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Learn everything you need to know about photography for less than $75

Because there's way more to photography than slapping on a filter.


Christine Burkson

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Posted on Mar 16, 2016   Updated on May 27, 2021, 2:09 am CDT

Modern photography is a two-step process—half technical camera work, half post-production processes. The Adobe KnowHow Photography Bundle is designed to boost your skills in both departments.

Anyone can take a snapshot and slap a filter on it. To stand out among today’s mass of Instagramers, it’s important to have refined technical chops. This curated bundle includes 14 video courses from a range of professionals, covering on-location techniques, how to hone your shots in Lightroom and Photoshop, and much more. It’s the closest (and cheapest) you can get to a formal photography education, minus the pretentious artsy scene or college dorm rooms.

If you’ve never picked up a DSLR before, the beginner photography course starts with the absolute basics to help you learn. Once you’re comfortable transitioning from auto to manual settings, the advanced courses will help you ease into shooting landscapes, people, and other common subjects. There are also specialist courses that cover weddings, studio portraiture, using flash, travel, and night photography.

Once you’re snapping away, there are five courses on processing techniques, which cover software such as Photoshop CC, Photoshop Elements 12, and Lightroom. These include a track on the important skill of selecting people and objects, along with a guide to passing the official Adobe Photoshop CC Expert exam. Pro-level techniques, indeed.

These courses would normally set you back over $1000, but you can access them for just $69 at the Daily Dot Store. Grab this deal now to save 93 percent on lifetime access to a quality photo education.

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*First Published: Mar 16, 2016, 1:46 pm CDT