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Introduction: The world is currently witnessing near-total closure due to COVID-19, and new technology has been developed to find solutions that accept and allow for the educational process to be applied while taking precautions into account. As a result of research in academics at the College of Education, modes of education have moved towards a blended form that mixes both traditional teachings inside classrooms and online teaching. Therefore, we aimed to determine the effect of this type of teaching in the development of the psychomotor skills of physical education students studying digital photography at the College of Education. Methods: We used the experimental method with a sample that we selected using the intentional method, which included 11 students studying digital photography at the department of physical education at the College of Education, King Faisal University. Results: All ten skills that we assessed showed statistically significant differences between their respective means of the pre-and post-measurements of the sample, the latter of which were favored. Conclusions: The physical education students showed excellence in working with the blended digital photography program. They have sufficient skills that qualify them to benefit from the program, thus developing their psychomotor skills.