CreativeLive Photo Week Provides Free Online Learning September 21-25

Seattle, WA – August 6, 2015 – CreativeLive, the world’s leading online education network, announced its schedule for Photo Week 2015, the most comprehensive and interactive series of free photo classes, panel discussions, and online tutorials in the world. Photo Week will take place from September 21-25, 2015 and will include classes on topics ranging from getting started with on-camera flash or taking better pics of your own families to how to launch and manage your commercial photography business. Registration to view classes live during Photo Week is free.

To kick off the third annual Photo Week, CreativeLive will be livestreaming content from the CreativeLive Bus as they travel from San Francisco to Seattle. On September 18th and 19th, Sue Bryce, Jasmine Star, Matt Kloskowski and Victor Ha will be on the CreativeLive bus stopping in cities along the way, interacting with communities and teaching how to become a better photographer. Classes from the road will be broadcast LIVE for thousands to view, enjoy, and learn.

CreativeLive Photo Week will feature more than 110 hours of live broadcast education from more than 30 award winning photographers and educators including Sue Bryce, Jasmine Starr, Matt Kloskowski, Joel Grimes, and Peter Hurley. In addition to having free access to live seminars, viewers will also learn about the latest imaging technologies available and receive behind-the-scenes tips and techniques they can immediately apply to their own work.

Viewers will also be able to tune into Lunchtime Demo Channel to hear the latest tech news from some of the best brands in photography. In addition, a roundtable discussion featuring members of the photo media who will discuss the latest imaging technology and the future of photography. To learn more about CreativeLive’s Photo Week, check out the video trailer.

“Photo Week is the most comprehensive online learning center in photography and I’m so proud to help teach the next generation of image makers,” said Sue Bryce, professional photographer. “I would encourage anyone who has wanted to take their photography to the next level or build a career in photography, to join in this extraordinary live event.”

“Photo Week is an incredible opportunity for anyone who loves photography to receive live instruction from some of the world’s most respected photographers and educators,” explains George Varanakis, General Manager of Photo at CreativeLive. “One of the best things about participating in Photo Week is you can watch and learn, and immediately go out and apply that learning to your own style of photography.”

Broadcasting live on three Internet channels, CreativeLive Photo Week covers a wide range of photographic topics including food, boudoir, macro, Photoshop, Lightroom, portrait, wedding, commercial and lighting techniques.

Please visit CreativeLive.com to register for Photo Week, see the complete schedule of classes, and check out the bus tour schedule.

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