PH.101 Chapter 01 1 Videos (6:31m)
  • 01 - What You'll Learn
    Aaron breaks down what you will learn in each chapter of Photography 101; from general ideology, to cameras and gear, to real on-set workflow.
PH.101 Chapter 02 7 Videos (46:00m)
  • 01 - Introduction: Art of Photography
    Aaron begins a discussion on the art of photography and how to become a better artist.
  • 02 - What is Photography?
    Aaron discusses photography as a technical art, but also a highly creative fine art.
  • 03 - What Makes a Great Photo?
    Out of all of the tools there are to master in photography, Aaron suggests what really makes an amazing photo.
  • 04 - A Mirror Between Worlds
    Aaron reveals what to shoot to make your photography stand out.
  • 05 - Developing a Style
    Aaron describes how to develop a style and keep your photography from getting stale.
  • 06 - Passion vs. Business
    Aaron talks about making the jump from photography as a passion to photography as a business.
  • 07 - Standing Out
    Aaron wraps up how photographing what you love will get you the most work.
PH.101 Chapter 03 10 Videos (1:25h)
  • 01 - Introduction: Exposure
    Aaron covers everything we'll learn over the course of the chapter.
  • 02 - What is Exposure?
    Learn exactly what exposure is and the different ways we will learn to manipulate it.
  • 03 - No Correct Exposure
    Aaron explains that every photo has unique properties to keep in mind when adjusting exposure and gives several examples of different issues to look out for.
  • 04 - How is Light Measured?
    Shutter speed, aperture, ISO: learn everything you need to know about how they work and interact to affect your exposure.
  • 05 - How Light Enters a Camera
    Professor Nace takes you to Physics 101 to explain exactly how your camera is using light to form an image.
  • 06 - How the Settings Relate
    Learn an in depth understanding of how aperture, shutter speed, and ISO affect one another.
  • 07 - How the Settings Affects an Image
    Learn exactly how to manipulate your settings to get the exposure you want every time.
  • 08 - Histogram
    Aaron teaches what a histogram is, how to read it, and how to use it as a powerful tool to control the exposure of your image.
  • 09 - Dynamic Range
    In this section, learn what dynamic range is and how you can use High Dynamic Range to get the most out your camera's limited exposure range.
  • 10 - Conclusion: Exposure
    In the final section of this chapter, Aaron recaps everything we have learned about exposure.
PH.101 Chapter 04 14 Videos (2:34h)
  • 01 - Introduction: Camera Basics
    Aaron covers everything we'll learn over the course of the chapter.
  • 02 - The Physical Camera (Exterior)
    Aaron explains the function of every button and knob on his Canon 5D Mark III.
  • 03 - The Physical Camera (LCD Pt. 1)
    Aaron explains every menu item and option on his Canon 5D Mark III (Part 1 of 2).
  • 04 - The Physical Camera (LCD Pt. 2)
    Aaron explains every menu item and option on his Canon 5D Mark III (Part 2 of 2).
  • 05 - Inside the Camera
    In this section, Aaron dives into the guts of his camera to explain how the it all physically works.
  • 06 - Sensor Size, Full vs. Crop
    Camera sensors come in many sizes , and Aaron explains what that all means for your photography.
  • 07 - Megapixels
    Learn what a megapixel is and how image resolution is created in the camera.
  • 08 - Image Quality
    Learn what RAW images and image bit depth are and why they matter for your photos.
  • 09 - White Balance
    In this section, Aaron explains white balance and everything you need to know about the color of your light source and how your camera records that color.
  • 10 - Histogram
    Learn how to best take advantage of the powerful tool, the histogram.
  • 11 - Drive Modes
    Aaron explains how to use the different drive modes available on your camera.
  • 12 - Auto Focus Modes
    In this section, learn about the different auto focus modes at your disposal.
  • 13 - Metering Modes
    Learn to master metering modes, an advanced technique to achieve proper exposure in different lighting situations.
  • 14 - Conclusion: Camera Basics
    In the final section of this chapter, Aaron recaps everything we have learned about camera basics.
PH.101 Chapter 05 9 Videos (1:10h)
  • 01 - Introduction: Camera Modes
    Aaron covers everything we'll learn over the course of the chapter.
  • 02 - Full Auto Mode
    Aaron explains how full auto works and when to use it.
  • 03 - Program Mode
    Next up is Program mode, which gives you a bit more control over your camera settings.
  • 04 - Aperture Priority Mode
    Learn what Aperture Priority Mode is and when Aaron chooses to use it in his workflow.
  • 05 - Shutter Speed Priority Mode
    Learn what Shutter Speed Priority Mode is and when Aaron chooses to use it in his workflow.
  • 06 - Manual Mode
    Manual mode gives you complete control over your settings, which is a powerful tool once you know how to use it.
  • 07 - Bulb Mode
    Aaron explains Bulb mode and when you'll want to use it.
  • 08 - Custom Settings
