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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 5:43 pm 
I'm a webaddict and surf a lot. I found this link to an online photography school, which was recommended by Adorama.

I just visited the page and found very interesting courses and I might be taking some like "The Art of Seeing" or maybe "Street photography: finding order in chaos"

There's a lot of info you can find on the web, but I think some formal instruction could do well to a better understanding of this form of art.

What do you think guys? (and girls if there are some)


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:49 pm 
Hi Carlos, I've come across this site before and they certainly have excellent instructors, like Bryan Peterson who wrote the highly acclaimed Understanding Exposure book. The courses are expensive, but if you can afford it and put 110% into the assignments and take advantage of all the available communication lines open between you and your instructor, then I think you could learn a lot from them and it'd be money well sent.

Let us know if you decide to go ahead with one and how you get on with it. That "Art of Seeing" one does sound good. I definitely miss things sometimes that others see!

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