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The class I enrolled in was such a disappointment. After contacting a rep with the institute, I was told that the course material is delivered via videos. However, the course is actually hours and hours of reading through boring course material. Occasionally there is a video but the videos are extremely short and not enough content to learn anything of substance. Most of the material including the short videos are outdated and look straight out of the 80's. After spending weeks trying to force myself through the material, taking pages and pages of notes, optimistically hoping that the course would be worth the $800 I spent, I realized that I was not really absorbing any of the information nor was most of the information anything pertinent for photographers today. I will never take another course through this institute again, I would had rather put the $800 towards a mentorship with a photographer in my area.
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