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I'm 35 next year and just getting properly into photography. I'm about to buy a X pro2 with the 27mm f2 WR lens. When I left school I went straight into an apprenticeship (locksmith), then moved to the cigar trade, then IT support, then IT project management, then marketing! I'm currently an Account Director for a creative agency. So as you can guess I've had a varied career. Throughout all of this it's annoyed, especially in recent years that I didn't get a degree. I'm tempted by the Open University and a degree in photography feels like it would tick the creative box, be a degree in something I'm passionate about and also get me that degree! Has anyone done the open university photography degree? If so I'd like to know if it's enjoyable/rewarding? I'm guessing more people will say it's a waste of time but not having a degree has held up my career in the past. Be great to hear people's opinions...
Looking for recommendations for online training courses in both photography and post processing. There are so many advertised so it's going to be a fact that most are rubbish and a waste of time and money. I've even briefly looked into an Open University course, from basic to degrees. I'd like to do a course on medium working to advanced photography and then a course in Lightroom/Photoshop development.