I just have a few topics on University and I got my experience more working on photo business
I am basicly selftaught, I have only taken a few specialized courses in advanced flash photography and retouching. But internet is a great inspirational and an awesome learning tool.
Basically just trial and error. I've always been fascinated with photoshop and post production so in the beginning I wasn't worrying about getting it all right at the camera but with time I saw it as a challenge to get the best possible picture straight out of the camera. When I turned 18 I became a member of Kelby training and have seen every old and new class until this day in 2013.
I'm currently waiting to apply to New England School of Photography (NESOP) in Boston, MA for a two year education as a commercial photographer.
I learn by myself.
actually... i never studied photography.
I had excellent instructors at Boston University, Stephen Frank among them. I also studied film at McGill University, but much of my education has come by way of independent study and on-the-job experience. I love magazines and the Internet as resource guides.
different internet pages, flickr, tumblr, journals, master-classes of Joe Buissink, Filonova Olga and of course, blogs (f.e., Anastasia Volkova's blog).