Posted on Feb 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Digital photography is more popular now than ever before. With the rise of the internet as a portal to share and view photos and the decline of prices of high quality DSLRs, more people are becoming interested in photography as a hobby, and also as a money-making venture.
There is a wealth of information available to photographers both online and off, including a variety of school and course options. Anyone interested in learning more about photography need only to do a Google search for the term, photography tips, to find thousands of options available to them. The trick becomes, who do you trust, and who does it best?
Recognizing the need for photography tips and training, the New York Institute of Photography is making its own free photography tutorials easier to find than ever before. As the world’s largest and oldest photography school, founded in 1910, NYIP is one of the premier authorities on photography education. And for years now, the school has produced free photography tips and articles available on the website at www.nyip.com.
This January, the New York Institute of Photography launched two new ways to absorb this content, with a new Photo Blog, and their first iPhone app. Now you can find all the great information on how to take better photos in any situation from wherever you are. Download the app from the iTunes app store and subscribe to the blog at blog.nyip.com.
NYIP offers three great home-study photography courses. Located in the heart of New York City, the school serves students all around the world, having trained more successful photographers than any other school in the world.
Whether you are a beginner, or you want to take your photography to the next level, they can help. With any of their three courses, you will receive written lesson books, audio CDs, and DVD video training. In addition, they’ll assign you a personal student advisor who is a professional photographer there to assist you whenever you need. You can call or email them at any time for help on the course, or advice about your photography.
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