Free Photography Course
Learn the Art of Photography at NO COST!!!
This Photography Course offers free basic photography lessons and tutorials about a wide variety of topics, including:
Our courses are packed full of photography tips and advice for both novices and professionals. This is the perfect place to learn more about film and digital photography.
Start with our Introduction to Photography class, and follow your way through the rest of our introductory photography classes. These free courses cover the basics of photography―film, optics, and flash―and are perfect for those who have never studied the art and science of photography before.
“This is a fantastic site to introduce me into the realm of photography!” ~Gordon/Ontario
Build a Solid Foundation
Learning the basics of photography will provide you with a solid foundation. This is essential for acquiring further knowledge and developing skills. While you don’t need to memorize all this information, it is important to understand the fundamentals of photography.
“Thank you for your website and all of the valuable information! Lessons that I had read 5 times in photography books and I could not get to sink in, now make perfect sense to me! Your illustrations and break-downs of how cameras work have helped me more than you’ll ever know!” ~Jessica/ Pensacola, FL
In addition to our photography course, we also have photography tutorials that cover a wide range of topics, including:
There is a lot of great photography information on these pages, so try to check them all out.
Visit often and use us as your Film and Digital Photography Reference. Our site contains over 30 years of photography techniques and information that will help you become a top-notch, award-winning photographer. To get started, visit the course links below.
Three Levels of Film and Digital Photography Lessons – All Free!
“Thank you very much for your wonderful site. It is very informative and has helped me learn some new things as well as reinforce some teachings locked away in the seldom used part of my brain.” ~Mark/Vermont