Join over 10,000 students who are becoming GREAT PHOTOGRAPHERS!

Background photo by our student Troy Snider

Most people who buy expensive cameras get intimidated by all the buttons and never use them.

Are you constantly frustrated with your photos?

Do you feel like a “wannabe” photographer?

We make easy, step-by-step courses that teach you how to become a great photographer in less time.

3 Easy Steps to Becoming a Great Photographer


Learn your camera settings, lighting and composition so you can take amazing photos every time.


Learn to edit & organize like a pro and recreate the powerful emotions you felt when capturing the photo.


Learn to edit & organize like a pro and recreate the powerful emotions you felt when capturing the photo.

Are you ready to take photos that you can brag about?

We’ve helped over 10,000 students (like you) learn to take pro-quality images and become great photographers.

Hear From Some of Our Students…

Now, it’s your turn to take photos like these above that make other photographers jealous!

Good News! You're 3 Quick Steps Away From Taking Better Photos!

Learn to edit and organize like a pro in Lightroom and Photoshop to transform your photos into pro-quality images.

Start having people beg to pay you for your photography (even if you don't want to go pro).

Meet Your Mentor – David Molnar

David Molnar is a celebrity and advertising photographer, believer and family man.

His work has been seen on millions of Pepsi cans, in People Magazine, on American Idol, and in The New York Times.

His clients include Google, Pepsi, & Sony among many others. Feeling so blessed to be realizing his dreams, David is now focusing on being “Your Photography Mentor.”

He is helping tens of thousands of photographers pursue THEIR dreams by creating world-class photo education, inspiration & resources.

Learn more about David's company and meet the rest of his team.

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