York Institute of Photography). Any suggestions of any great training course or schools?

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L. Chuck Donohue
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Re: Photography training questions, 4 years 7 months ago #1323

  • Conor Casey
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Well, I'm no expert Chuck but I've always been a fan of Bryan Peterson. I believe he does online training courses as well as one's in person. Take a look:

www.ppsop.com/

It may be no use at all but it is worth a look. I have always found BP to be a great help whether it was on youtube or through his books.

I don't live in New York, or the USA so sadly I can't offer you any more advise.

Good luck,
- Conor. :)
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Re: Photography training questions, 4 years 7 months ago #1330

AS always I recommend an in person school like the Art Institute or Antonelli. FYI I have some BIG stuff coming soon that will probably be right up your alley ;).
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Re: Photography training questions, 4 years 7 months ago #1403

Greg,
Thanks for the reply. I will look forward to your upcoming info.
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Re: Photography training questions, 4 years 6 months ago #1433

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As for online stuff.... For the money I don't think you can beat KelbyTraining.com It's not an actual class, but there is SOO much information to be had there. Anything from Photoshop to DSLR and everything in-between. I'd at least check it out.


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