Your iPhone can shoot professional-grade shots. Let award-winning photographer, Chase Jarvis, show you how.

Your iPhone can shoot professional-grade shots. Let award-winning photographer, Chase Jarvis, show you ...

We hear the question asked every year around Apple unveiling event time: is the camera on the new iPhone as good as a DSLR? Last year’s iPhone X again upped the ante for camera performance, prompting even outlets like Forbes to hypothesize that the DSLR’s days may be numbered.

Even if the iPhone camera hasn’t quite surpassed its high-end cousin just yet, there’s no question that the gap is closing. You can take advantage of all the amazing photography power tucked away in your phone with the training in The Quick Guide to Smartphone Photography and Video course, now a ridiculously low $9 (68 percent off) from TNW Deals.

This isn’t just some slapdash instruction either. This course is led by famed photographer Chase Jarvis, a multiple award-winner often cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade. He’s also a believer in smartphone photography and armed with his vast photographic knowledge, Jarvis takes students through ways you can snap simple camera phone pictures that can stand up to work of seasoned pros with high-priced DSLRs.

In these 12 HD video lectures, Jarvis covers how to use natural light both indoors and outside, techniques for shooting tricky action shots or candid moments, landscape photography, and more.

And since still photography is only half of the story, this training also covers how to shoot video with your phone. With these tips, you’ll be shooting 4K video that will look as good on a big screen as it will in a social media post.

Regularly priced at $29, you can skip a lunch one day and instead grab this all-encompassing practical photography training for only nine bucks.

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