Looking To Improve Your Photography Skills?

First published on: Tuesday, 23 January 2007

There are numerous ways for improving your photography skills, and I’d like to personally suggest that you visit various photography forums to interact with the community, post photos and learn from the critique and comments your photos receive. This was how I started my photography back in mid-2002 — I bought a Nikon Coolpix 4500 and joined the Nikon Talk forum at DPReview.com.

Later, you might decide to go further with your photography, and take a structured approach to sharpening your skills. There are various books out there (actually, a ton of them) that teach you exactly that, and I bought a few myself, namely Peter iNova’s Nikon eBook, John Shaw’s Nature Photography, William Cheung’s Black and White Camera Craft, and a few Photoshop books.

All of these are good, but they focused on one aspect of photography, and you might be looking for something a little more general.

Let me introduce to you David Peterson’s Digital Photo Secrets ebook. It is an ebook that retails for USD47, and although I haven’t personally read through it, here’s a pretty convincing testimonial on the Digital Photography Secrets course written by Rayman Lee of LensesAndPixels.com.

However, I don’t recommend that you buy the ebook immediately, but rather, sign up for the free e-course through the link below — that way, you’ll know for sure whether the ebook is right for you or not:
Click here to sign up for David Peterson’s free Digital Photography Secrets e-course.

Now, here’s the deal I was talking about in the introduction of this post.

If you think you’ll anjoy the benefits of enhancing your photography with David’s Digital Photography Secrets ebook, click the e-course link above, and if you end up buying his material, I will email you a complimentary Amazon.com gift certificate worth $10, no questions asked.

David sends me a referral fee for anyone who ends up purchasing the course through the given link, and the $10 cash back is just a way to say Thank You for buying the ebook.

Alternatively, you can choose to have the $10 value sent directly to your Paypal account — some prefer this option as a matter of convenience.

All you need to do is send me the particulars of your Order or Transaction ID using this contact form, and once I have cross-checked that against the system, the Amazon.com gift certificate is immediately yours in the email, or you’ll get funds in your Paypal (remember to mention your Paypal account ID in your message to me).

Please note that this deal is made in my own personal capacity, and is not initiated either by David Peterson, Paypal or Amazon.com.

If you decide not to take advantage of the deal, no problems. You can still contact me with related suggestions, comments or questions. Once again, please use this contact form.

David Chin

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