Professional Photographers of America Opens 1,100 Free Online Courses

Catering to beginners or professionals who are stuck indoors.

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Professional Photographers of America (PPA) is following in the footsteps of Adobe — which recently made Photoshop and Lightroom free to students — by opening up over 1,100 online photography courses.

The PPA’s catalog can now be accessed by anyone, providing those who are stuck at home self-isolating during the current coronavirus pandemic to pick up a new skill, or brush up on their hobby. PPA offers lessons to everyone from beginners to professionals, covering topics such as how to use Lightroom to working with a flash.

PPA unlocked its lessons on March 21 and will be open for two weeks, closing on April 4. They are accessible to both individuals and small companies — all that’s required is to fill in PPA’s signup form on its website.

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