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Nikon is making its entire online school curriculum free for the month of April

In 'standard times' prices range between $15 and $50 per class

Nikon becomes the latest arts-oriented company to offer free online streaming. Nikon’s USA branch just made its entire Nikon School Online curriculum free for the month of April.

Nikon’s statement says that “Nikon’s mission has always been to empower creators. In these uncertain times, we can do that by helping creators stay inspired, engaged and growing,” reads the streaming page, where you’ll find a total of ten free online courses. “That’s why we’re providing all of our courses free for the entire month of April. Let’s come out of this even better.”

On offer are 10 classes that range in their length from 15 minutes to over an hour. Each class is taught by professional photographers and in ‘standard times’ range in price between $15 and $50. A couple of those are tied specifically to Nikon gear, others cover different photography genres, but there are also courses with photography fundamentals and even one on the art of making music videos. In essence, something for everybody.

To register, entrants just need to give their name and email, meaning there will be Nikon adverts to follow, but who cares. Here is the list of all available courses:

  • Creator’s Mindset: Creating Video Content with Z 50 with Kitty Peters
  • Photographing Children and Pets with Tamara Lackey
  • Getting Started with Your Nikon DSLR
  • Hands-on with SB-5000 Speedlight with Joe McNally
  • Fundamentals of Photography with Reed Hoffmann
  • Environmental Portraiture with Joey Terrill
  • The Art of Making Music Videos with Chris Hershman
  • Beyond the Fundamentals of Photography with Reed Hoffman
  • Discovering Macro Photography with Joey Terrill
  • Exploring Dynamic Landscape Photography with Taylor Glenn

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