    For the professional studio photographer, Custom settings can be very useful, and Aaron explains exactly when to use them.
  • 09 - Conclusion: Camera Modes
    In the final section of this chapter, Aaron recaps everything we have learned about camera modes.
PH.101 Chapter 06 11 Videos (2:35h)
  • 01 - Introduction: Lens Basics
    Aaron covers everything we'll learn over the course of the chapter.
  • 02 - Focal Length and Aperture
    Learn the basics of focal length and aperture in order to choose the best lens to take incredible photos.
  • 03 - Physical Properties
    Aaron gives an overview of the most common physical properties of your lenses.
  • 04 - Lens Focal Lengths
    Learn the exhaustive guide to effectively master different lens focal lengths.
  • 05 - Prime Lenses vs. Zoom Lenses
    Learn the difference between Prime and Zoom lenses and why you would shoot with both.
  • 06 - Kit Lenses vs. Pro Lenses
    Aaron explains why you would want to use Pro lenses over entry-level Kit lenses and why you wouldn't.
  • 07 - Image Quality
    In this section, learn how to get the best image quality possible out of any lens.
  • 08 - Image Stabilization
    Image stabilization is almost a necessity for high focal length lenses, and in this section, Aaron explains all you need to know about the powerful tool.
  • 09 - Lens Filters
    Learn about different lens filters and when they best come in handy.
  • 10 - Buying Advice
    Aaron explains the tips and tricks he's learned from years of photography gear purchases to help guide your next lens purchase.
  • 11 - Conclusion: Lens Basics
    In the final section of this chapter, Aaron recaps everything we have learned about lens basics.
PH.101 Chapter 07 9 Videos (1:39h)
  • 01 - Introduction: Focus
    Aaron covers everything we'll learn over the course of the chapter.
  • 02 - Manual Focus vs. Automatic Focus
    In this section, learn the difference between Manual and Automatic focus, as well as when to use both of these settings.
  • 03 - Focus Methods
    Aaron explains the different ways to focus your camera.
  • 04 - Auto Focus Modes
    There are different ways that your camera selects focus automatically, and understanding when to use each is important.
  • 05 - Auto Focus Drives
    Aaron explains the two different auto focus drives; their pros and cons and when to use them.
  • 06 - Focus Techniques
    Learn the various techniques Aaron employs to get crisp, in-focus images, even when dealing with motion.
  • 07 - Depth of Field
    Learn how aperture, sensor size, and focal length affect and can be used to control your depth of field.
  • 08 - Focus Stacking
    Learn a power technique to cheat the limitations of light and extend your depth of field when shooting macro photography.
  • 09 - Conclusion: Focus
    In the final section of this chapter, Aaron recaps everything we have learned about focus.
PH.101 Chapter 08 9 Videos (1:12h)
  • 01 - Introduction: Camera Types
    Aaron covers everything we'll learn over the course of the chapter.
  • 02 - Film
    In this section, Aaron highlights film cameras and explains how to shoot with them.
  • 03 - Smartphone
    Aaron talks about the impact of smartphones and what they mean in the world of photography.
  • 04 - Point and Shoot
    Learn about the current state of point and shoot cameras, as well as how they work and why people use them.
  • 05 - Mirrorless
    Aaron shows off the Sony A7R2 and talks about other mirrorless cameras and their overall significance.
  • 06 - Entry Level DSLR
    Entry level DSLRs are great for beginners and Aaron covers how they work and why you should have one.
  • 07 - Pro Level DSLR
    Learn why Pro Level DSLRs are the primary camera in Aaron's toolbox.
  • 08 - Medium Format
    Aaron demos the IQ350 PhaseOne Medium format camera, explaining why it's the Rolls Royce of cameras and why you don't want to always use one.
  • 09 - Conclusion: Camera Types
    In the final section of this chapter, Aaron recaps everything we have learned about camera types.
PH.101 Chapter 09 3 Videos (2:47h)
  • 01 - On Set: 1st NEON Look
    In this chapter you are teleported on set to experience a full length, professional photoshoot from start to finish, in addition to Aaron's tips and commentary for the entire process.
  • 02 - On Set: 2nd NEON Look
    This section continues the neon shoot with a new subject and new challenges to solve, complete with Aaron's tips and commentary for the entire process.
  • 03 - On Set: 3rd NEON Look
    This section completes the neon shoot with a brand new direction, complete with Aaron's tips and commentary for the entire process.
PH.101 Chapter 10 3 Videos (26:03m)
  • 01 - On Set: 1st MIRROR Look
    In this chapter you are teleported on set to experience a professional photoshoot from start to finish.
  • 02 - On Set: 2nd MIRROR Look
    In this section, you'll continue to learn from our desert mirror photoshoot, including some tips and commentary from Aaron.
  • 03 - On Set: 3rd MIRROR Look
    Wrapping up our mirror shoot, you'll continue to learn from our a professional environment, including some tips and commentary from Aaron.

