Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 07, 2014
CreativeLive (http://www.creativelive.com), the world’s leading online education network, announced today CreativeLive Photo Week will return September 15-20, 2014, offering six days of free, interactive online classes taught by 30+ world-class photographers.
Featuring engaging master classes, gear and software demos, and informative how-tos, CreativeLive Photo Week appeals to everyone from the enthusiast to the seasoned professional. Each class offers a powerful blend of education and demonstration, with insights on industry-leading techniques, concepts, and business strategies. This all-access pass to all-things-photo will inspire and educate, leaving participants electrified and ready to explore whole new territories through the camera lens.
CreativeLive Photo Week 2014 includes:
—110+ hours of live broadcast education
—Over 30 instructors, including big-ticket names and up-and-coming voices
—Live critiques by award-winning photographers
Broadcast live on three channels, CreativeLive Photo Week boasts classes on an unrivaled breadth of topics, including: commercial, real estate, Instagram, outdoor, GoPro, wedding, light painting, glamour, headshots, and more. Photo Week instructors include Peter Hurley, Sue Bryce, Susan Stripling, Mike Kelley, Lindsay Adler, and many more.
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CreativeLive is setting a new standard for education by connecting a live, dynamic community of individuals with the world’s top experts. Using a scalable freemium model, CreativeLive is transforming the $100 billion continuing education market by offering frictionless access to the best teachers in the world through a social video platform. The company was founded in April 2010 by world-renowned photographer, director, and artist Chase Jarvis and entrepreneur Craig Swanson. The company is led by CEO Chase Jarvis, backed by Greylock Partners and Social+Capital Partnership, and broadcasts from four state-of-the-art production studios in Seattle and San Francisco.