Nikon is giving away its $1000 professional photography course for free. Grab yours now!
Now I know I am a bit late, but there are still 15 days to go! We all know Nikon, one of the worlds leading name in the market, founded in 1917 and renamed in the year 1988 as Nikon corporation; Nikon is best known for specializing in optics and photography products. This month Nikon is giving away its 10 professional photography courses for free until the end of April i.e till 30th April 2020. It is a golden chance for amateur photographers who aren't willing to pay for a course and need some expert advice on photography.
This is just another brand which has come out to help people in these difficult times, in these 10 classes Nikon teaches you how can you master photography with your DSLR cameras; it might dishearten you if you are a mobile photographer, but on the bright side I would say a photographer is a photographer the device or the lense which you are shooting with doesn't quite matter. As the saying goes it is not the camera that shoots, its the photographer's vision that captures the moment. Moreover, there are courses which will help you in general and make you learn the fundamentals of photography as well so I would suggest you go ahead and watch them all as knowledge never goes waste. here is what Nikon said on their website regarding this course.
Make the most of this time!
Nikon’s mission has always been to empower creators. In these uncertain times, we can do that by helping creators stay inspired, engaged and growing. That’s why we’re providing all of our courses free for the entire month of April. Let's come out of this even better.
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I haven't got a chance yet to complete the entire course however, below you will understand what each course has to offer. Usually, these classes cost a user between $15 to $50 each and help them master the art of photography and videography.
Every class is been taught by a professional photographer with the ease to make even a beginner understand and help capture better photos. Out of these 10 courses, only some courses cover Nikon product specific class like how you can skip on the learning curve and get to know your DSLR in under 15 mins. However, most of them will teach you the aesthetics, the fundamentals of photography which I guess is more important than learning to capture photos only with a specific product.
When I say fundamentals of photography, there are courses which will teach you to how you can capture your children or pets or discovering macro photography or even creating beautiful music videos.
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Except for two all the other courses are in-depth so by the end of every video you will definitely add a lot to your knowledge. you can watch all these classes on Nikon's official website. You will need to sign up with a free account and that's all. If you want to receive regular updates from Nikon you can also opt to sign up for their newsletters. Share this post with your photographer friends.
Check out the video below to see where to sign up to get your free course
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