Photography 101

Description

Photography 101 is the perfect all-in-one tutorial for anyone who wants to jump into the world of photography. Join our team as we shoot at 20+ locations for a hands-on approach to learning the basics of photography!

Learn the fundamentals of camera-use and optimize lenses, exposure, and focus to capture the beauty of your surroundings.

Our experiential approach combines studio instruction and on-location guidance, helping you fuse theory with real-life practice.

What’s Included

50+ Sample Images   |   75 Video Tutorials

Get Started Here: Pick Your Option
Starting at $8.25/month – Unlimited Streaming
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What Makes a Great Photo?

The modern photographer has myriad tools to choose from: new cameras and upgraded accessories are hitting the market every month. But how important are they? Does gear make a photo great? Learn how today’s photographers choose their tools sparingly but wisely to protect their wallet without compromising their work.

A Mirror Between Worlds

While a camera is important when it comes to capturing a photo, it won’t make creative decisions for you. Learn to enhance what is unique about you and the way you see the world.

Business vs. Passion

Ever consider leaving your job and making a career out of photography? Learn best practices and possible pratfalls from professionals who’ve made the transition.

Developing a Style

How do you make your photos stand out from the pack? What are the techniques that will preserve your distinct style while elevating the final product? Learn how to develop your vision and create work that bears your own artistic signature.

How Light is Measured

Understanding light is key to creating authoritative work. Become acquainted with the F-Stop–which is the unit for measuring light–and see how measuring and wielding light can refine the beauty of your images.

Understanding the Histogram

A critical yet often-ignored part of photography, the histogram displays the light and color information in the photo. Master this simple yet essential concept, and say goodbye to over-exposed images!

There is no “Correct Exposure.”

Sometimes it is ok for a picture to be “too bright” or “too dark.” Learn the rules so you can break them. Creativity is rewarded in photography, so push the boundaries of your images!

Shutter Speed, Aperture & ISO

Since light varies drastically from one location to the next, adaptability is one of the most important skills of the photographer. Luckily it’s not just guesswork. We’ll teach you how to use shutter speed, aperture, and ISO to get the perfect exposure for any environment.

The Physical Camera

Modern digital cameras are loaded with buttons, dials, knobs and other features. Photography 101 covers the physical camera in depth, revealing helpful tips along the way to give you more power when shooting.

Compare Sensor Sizes

Not all cameras are created equal. Learn the difference between camera types including Film, Smart Phones, Point & Shoots, Entry-level DSLRs, Pro-level DSLRs, Mirrorless, and Medium Format cameras.

Menus, Options & Preferences

There are hundreds of options and preferences in a modern camera. How can you adapt a camera to work best for you? Learn to master every feature a modern camera has to offer.

Image Quality

Download and compare images from a range of cameras from smartphones to medium format digital backs. See for yourself the differences between camera types and how they affect image quality.

