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You can now take Harvard’s complete photography course for free online

Harvard University is now offering a complete photography course for free.


Harvard University is now offering a complete photography course for free.

Did you ever want to go to Harvard but couldn’t get in due to your poor grades or low test scores? Well, if you’re a photographer and want a shiny new diploma to hang on your wall, Harvard’s complete photography course is now available for free online.

The online course, which is called ALISON, is made of up twelve modules that cover the basic fundamentals of photography. Everything from software tools, composition, and light are all covered in the online course. When you complete the course and have a score of 80 percent or higher, Harvard will send you out a diploma to hang on your wall.

The only kicker is that the materials are from 2009 meaning some of the stuff in the course is a little outdated. For example software tools. A lot has changed from 2009 but the core fundamentals are still there. To learn more, click here.

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