The camera company has made its entire curriculum of online photo courses free to the public through the end of the month.
In the midst of social distancing, at-home activities have become increasingly important for people with a sudden surge of free time. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to cope during the coronavirus quarantine. Refining your photography skills is one ideal way to beat boredom and prepare for future travels during self-isolation.
Conveniently, Nikon has made its entire curriculum of online photography classes free to the public through April 30—which is great for people interested in tips for how to take better photos on their adventures once travel is unrestricted again.
Available now throughout the end of the month, Nikon School’s 10 virtual photography classes cover topics such as landscape photography, child and pet portraiture, and video content creation (such as vlogging), each ranging from 15 minutes to over an hour in length.
Some courses cover Nikon-specific products, but many teach the general fundamentals of photography (which apply whether or not you own a Nikon camera).
While the in-depth courses normally cost anywhere between $15 to $50 each, you can currently register for any (or all) of the virtual classes on Nikon School’s website, totally free.