[Midlands] Photography Courses

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  1. Danny159

    Danny159 TPF Noob!

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    Hey,

    My work have more money for staff training and I have been looking into a photography course... I live in the middle of england and would be looking for some good courses there.. does anyone have any ideas?

    I have found on called... The Trained Eye... Google it and check it out let me know what you think =)

    Help please...
    Danny :heart:
     
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    Ney york institute of photography
    it cost over $1000 but ithing it sound good i just enroll i am waiting for my lesson one. chech it out
    www.nyip.com
     
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    you can do monthy payments off $45 let me nkow what you think of it
     
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    Jrizo, please make your own thread for your questions.

    That aside, and to both of you:

    No don't do it.

    Just read your camera manual, the internet, and maybe a book like Understanding Exposure. But no, it's not worth a grand for that in my eyes. There are free, full online photography courses.

    In the theatre business we know of a similar company, John Robert Powers. It's about as well known among aspiring actors as NYIP (or Midlands) is among wannabe photographers, they advertise the hell out of their program. At the end of the day, the info isn't terrible, but they overcharge greatly for common and easy to access knowledge, and neither holds any weight as far as credentials.
     
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