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Deal Of The Day: 96% Off On Pro Digital Photography & Photoshop Bundle

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You bought a nice dSLR because you know that it will take better pictures than what you’re smartphone is capable. But, well, it turns out there’s a little more to it than pointing and shooting. Yes, you can learn, and what better way to become a proficient photographer than with the Pro Digital Photography & Photoshop Bundle?

Ever wondered what it takes to be a professional photographer? Whether you want to be a paparazzo or a wedding photographer, this bundle teaches you how to master manual photography. It’ll teach you everything from pinpointing exposure to mastering the perfect landscape shot to perfecting fine art techniques. And the course doesn’t stop there: It walks you through Photoshop and details how to take a photo from zero to hero through videos and easy-to-follow instructions.

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Normally $799, this course is available now for $29!

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Samsung: Take A Self-Portrait, Not A Selfie

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With a little bit of imagination and creativity, advertising agencies can often take a dull message (“Hey! New point-and-shoot camera!”) and come up with an angle that makes the product stand out. Take the above Van Gogh self-portrait… It’s an ad by the agency Leo Burnett Switzerland for Samsung’s new “NX mini [camera] with a 3-inch flip-up display and interchangeable wide-aperture lens”, and features three iconic self-portraits, re-imagined as if they’d been made by taking a selfie. It thus tries to elevate the banal act of taking a selfie into something more grandiose, implying that this camera will somehow make them more special. Yeah… nice try. A selfie is a selfie and the ad won’t make us want to buy a dedicated point-and-shoot that doesn’t do much more than what our phones can do. But… it’s still a nice try. Gotta give credit where it’s due. So hit the jump for two more of these ads.

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