Here’s how to take photos and videos that don’t suck

Here’s how to take photos and videos that don’t suck

If you’re still taking out-of-focus, poorly lit, crappy pictures and can’t hold a video camera still for two seconds to save your life, there’s really no excuse. It’s 2018 — and virtually every human on the planet has a ridiculously powerful camera all but grafted into their hand during most waking hours.

The ability to snap images and capture clean video isn’t just a skill anymore. It’s practically a prerequisite for interpersonal communication now, not to mention a virtual work requirement in more and more industries. Come out the Dark Ages with the help of The Beginner-to-Expert Photography and Videography course bundle ($29, over 90 percent off, from TNW Deals).

This collection gathers together 8 courses featuring over 45 hours of training that can help anyone take better pictures and shoot better video almost instantly.

These courses don’t just include primers on how to use a DSLR, a video camera or even a smartphone for content creation. This instruction reaches beyond the basics to expert tips on editing images and video, getting hired and selling work as a photographer or videographer and even how to use drones to capture amazing aerial footage.

The courses include:

  • DSLR Video Production: Start Shooting Better Video Today (a $199 value)
  • Cinematography Master Class: Start Shooting Better Video Now (a $199 value)
  • Video Production Bootcamp (a $199 value)
  • Drones: Beginner Aerial Videography (a $199 value)
  • Photography DSLR Skills (a $199 value)
  • Complete Photography 101 Master Class (a $199 value)
  • The Ultimate Photography Course In Post-Processing And Editing (a $199 value)
  • Photography for Beginners Master Class (a $199 value)

Each course is a $200 value, but with this limited time offer, the entire package is available now for less than $4 each, only $29.

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