Congrats! You’ve completed the course!

Congratulations – you’ve successfully completed the go! online photo course. Click on the “Complete lesson” button at the bottom of the page. Now go to the “Photo course” or “Start…

Lesson 6.2 Print your photo books

Picture editor Shelley Christians says: “I grew up with photo albums. My sister and I both have our own albums from birth to present day, as well as massive holiday…

Lesson 6.1 Instagram

Digital photography has made things so much easier. Gone are the days of costly film and developing, but you do end up with thousands of images sitting on a hard…

Lesson 5.4 More tips and tricks

Now that you know what every button on your camera does and you understand the basics of exposure, it’s time for the fun part – taking pictures! The more you…

Lesson 4.2 A beginner’s guide to Lightroom

To get you started on Lightroom, we’ve put together this beginner’s guide that’s as easy as one, two, three. 1. IMPORT AND CULL Having an organised folder system is the…

Lesson 4.3 Editing tips

Here are some basic things you should learn how to do, using the editing suite of your choice. Crop out distractions Many photos can be improved using the humble crop…

Lesson 4.1 Photo editing

Digital photography has many benefits. If you used to take your roll of film to the chemist for someone else to process, it’s understandable that you might be wary of…