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Courses – Learn to Shoot Film

Want to learn how to shoot film!?! We gathered up some of our favorite online resources for learning film photography. Check them out below!

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Film Photography Courses on Skillshare

Learn on Skillshare

The film photography courses on Skillshare give you an online classroom environment with go-at-your-own-pace videos and lessons. And they have a two-month free trial!

Skillshare has thousands of courses on any creative topic you can think of! Just a few of their film related courses include: Film Photography: Shoot Your First Roll Of 35mm Film, Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO: The Basics of (Analog) Photography, Film Photography: Developing & Digitising Black & White Film at Home, and Film Photography: Playing with Light

Format: Online course format with video classes, class discussions, and class projects and assignments. All can be done on your own schedule and at your own pace. You can also jump around to just the topics and courses you are interested in.

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Film Photography Courses on CreativeLive

The CreativeLive Film Week courses are online, watch-at-your-own-pace video courses with downloadable bonus content taught by amazing film photography experts.

Format: Online video classes for streaming and download, bonus pdf content

Topics Covered: Introduction to Film Photography, Introduction to Black and White Film Photography, Film Photography with Strobe Lighting, and Introduction to Large Format Photography.

Perfect For: Beginners and those looking to expand their knowledge in specific topics such as artificial lighting or large format photography