Nikon offers free photography classes online. Become a pro and save up to $50!

Stuck at home in the time of coronavirus that has halted almost everything globally? Ran out of ideas on what to do while being self-isolated? Well, become a professional photographer.

As the Japanese multinational corporation puts it: “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.”

Through the month of April, camera manufacturer Nikon is offering free digital photography classes online. The classes, which are typically anywhere from $15 to $50 each, are available at Nikon School Online completely free until April 30.

Learn the secrets to taking portraits that will be cherished for a lifetime from renowned lifestyle photographer and Nikon Ambassador, Tamara Lackey. In the down-to-earth online video class, you’ll learn how to get genuine expressions from children and pets, how to create poses that look and feel natural, how to softly blur the backgrounds, how to set your camera, which lenses are best and more.

Professional photographer and Nikon Ambassador Joey Terrill will teach you how to define an environmental portrait that reveals a story about your subject in their environment. Joey will teach you how to create environmental portraits using available and Speedlight flash, how to select the right lens for the photograph and how best to direct your subjects in a clear, positive way that builds trust between you.

Meanwhile, professional photographer Taylor Glenn will teach you his tips and techniques for crafting a beautiful landscape photograph. Follow Taylor as he makes stunning landscape images, while learning the skills to transform your photography—no matter what type or brand of camera you shoot.

4 thoughts on “Nikon offers free photography classes online. Become a pro and save up to $50!

  1. This is amazing! So useful and I’m sure it’s something a lot of people would be interested in. It’s great that companies like Nikon are doing what they can during this time.
    Thanks for sharing and spreading the word!

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