Nikon is Offering Free Photography Courses All Month!
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Nikon is Offering Free Photography Courses All Month!

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As we continue to stay home now and travel later, we all need new forms of entertainment. It’s time to hit pause on Netflix and learn something new. How about photography? 

Nikon is offering free online courses from expert photographers through April. These lessons typically cost at least $15. They range from introductory courses on the basics of photography to in-depth guides on using Nikon DSLR cameras.

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What’s the first thing you show your friends and family when you return home? The photos! Photography fundamentals can completely change the way you document your next trip. And anything free is about as thrifty as you can get!


Tell me more…

There are 10 courses available all month for free  – and these courses typically cost $15 each!

They cover a variety of topics, from “Getting Started With Your Nikon” to “The Fundamentals of Photography” to “Exploring Dynamic Landscape Photography. Whether you just picked up photography or you’ve been shooting for years, there is a lot of useful content that is yours to learn.

These courses range from about 15 minutes to over an hour of professional insight. Feel free to play and replay as many times as you’d like throughout the month. Simply sign up with your name and email and you’ll instantly have access to these courses.


Bottom Line

There’s never been a better time to up your photography game. Learn some new skills so you can relive the memories for years after your next trip.

Hats off to Nikon for sharing their knowledge and removing the price tag on these courses.


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