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So I've been taking pictures (mostly amateur hobby, some semi-pro) for the better part of 13 years now. I've tried a fair amount of thing. But there is always more to learn. So I'm curious if anyone has tried the above services and your take on them? Are there others that you've tried that you recommend?
 

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I haven't personally tried Kelby but everyone I know that has tells me that it's a pretty good system.
 

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I've tried Lynda.com (mainly because I've read elsewhere that the Kelby app for ipad is bad). And it's been fun. I like that I can go month to month without having to drop $200 for the year.
 

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I have NAPP, but I haven't had time to use it fully. I got it mainly because I was ordering seamless paper and shipping was $40. I figured a year of NAPP that gave me all the resources and unlimited free shipping at B&H would be worth it.

I'd love to have Kelby as well, but it's a little pricy for my tastes since photography is only a hobby for now. You can do $25/month for Kelby if you don't want to drop $200 on it right away.
 

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go look at lynda and at kelby, see what classes they offer and see what best suits YOUR needs. You cant screw up on it because its only about 22$ a MONTH to take any and all of the classes you possibly could imagine. Last couple of times i signed up, I chose Lynda.com - They teach way more than JUST about 'how to photograph'. They teach, software, marketing, website building etc. itsl overwhelming however, learning all this stuff is amazzzzing.

Good luck.
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