$547.00 USD

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 Bundle Travel Photography with the Smartphone for a one time reduced price of $97.00!

This is a one time offer to get almost 70% off the $297 course price.

 

Ditch the heavy and cumbersome DSLR camera and lens and learn how to capture stunning travel photos with the smartphone.

 

What you'll get:

  • Learn how to unlock your cameras hidden features
  • Understand composition and lighting options
  • Use people in your photos with skill
  • Learn the best way to tell the story of your travels with photos
  • Look beyond the cliche photos
  • Improve your photos with simple phone editing apps and turn your images in framable artwork

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iPhone Photography for Interior Designers and Home Stagers

I can't wait for you to create stunning interior design photos with your iPhone!

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What's Included:

  • 🖥 7 Amazing modules to hone your photo skills
    • Intro to the techy stuff
    • Discover photo composition
    • Lowdown on lighting
    • Photograph your best selfies
    • Best practices for Interior Photography to rock your portfolio
    • Photographing Tabletop
    • Editing Basics
    • PLUS THREE Bonus Classes!
    • How to photograph flat lays & small products
    • How to photograph window treatments
    •  How to photograph vignettes
  • 🏆 30 day money back guarantee. After completing the class, if you aren't satisfied, get your money back!

Payment Details:

  • One payment only of $547
  • Payment will be deducted from your Credit Card or Paypal account automatically and you'll be emailed a receipt from either Stripe or Paypal.

What's happens next?

You will be taken to your new Library Page to access your course.


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"When Linda came out with her class...I bought it immediately! Wow!! It made such a difference in my photography! And it wasn't just about technique...It was also giving me different perspectives on what to shoot to make the pictures more interesting."