Do you want to learn more about business or photography, but do not have the time to commit to an ongoing class? One way to get professional advice is through creativeLIVE. Based in Seattle and San Francisco, creativeLIVE, a live education platform, offers short online classes from experts in their fields. Courses teach skills and hobbies, focusing mainly on business and photography. People watch the courses from all over the world.
You can view courses for free as they stream or buy and download copies to watch at your leisure. This works well for those who have to schedule learning experiences around their busy schedules. Courses can help photographers who want to start their own business, learn a new aspect of their craft or go into more depth in one specialty.
Some of the photography classes examine industry segments such as weddings, fashion, glamour, retouching, food or pets, etc. Both amateur and professional photographers can benefit. During courses, you can interact with the instructors through social media.
Some recent live photography courses involved lighting. Some of the topics scheduled for the near future are business management for photographers and posing children.
There are also workshops on design, video, filmmaking, lifestyle and using software such as Photoshop. Software products can enhance the creative arts. A recent Photoshop week explored ways to use the popular software. Contact an expert for computer support to continue participating in online workshops.
Since creativeLIVE debuted in 2010, more than 1 million people from around the world have taken part in the free online seminars, according to the creativeLIVE website. The course with the biggest attendance attracted more than 150,000 viewers. The creativeLIVE co-founders are Chase Jarvis and Craig Swanson.
Even if people are talented in their art form, they may not possess business skills. That is another aspect of creativeLive’s offerings – to help creative types manage a business. On the business side, a recent topic was building your brand. Upcoming seminars include high-volume photography and escape from cubicle nation. Some of the best-selling business courses listed on the creativeLIVE website involve creative entrepreneurs and starting an online business.
When your computer has problems, preventing you from watching your online creativeLIVE courses, remember that remote computer repair is available through reliable computer professionals.
The company’s new broadcast studio opened recently in San Francisco. One of the first offerings there is a two-day business series, “Secrets From Silicon Valley,” featuring innovative tech leaders.
Talented people can get their creative juices flowing, thanks to creativeLIVE.
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