Auto Mode

Auto mode is a great place to start. In Auto Mode, the camera chooses the best settings for you, allowing you to focus on the subject. In this tutorial, we explore the pros and cons of shooting in Auto Mode.

Aperture Priority

In Aperture Priority Mode (Av, A), you are responsible for choosing the aperture, and the camera takes care of the rest of the settings to create a proper exposure. Learn when to use Aperture Priority to get the most out of your images.

Shutter Speed Priority

In Shutter Speed Priority (Tv, S), you choose the shutter speed, and the camera selects both ISO and Aperture to create a properly exposed image. We cover a variety of circumstances where Shutter Speed Priority excels.

Manual Mode

In Manual Mode, you are responsible for choosing the proper camera settings to create a good exposure. While this mode requires a bit of knowledge to use correctly, it provides more control over the camera than any other mode.

Explore Focal Lengths

Come along with the Phlearn Team as we explore lenses with a range of focal lengths. Each focal length has different applications, in this tutorial, we cover Macro, Wide, Standard, Telephoto and Super-Telephoto lenses in depth.

Kit vs. Pro Lenses

Will you notice a difference when moving from an economical ‘kit’ lens to a higher priced ‘pro’ lens? Explore the advantages and disadvantages of both and download images photographed with both entry-level and pro-level lenses.

What Lens Should I Use?

In this tutorial, we explore a broad range of lenses and cameras using downloadable images. By examining images shot with focal lengths varying from 16mm-300mm, and apertures from f/1.2-f/22, you’ll be able to see the effect each lens has on its target and learn to choose the right lens for the job.

Buying Advice

Which lenses are necessary, and which are luxury? When is it better to rent than to buy? We’ll show you how to make smart decisions and stay within your budget while getting the most out of the today’s products.

Manual vs. Auto Focus

Most modern lenses offer the choice to shoot in Manual or Automatic Focus. While Auto Focus is more commonly used, Manual Focus boasts unique opportunities to gain more control over your work. We’ll explore which focus mode to use and when it’s best to use them.

Learn Focus Techniques

Focusing on a still subject is relatively straightforward, but what happens when the subject moves? Learn techniques to help you achieve proper focus in a variety of situations including both camera and subject movement.

Depth of Field

Depth of Field effects how much of an image is in focus. Many factors influence DoF, including aperture, focal length, distance, and sensor size. Learn how to utilize Depth of Field to draw more attention to your subject.

Focus Stacking

Certain applications require extending the Depth of Field beyond the physical capabilities of a lens. Learn how to use photography + Photoshop to focus stack images and increase the focus area of a picture.

Smartphone to Medium Format

It’s a shoot-out! Watch as the iPhone 7 Plus, Hasselblad 500 C/M Film Camera, a Point-and-Shoot Canon G11, an entry-level Canon 6Ti, a Pro-level Canon 5Dmkiii, a Mirrorless Sony A7rii, and a Medium Format Phase One IQ350 compete side-by-side. We’ll keep the setting and natural light consistent from one camera to the next to give you the most accurate look at their capabilities.

Download and Compare Images

There is no such thing as the ‘Best Camera”. Different cameras are great in different situations. This tutorial includes full-resolution RAW images available for download so you can compare each side-by-side.

Camera Breakdown

Our camera analysis goes beyond shooting with each camera type. We also examine each camera in depth and break down different qualities including Low Light Performance, Ease of Use, Cost, Customizability, Interchangeable Lenses, Control over Camera & Image Quality.

Image Quality

At the end of the day, the most important quality of a camera is the image quality. Compare quality between many different formats and manufacturers to help you choose the best camera for you.

Extended Content

Behind every image you see, there’s a batch of rejects. A less-mentioned but equally critical component of photography is being selective of your own work. Get a glimpse into the process of whittling down hundreds of photos into a refined, representative showcase.

Tips & Techniques

Every shoot provides learning opportunities for even the most seasoned photographer. Our photo shoot videos are loaded with pop-up tips and tricks to make your next photoshoot as successful as possible.

Behind the Scenes

Our on-set videos are shot with multiple camera angles so you can see every aspect of a photo production. Enjoy a behind the scenes look at the entire production.

