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Dennis Carr
BetterPhoto Member Since: 3/5/2005
 

Which Course?


I'm new to this site, I checked it out after reading about it in "photographer's Market Guide to Building Your Photography Business" and Iím thinking of taking a class, but Iím not sure which one. Since, Iím unable to really judge my own photo's, I was hoping maybe to get some advice as to which class might be the best. if anyone would care to look at my gallery and see if there is anything consistently lacking or needs work(I wish I had more than five but havenít scanned all my negs yet) I would appreciate it


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3/10/2005 8:33:57 PM

 
Kerry Drager
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4-Week Short Course: Creative Close-ups
  Hi Dennis,
Thanks for your interest in BetterPhoto's online courses. I know how difficult it is to judge one's own pictures ... plus, our extensive lineup of classes makes the decision-making process even more of a challenge. That's why we recently came up with a page that will help you determine your skill level.
http://www.betterphoto.com/photocourses/skill.asp

After that, it's simply a matter of determining where your interest lies - i.e., composition, light and exposure, specialty, digital, etc. - with each course given a skill-level rating.

Hope this helps, Dennis!
Kerry


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3/11/2005 9:21:08 PM

 
Dennis Carr
BetterPhoto Member Since: 3/5/2005
  thanks for the info. just nervous dont want to get in a class over my head


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3/13/2005 6:39:41 PM

 
Bob Cournoyer
BetterPhoto Member Since: 2/9/2003
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  Hi, Dennis...
I started with the Silverman's "Beginning Digital......". I cannot say enough about them or their envolvement with the class....:-)

Bob


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3/13/2005 6:54:51 PM

 
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