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  1. Krisna Goodwin at 3:08 pm

    i think it depends on what you are looking for.. I was a member of DWF but let that go as i felt it was getting to be to much of a click and alot of that same information can be found elsewhere

  2. Marit Welker at 3:09 pm

    Not fair! I couldn’t decide between
    Sarah Petty and
    Photovision.
    I chose what I expected to be the underdog since I consider them equals. And funny thing is your poll didn’t look that way at all. Hope you get more stats so they are both supported. I LOVE them both so much!

  3. Dan Phillips at 5:25 pm

    For me it was photo talk forum. It’s the best “all-around” option. I’ve been members of SEVERAL other forums and still call PTF my home. When I’m good, I check it as often as my email! I’m also still actively getting photovision, but it’s nice to just be able to ask a question and have TONS of support rather than wait for a video to come out on the topic. However I will say having the video to show you how to do a lighting style or technique is great too…but not as valuable as the interaction with PTF. And the price is very reasonable…I’d honestly pay quite a bit more than what I do now.

  4. M3L at 7:03 pm

    CreativeLive and Lynda.com are great resources that were not included in your poll. It would be interesting to see what your ‘Other’ category holds after the poll closes!

  5. Kimberly Zatezalo at 1:56 pm

    What’s great about the world of photography is there are so many educational resources, and many of them free. I have different favorites depending on what I’m looking to brush up on or what type of information I’m expect to find, as they each have their own angles and specialties. My favorites are:
    PhotoVision
    Fridayphotoschool
    Creative Live

  6. Deja Webster at 2:11 pm

    I agree with all the resources listed above but don’t forget Marathon Press. http://www.marathonpress.com/archived-webinars/
    For only $25 a month you can have access to nearly three years of archived webinars. All the topics are as relevant today as when first broadcasted. Topics on branding, marketing, FB, pricing, photographing Seniors, flash, using the light meter, using spider lights,sales, projection, natural light, sport, children, family and pet photography just to mention a few. Instructors like Rick Ferro, Kay Eskridge, Kirk Voclain, Clay Blackmore and many more. Hours of great instruction to watch over and over again.

  7. LoraleeJoy at 8:11 am

    CreativeLive has been incredible! Weekend workshops live, for free! You can ask questions, chat with other photographers around the world, and buy the workshop for a really low price so you can keep going back and listening to the great speakers.

  8. Kenna Klosterman at 9:14 am

    We are incredibly grateful to our loyal creativeLIVE community for voting for us as a write-in candidate! On behalf of the entire creativeLIVE family, THANK YOU! There are so many wonderful online educational resources and we are proud to be one of your favorites. We have an incredible line up of upcoming workshops – we invite all of you to sign up for free! http://creativelive.com

  9. Tina at 12:43 pm

    CreativeLIVE and Photovision are the two most single hands on that I know of. They show you, they guide to you to a level where anyone can learn, love it when you get examples on how to with the proper eduction from some outstanding photographer teachers..

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