Learning Photography in Your Homeschool for Free

Learning photography can be a long process, but don’t let that stop you from starting. Photography is rewarding. Whether your student becomes a professional photographer or simply uses what they learn to document family life, the photographs taken will surely become family treasures. The following post is a round-up of free resources for learning photography.


Photography Basics



Learning Basic Photography Elements

Taking Good Photographs

Free Photograph Editing Software

Editing Photographs Tutorials

Sharing Your Photographs

DIY Photography Props and Tools

Free Resources for Learning Photography in Your Homeschool

More Free Resources to Learn Photography

Once you learn the basics, the best way to learn photography is to practice, practice, practice. There are many projects you can do with your digital photos, prints are just the beginning. As you become comfortable with your editing software’s basics, you can explore brushes, presets, frames, and actions. Learning photography is a journey, enjoy it and take lots of pictures!


Vicki Arnold is a happy wife to one, busy homeschooling mama to four, and blogger. You can find her blogging at the Vicki Arnold blog – where P31 & Titus 2 meet Colossians 3:23. If she’s not there, you can probably find her on Pinterest.






  1. Janice Bortner says

    This is sooooo totally awesome. You’ve taken all these great sites and combined them on one page!!! I’ve been working on becoming a professional photographer for a couple of months now. My granddaughter, whom I home school, has said she wants to learn how to be a photographer. This will enable me to find lessons to teach her – that are age apropriate when so many are geared towards adults – and I’ll learn some tricks of the trade along the way! Thank you so much!!!

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