Stanford University publishes photography course on-line for free

If you fancy a free bit of learning from the experts then look no further than Stanford University who publish their photography course CS 178 – Digital Photography online for free.

More and more universities are putting their content online for free, which a great step forward.

The course is split up into several sections, some of which I’m guessing will not appeal to everyone as it is heavily technically biassed, but the assignments are great fun which you can go out and try on your own.

Bring on more free content from universities in the future.

 

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I've been an avid photographer for about 15 years now. It started out when I got my first decent digital camera, which was an Olympus C700 Ultra zoom, a great camera which allowed me experiment with a range of photography styles. After that I moved on to SLRs, mostly with Canon, and enjoy all forms of photography although I'd probably say I most enjoy wide-angle landscape photography. My day job is to run this website, so I hope you enjoy your visit!

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