Unscripted & Real

Want to know how a photographer interacts with models and crew during a photo shoot? Watch it happen in real time and enjoy the subtle nuances that are frequently left out of the “Edited Version.”

Show Off Your Work

Reviews

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I have paid for an online photography school and found it was a waste of money. I learned more on You tube! However that was also limited. I am finally getting the information I need. Even though I have been shooting and getting booked I decided to take the Photography 101 course anyway. OMG I knew I didn’t know a lot but this confirmed I knew nothing! I am soooo addicted to this course and so excited to look at every course on this site. Every chance I get I am on this website. Thank you for creating this website it is truly legit!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    What a wonderful, insightful and instructive tutorial. I really learned a lot. Cannot wait for 201 and 301. Any update on when they will come out?

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    I’ve only just began , currently on chapter 2 but I can tell i’ll be extending my subscription for many many months if not years to come. Great stuff!!!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    I loved this whole tutorial from the beginning to the very end. And for the very first time I finally had a revelation on techniques and meanings I always struggled with and couldn t find anyone able to explain everything properly in details and as a whole. Aaron you are the most talented (and hilarious!!!) photographer and teacher (you have a natural inclination for this!). THANK YOU! – do you have a full serie dedicated to lighting as well? Especially for studio photography. That would be super interesting!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    amazing tutorial!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Simply addictive! Can’t get enough of this, great job Aaron & team 🙂

    PHLEARN Staff
    Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it.
  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Clear, fun and effective. Actually the most effective tutorials around on the web I think. Great job! Keep on going guys. Thanks a milion!

  8. Rated 4 out of 5

    amazing tutorial and really waiting for 301 so much when does it will come ?

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Love this class! Only problem: can’t stop to watch 🙂 But seriously, thank you so much.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    I have literally learned more in the three hours or so watching your tutorial than I have learned in almost a year! Wow!!!! This is an awesome tutorial and I am just at 101. Can’t wait to see what 201 and 301 has in store for me.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    As a dyslexic, trying to learn something new has not been easy, as most of it is in text form. Finding phlearn a few years ago has been life-changing for me. There are so many videos on youtube, but it does not compare to having a structure; someone who loves to teach, teaching you. Thank you so much for these videos

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    I’m obsessed with Phlearn! I have been self-teaching myself photography for a few months now and although there is a lot of information online it just doesn’t compare to what phlearn has to offer. Everything that Aaron teaches makes sense, so easy to understand and it is actually incredibly inspiring. I just want to be shooting and phlearning all day long! Thank you for this incredible information, I wish I could give more than 5 stars!!!!

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    I am so excited to PHLEARN something new!! This is the best gift I coul get this month! Thank you so much for those amazingly understandable tutorials. There is so much work you put in them! It shows…Thanks again!

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Epic tutorial, I’m a proffessional photographer for many years, but i saw this anyway (with some skipping) and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested or already is in photography. p.s.: Jamie has a very sexy voice 🙂

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    Thanks Aaron and team for taking us behind the scene with the Neon project. AMAZING stuffy.

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    Love what Aaron is saying about gear. It really is not about the gear, it is the person who is taking the images. Sure, a PhaseOne would be amazing to shoot with, but heck, who has money for that. My favorite quote by Aaron “you can take amazing images with a phone, and you can take crappy images with a full-frame camera.”

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    Wow, I can only do 5 stars, I’d put up a galaxy if I could. The information and presentation are incredible. I learned more from this series than any other I have seen. I never really used the balance of ISO, aperture and shutter speed the way Aaron explained it. I also never knew that a lot of lenses have a “sweet spot” in their focal length. What a difference! It opened a whole new way of looking at things. I’m already losing sleep over the wait for Photography 201-301! Thank you so much!

  18. Rated 5 out of 5

    thanks Aaron for this awesome tutorial….always you are my inspiration !

  19. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is easily one of the BEST photography courses I’ve ever seen in real life or online! It’s amazing how personable Aaron is and it’s very clear that he really enjoys teaching this material! One of the things that I find really interesting is the additional tidbits of shooting information and the live shoots that PHLEARN has put into this course. I think that new and experienced photographers alike can easily pick up something from this lively and extremely interesting course on photography!

