If your learning style is aural / kinestic like me, I find that it's easiest to attend a course & afterwards use photography books to supplement what you have learn (just personal experience). The main national library near Bugis has a number of photography books. Remember to go out to shoot too like what others mention.
I can teach you regarding the basic & intermediate photography details. From there you can develop on your own by shooting more. 3 to 4 hour session. I charge 50 dollars.
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You don't have to spend money for basic photography.
you can learn it through online and if there's anything just go with them and learn from other people.
keep on practice ! save the money for good meal.
I learnt my photography through magazines and YouTube few years ago..from using P mode till I'm now in tuned with using manual at ease...countless of hours of practicing...spend more time shooting.less time editing
Youtube is actually your best resource to learn. Even for photoshop and lightroom.
I learnt LR starting from a site called Lightroom killer tips, youtube videos and just tinkering with the software. Photoshop is a lot more involved with layers and masking and a lot of other jazz. But if you can think of something, and key in the right search words, you will not have any trouble finding anything on youtube.
Practice is key. Keep shooting, look at others' works. From there, observe and deduce what works and what doesn't.
Watch youtube on LR, PS and work alongside and get the hang of it. There's no point if u watch everything but don't practice.
Keep practicing and it will become second nature to u.