Taking a photo just means taking your phone out, but taking a great picture requires some background knowledge. This bundle of four courses straight from Adobe teaches those skills, plus post-processing in Photoshop, and for a little while it's 87% off.
The thing is, every great photographer knows how to use shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and focal length in combination, for creative effect. So if you want to up your photo-taking game, you need to know that stuff too. It's all covered in this bundle, along with more specialized techniques, like night and low-light photography. And because the digital darkroom is so important, there are also courses on getting the most out of Adobe Photoshop CC, and converting images to black and white. In total, that's 200 hours of tuition. Grab the discount via the link, or scroll down for a closer look…
Here are the four courses:
EasyDSLR Beginners Photography Course
More than 4 hours of in-depth instruction, teaching you how to control your flash, shutter speed, aperture, white balance and focus.
Mastering Adobe Photoshop CC: A Definitive Course
Master Photoshop CC over 167 lectures and 13 hours of content, with practical real-life lessons and complete working files.
Night Photography Unlocked Video Course
Over 20 lectures and 4 hours of content on the tools and knowledge of night photography, and a look at how cameras perform in low light.
The Art of Black & White Photography
19 lectures and 6.5 hours of content showing how to set up an efficient black and white workflow, how and when to use a range of conversion techniques, and how to create technically optimal images with Photoshop.
This deal comes with a 30-day refund policy, and unlimited lifetime access to the courses. Check out the link for all the details.
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