  20. Rated 5 out of 5

    I have been shooting for a number of years and I have watched a number of different beginner classes and this one has a fantastic amount of information. Very well done!!

  21. Rated 5 out of 5

    You really caught what us beginners want and need to know! awesome course, great team. Really looking forward for Photography 201 and more!

  22. Rated 5 out of 5

    This has been very eye opening and has allowed me to really take my photographic creativity to the next level. I bought a camera 2 years ago, but I’ve only been using the automatic options provided because I just couldn’t get interested enough in the manual settings etc. But watching this tutorial has made me realise how much more I can do with my camera when I know how to adjust it. What helped me in particular was the explanations and examples on aperture, shutter speed and iso. …Now on to the next section!

  23. Rated 5 out of 5

    Hi, i’m from Brazil and my english isn’t very good, but this is the most complete curse i ever see, also very easy to understand. Congratulation PHLEARN!

  24. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is just amazing. Before i’m a person know nothing about photography but now after this tutorial, i really really know how to use a “camera”. Despite i will not buy a DSLR in next month but Basics that you guide it is so helpful for me to adjust into my coming camera. Thanks You so much Aaron and of course to your team as well! You are truly excellent. Can’t wait until Photography 201 – 301 releases. Cheers!!!

  25. Rated 5 out of 5

    I Love Phlearn! A great tutorial for people getting started, and a great refresher that brings your back to the basics for more seasoned photographers.

  26. Rated 5 out of 5

    This whole Photography has been very helpful from start to finish. I compete in photography with PSA and I have some success but what I was doing to just kind of relying wonderful accidents and usually things never came out the way I imaged. That was so frustrating. But even after a short period of time of taking this course I’m starting to get more of what I envisioned. Thank you so much.

  27. Rated 5 out of 5

    SOOOOOOO goood!!! Thank you for sharing your knowledge!!

  28. Rated 5 out of 5

    Just finished the entire tutorial, Absolutely first class. The work that goes into a shoot is enormous more than I relealised. Have watched sections on exposure a couple of times off line to get the exposure triangle better into my head. Everything seem a lot clearer now than before. Excellent, keep phlearning Gregory Tutin Tasmania Australia

  29. Rated 5 out of 5

    Have bought the tutorial so I can watch on the big screen while following along. I am watching across the net first to get a full picture of photography. Have just finished Chapter 5. Absolutely fabulous. Aaron makes it so easy to understand Keep Phlearning Greg Tutin Tasmania Australia

  30. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bought your tutorial 101-301 and now the Photography 101. Such helpfull tutorials! Thanks for sharing your skils! Just in one word: Amazing!

  31. Rated 5 out of 5

    Just bought the tutorial, already on chapter 3. watching this with my wife and oldest daughter, both of which have an interest in photography, but never seem to understand what I am trying to teach them. They really like all the examples and seeing the different setting and the images they produce. one thing Aaron, you should take that graphic you made that shows the apertures, shutter speeds and ISO’s and have that made onto the back of a gray or white card, say one of those soft foldable ones and sell that on your store… I would buy one for each camera bag, it’s a great visual reference!

  32. Rated 5 out of 5

    Yes!! I’ve been hoping for so long that you guys would do a comprehensive tutorial for photography. Love this, and i hope there’s more to come. I also love how accessible your pro tutorials are now with the new subscription methods. Keep up the good work, Phlearn. You just keep getting better!

  33. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rockstar idea! Thank you for making it. I’m not a photographer but I am always trying to hire good ones. It sounds easy because there are so many in the world, but here in Hawaii…hmmm…how to say this nicely…. Let’s just say that reviewing the basics regularly is invaluable and the BEST place from which to launch innovative ideas. I’m trying to think of a way to start buying Photography 101 as a gift for photographers without it coming across as, “You suck! Start over!” I’m sure I’ll figure that out, but in the meantime, if someone were to say to me, “Everything I’ve learned, I’ve Phlearned,” I’d respond, “You’re Hired!”

  34. Rated 5 out of 5

    Incredible! You can tell that so much work, effort, and thought went into making this one of the best photography classes online. This is exactly what I wish I had several years ago when I started getting really serious about photography. I’m not done watching it, but I’ve already learned so much. Thanks Phlearn!

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