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Various Internet directories provide lists of photography schools organized by geographic area. Some sites also offer courses you can take yourself, either in a scheduled timeframe or at your own pace.
- Consider your needs, particularly whether you want academic credit for a photography course, in which case you will probably need to attend an accredited university.
- To get more information about a particular school you find using either of the first two sites below, go straight to the school's Web site and request it instead of filling in forms on the directory Web site. You'll save time and be sure that your information isn't being shared with any other parties.
- Your local universities or high schools may offer community and continuing education classes in photography. A quick Web search is often enough to find out, but you may need to contact the school directly if its Web site does not include these categories.
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