I took their course back in the mid-80s and still have all the booklets. Pretty comprehensive and I used their film developing booklet as a refresher to developing my own B&W. I actually reread most of it recently to get myself back into photography and one thing nice about my version is that it was still focused on film. I think the course now might be focused on digital but I'm not sure of that. Also some the other topics covered besides photography basics, i.e. wedding, portraits, sports, you might getaway with just reading things off of the Internet and save some money there instead of getting the booklets. This is assuming that the course is set up the same way as it was back then, with the photography basics first sent then the other information later on.
Last edited by CD55; 09-27-2010 at 12:37 PM. Click to view previous post history.