Nikon Just Launched Free Photography Classes Online For the Holidays

published Nov 28, 2020
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‘Tis the season for some seriously on point holiday portraits! Nikon just announced free photography classes online to help amateur photographers capture all of their favorite memories this holiday season. At least, we won’t be amateurs for too long, because from now until Thursday, Dec. 31, all courses on Nikon School Online will be available for free. Insider tips and technical advice are now at our full disposal to ensure the best holiday shots ever.

Nikon also launched a new course called “Better Holiday Photos with Nikon Ambassadors.” The class will feature Nikon’s top creators as they share tips and creative techniques to capture the best one-of-a-kind photos and videos to share with family and friends this season. Say goodbye to blurry photos for good: pupils will learn how to create holiday cards that stand out, master basic lighting for portraits, capture magazine-spread worthy food photography, and master poses for families and couples. 

“Photographing Children and Pets,” “Discovering Macro Photography,” “Fundamentals of Photography,” and “Exploring Dynamic Landscape Photography” are just a few of the courses available. To access the full course of free online classes, simply visit Nikon School Online

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“Nikon School Online classes are a great way to help anyone brush up on their photography skills and inspire them to capture and share their amazing photos and video with their friends and families this holiday season,” Jay Vannatter, executive vice president of Nikon Inc., said of the free courses. “Whether celebrating the holidays at home among loved ones or joining together virtually, the power of imaging helps keep us connected, creative, and inspired.”

It’s been a strange year, but what better way to stay connected than with thoughtful holiday portraits and festive cards this season? Suffice to say, grandparents everywhere will be oh so pleased. There’s no such thing as too many family photos, after all.