Everyone* wants to be a photographer but not everyone necessarily has the drive or means to pursue it. Now, what if we told you there’s a free course you can sign-up to right now? And what if we told you that the provider of this course is consistently ranked amongst the top 5 global universities?
It may be hard to believe, but Harvard University has been offering The Digital Photography course as part of ALISON, the free certified learning service introduced by the Ivy League institution. It’s a 12-module course with a syllabus that’ll take a total of around 12 hours to complete. In a world of preset filters and endless downloadable packs, it’s good to peel it all back and give yourself more creative autonomy.
So whether you’ve just picked up your first gear this holiday period and want to be finessing shots by the summer, or you’re a seasoned VSCO shooter looking to learn how to better interpret histograms to up your composition, consistency and overall creative output – we definitely recommend making the most of this resource.
What’s more, average 80% or higher and you can opt to pay a fee to receive an official ALISON diploma too. Don’t just take our word for it, over 400,000 people have enrolled and a few thousand votes give it a rating of 4 out of 5 stars!
Sign-up hereand if you need any more persuading, check out this op-ed piece on the VSCO movement here and it's impact on the industry.