As the winter unfolds into springtime and the natural world settles into bright colors and vibrant landscapes, the nonprofit Professional Photographers of America (PPA) urges photographers and artists to document the world around them by making their 1,100+ catalog of online photography classes free to all users. However, the trade association is only offering this opportunity for the next two weeks.
In order to access these online courses, interested artists and small business owners only need to create a free account through the PPA’s website. Once that account has been created, all of PPA’s digital lessons become instantly available. Take a course on making “Lucrative Pet Portraits” or learn how to stand out amid your peers in the lesson “Find Your Black Sheep: How to Stand Out in a Flock of Photographers” all from the comforts of home.
To supplement these valuable educational tools, the photographers association has a series of YouTube videos and playlists to offer resources on a variety of topics related to art, business, and social practices. The association, which has been operational since 1868, said that they wanted to help make things a little easier because “what better way [is there] to spend your time at home than preparing your business for when things kick back into high gear?”
Join PPA in being #inittogether by using your free time to learn from their educational library of 1,100+ courses.