Exploring photography can be an expensive hobby if you are not familiar with the online learning process. Many websites dealing with photography teach you everything from basic knowledge to expert skills, free of cost. Here are the 5 best free websites that can teach you most of everything you want to learn about photography in the comfort of your own home.
1. Digital Photography School
Considered one of the best learning hub for photographers and graphic designers, DPS covers shooting tutorials, camera and equipment and post production, all for free. The website is full with several regular updates from novice to advanced levels together with great explanation and examples. With the in-depth newsletter they provide, DPS also serves several bonus tips and tricks in the email that are not always on the blog.
2. The Photo Argus
A simple and inspiring blog that showcases the most beautiful pictures while introducing techniques and tips and tricks for photography, All the trendy tricks, the news and almost everything about photography can be read here to benefit your knowledge. A great way to awaken the artist inside you, take a stroll through this blog whenever you feel like picking the camera up.
3. Photography Concentrate
Website run by a couple, Rob Lim and Lauren Lim where they share their love for photography with every detail. Although there are some paid tutorials on the site, you can learn the gist of photography from all the free stuff they provide.
Another blog rich in photography how-to, Photofocus is full of tips, reviews and podcasts that are not just limited to clicking good photos. This blog also teaches you Photoshop skills and other editing skills and all of these are free. Also, it talks about everything from batteries to shades so that you learn a thing or two to polish your skills.
A laid-back way to get all the information regarding photography without actually having to browse through internet all the time, PhotoJojo is one of the most resourceful websites ever. You can use their tips and tricks to click the best pictures around and don’t need to pay a cent for the skill. Also, a newsletter subscription to PhotoJojo is a great decision.
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