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Expand your photography knowledge - A photography course is a great way to further your passion for photography, improve your skills and learn a new thing or two.
Courses are offered by dealers such as Park Cameras, Digital Depot and Warehouse Express. This image of Charlotte showing Rembrandt's triangle was taken on a Jessops studio lighting course hosted by Will Cheung.
When you're on a course there's only so much information you can take in and remember so have a look to see if the course provides any back up material or even video content you can refer to at a later date.
There are plenty of courses out there and you can find a wide variety of them in ePHOTOzine's directory pages, in the back of magazines or by simply doing a quick internet search. Looking at reviews and other photographer's course recommendations are good ways to find out more information about the course you want to attend. Some photographers make their recommendations in forums where you can ask more detailed and specific questions about the course you want to attend.
Here are a few examples of some of the great companies who run photography courses: