Aspiring photographers are in luck because Harvard has just made their entire photography course available online, and it's for free.
The 12 modules will take you about 10 to 15 hours to complete, and teach a wide range of topics in digital photography, including exposure, reading histograms, learning about light, how sensors and lenses work, and how to post-process.
Then the thirteenth, and final, module is an assessment of everything you have learned over the duration of the course. So althought it's not quite the Harvard degree you always dreamed of, it's probably the next best thing.
Those who do decide to check out the course should keep something in mind, however, especially in terms of the software it covers.
The only drawback is that the course was taught on campus in 2009 so while the techniques are all relevant, some of the software will have evolved.
Harvard, one of the top institutions in the world for education, has recently put its photography course on ALISON, a website full of free courses that you can partake in.
Harvard University is now offering a complete photography course for free.
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