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MyPhotoSchool Launches New Online Course - MyPhotoSchool has launched a new online course all about making money from photography.

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MyPhotoSchool has just launched a new online photography course on How to Make Money from Photography.  This online photography course is aimed at amateur photographers who are interested in generating revenue from their photography. 

The course is taught by acclaimed photographer David Taylor, who is also a best-selling photography author with dozens of photography books published. 

Duncan Heather, MyPhotoSchool founder explains: "Many of us take photographs. We keep them on our computers, tinker with them in Photoshop and Lightroom, and share them on our social networks.  But after that they just sit there. And few of us ever print them out. What you may not realise, is that these photographs have a value. And that value is on the increase."  
  
The How to Make Money from Photography four week online photography course starts on the first Saturday of every month and is bookable now for the 1 June intake. 

Each week the students on the how to make money from photography course will cover a different topic related to making money from photography:
  • The Stock Market: Selling your work through an image library 
  • The Stock Market: Which Images sell?
  • Working to Commission: The freelance life
  • Making an exhibition of yourself: Print sales
David Taylor, course tutor explains: "This online photography course is aimed at the hobbiest who wants to take their photography to the next level. At MyPhotoSchool we believe that many amateurs can take as good a photograph as established professionals. And why shouldn’t you make money out of your hobby?"

For more information, take a look at the MyPhotoSchool website.
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