KelbyOne has lots of great content, but this time of year the spring colors offer a great time to add some landscape shots to your portfolio. To help increase your odds of getting a great shot, here’s a complete list of KelbyOne landscape photography courses that are currently available:
If you are one of many people with KelbyOne already, then all you need to do is login and watch any of the courses above. If you don’t have an account already then it’s easy to sign up with the special offer at the end of this post.
Top Ten KelbyOne Courses
Already watched these courses or not interested in Landscape Photography?
Curious about what courses you should take?
Here’s a list of the top 10 courses on KelbyOne.com right now:
- Light It. Shoot It. Retouch it – On a Budget with Hot Shoe Flash
- Shooting Travel Photos Like a Pro
- Conquering Midday Light Lindsay Adler
- Simple Lighting Techniques for Photographers Tony Corbell
- Learning to Shoot Photographically Bill Fortney
- Creative Compositing: Professional Techniques for Composite Joel Grimes Photography
- Creative Compositing Part 2: Putting it Together in Photoshop Joel Grimes
- Perfect Posing Techniques for Wedding Photographers Jerry Ghionis
- Making Great Photos in Bad Weather Joe McNally
- Crush The Composition - Scott Kelby
April 2015 Special Offer
For this month only, I have a special coupon code for this deal only:
CLICK HERE and enter
Here’s what it looks like when you enter the coupon and click Apply Coupon:
When this expires you can use my normal KelbyOne coupon code found in my review.
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Need some new landscape photography gear? Check out these reviews:
- Nikon D750 -
- Sony a6000 (includes 16-70mm lens)
- Sony a7 (includes Samyang lens)
- Sony a7R
- Nikon D810 (includes SIGMA 50mm Art & Otus 55mm)
- Zeiss Otus 55m f/1.4
- Zeiss Otus 85mm f/1.4
Here’s a fun article to figure out how to get your significant other to agree to getting some new gear:
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