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Has anyone taken the subscriber course, and is it good value for money. I am an 83 year old beginner with Canon 1200D camera and two kit lenses.
Peter.
#2
I haven't taken that course, what's the cost on it?

I did sign up for Scott Kelby's Kelbyone training videos. and despite 35 years of photography, 17 years digital and what I consider 121 years of "serious" photography, I am getting a lot out of it. they have tutorials that cover things from the most basic to very advanced. Plus post processing and many other photo related subjects. And for less than $20 a month I will probably stay subscribed until I cease to get anything new out of it.

http://kelbyone.com
#3
Thank you for your reply to my query.
The course costs £79 per year, and is clearly based on Canon cameras, but good photography teaching is valid for any make of D.S.L.R.
#4
Oops, just noticed 121 years...that should read 12... not immortal here and not The worlds oldest living human!

At least the price is reasonable and even learning the basics of a digital DSLR improves your photography or at least shortens up a very steep learning curve for a beginner.
  


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