You’ve been wanting to learn photography but don’t know where to start from?
You have been searching everywhere around your locale to see if you going to find the best place where you begin learning photography, but all to no avail.
In fact, some of the ones you found are asking for your head, that is, their asking price for learning is very high and something you can’t afford at this time.
What if I tell you that there are several online resources for learning photography on the internet today, and believe me, most of these online resources are entirely FREE, without any extra charge.
In this post, I have decided to expose you to some of the 5 Online Sources For Learning Photography without emptying your pocket or breaking the bank.
Some of these sources am about to expose you to are going to PDFs or website where you can either learn for free or for a little price.
I hope that’s totally fine with you?
Here are Five Online Resources for Learning Photography
1. Digital Photography School
This should be your first-stop website for learning photography as it is loaded with plethora photography tips and tricks articles.
So, if you are new to the world of photography – and quickly want to learn and start shooting photos – then you are in luck as this website shares very valuable articles on how to get started and shine as a photographer.
They cover everything you should know about photography equipment, the techniques for post-processing your well-taken pictures, and just about every other thing you should know about photography.
With daily loaded related photography articles on DigitalPhotographySchool (dot) com, I believe you can never go wrong.
And if I were you, I’d head straight to their website and quickly bookmark it for daily checks and reads. What’s more, this website is FREE for all.
2. FroKnowsPhoto
Jared Polin is a fantastic photographer who prides himself in shooting RAW Photography.
Guess what, dude is good and really knows his onions well.
A peep into his YouTube subscribers (862,574) and views (132,832,091) will help you understand how fabulous and how awesome this guy is.
Jared owns the FroKnowsPhoto Channel on YouTube where he shares everything about handling a camera for newcomer photographers, tips of how to shoot well, methods for post-processing your pictures, and the gears you could get for cheap prices and how to use them.
So, if you are sick and tire of reading articles, or watching boring videos, Jared Polin of FroKnowsPhoto has got you covered with his out-of-the-box videos where he films himself shooting pictures, something other guys on YouTube aren’t known to do.
Jared’s goal is to simply make “Fun and Informative” videos to help photographers of all skill levels.
On his Youtube Channel, you will find new videos posted most days of the week. You will find the best photography video/audio podcast posted on Mondays. Other series include “Real World Reviews” “5 Min Portraits” “Unboxing and Sniff Tests” “Rapid Fire Critiques” and much-much more.
Really, that’s so much value packed into one person’s YouTube Channel where you can finally learn and hone your skills as a photography that people begin to seek everywhere to capture their events.
 3. Adobe TV
If you are any serious (you probably are) about learning photography, then I’d suggest you check out Adobe TV, because on there they share so much about photography.
The Adove TV feature videos that walks you through how to use and master tools such as Lightroom, Photoshop, and other cool Adobe Software Products.
Trust me, the guys at Adobe TV simply just take you by the hand to show you around the world of photography and how to become a badass photographer. All that for FREE!
4. ExtraTorrent
Still talking about some of the best online resources for learning photography… ExtraTorrent is another great stop to learn everything you need to know about photography from equipment to post-processing your pictures and all.
All you need to do is to get on their website and use their search bar to type in whatever you are looking for in the world of photography, and BOOM, you’d get whatever you are looking for!
As simple as that?
Yes, as simple as that!
But simple just typing in “Photography” won’t do you any good as there will be a truckload of information on photography and you will soon be lost in the world of information overload.
So, it’s best to simply search for exactly what you are having issues with and you will be fine. For example, if you are finding it relatively hard to edit your pictures well in a way that makes it look standout, then simply searching for “How to edit my photos in Lightroom” will suffice.
I hope ya’all get my drift?
5. Quora – Question Room
So, while I was researching the topic – 5 Online Sources For Learning Photography – I stumbled on one Barlina Rina’s post on Quora where she mentioned some of the best online resources for learning photography, but most of her mentions were books.
I thought it’d be a great add to my own list, so I had to include the post here din my own list of online resources anyone can learn photography.
So here you go, Barlina’s Online Resources for Learning Photography.
Conclusion on 5 Online Sources For Learning Photography

In conclusion, that’s the five best online sources anyone, from anywhere in the world, can learn photography and become a pro!
Please, if you have more resources I didn’t mention here, do share it with me via the comment section of this post.

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