2018 Wildlife Photography Bundle
If you love nature and wildlife photography, I have some really good news for you.
You can subscribe to my 2018 Wildlife Photography Bundle and take your wildlife photos to the next level. Subscribe by 12/31/17 and save a whopping 60% discount for only $99 vs. $250. Use discount code EARLYBIRD18 at checkout to get your special discount.
Tired of being disappointed with your wildlife photos and struggling with post-production? This is your chance to master the key skills required to create winning wildlife photos (capture tack sharp images, color management, resizing and cropping for composition, advanced noise reduction, advanced multi-layer sharpening).
Independent of your choice of output mediums, the same fundaments apply. You need to be able to capture critically sharp and compelling images in the field, and then successfully navigate through the post-processing steps which includes color management, cropping and resizing for compelling compositions, noise reduction, and selective sharpening. Because we work in low-light conditions most of the time, we push the limits of camera gear and post-processing more than any other type of photography.
I purposely sequenced the modules in the 2018 Wildlife Photography Bundle in a specific order because it is how you should learn and master the skills to produce winning wildlife images.
If you subscribe to the 2018 Wildlife Photography Bundle by 12/31/17, you can get the entire bundle at a whopping 60% discount for only $99 vs. paying $250 for the individual resources. Starting on January 1, 2018, the new price for the bundle will be $187, still an incredible value at a 25% discount, but why pay more if you don’t have to. Use discount code EARLYBIRD18 at checkout to receive your special 60% discount by 12/31/17.
If you don’t have your camera body, lenses, and teleconverters capturing critically sharp images in the field, the rest of the workflow doesn’t really matter. I struggled with this for over a year before I got this figured out. Every lens, camera body, and teleconverter is manufactured within a range of specifications. I can almost guarantee you that every single lens/camera/teleconverter you own for your wildlife photography needs some form of front or back focus correction to get critically sharp images.
As wildlife photographers, we typically work in low-light conditions using our lenses wide open at high ISO settings. Being able to get tack sharp photos in these conditions is what sets you apart from the crowd. There is no post-processing that can fix these type of errors.
Next, I take you through a comprehensive post-processing workflow in Lightroom and Photoshop that took me 2 years to fully figure out and refine. I walk you through the entire process in this bundle.
2018 Wildlife Photography Bundle Contents
Subscribe to the 2018 Wildlife Photography Bundle by 12/31/17, you can get the entire bundle at a whopping 60% discount for only $99 vs. paying $250 for the individual resources. Starting on January 1, 2018, the new price for the bundle will be $187, still an incredible value at a 25% discount, but why pay more if you don’t have to. Use discount code EARLYBIRD18 at checkout to receive your special 60% discount by 12/31/17.
In addition to the video workshops and eBooks, you will also get access to my private Wildlife Photography Journal where I share in-depth articles and updates from the field throughout the year on a variety of topics such as photographing black bears in the Smoky Mountains, my techniques for successful birds in flight photography, trip reports, and much more. I live this stuff on a daily basis, and I want to share it with you to help you in your wildlife photography too. These articles do not appear on my blog or anywhere else. My private Wildlife Photography Journal updates occur throughout the year, based on current activities and projects and I deliver these updates in beautifully formatted PDF documents.
You get free updates for life for all of the video workshops and the eBook in this special bundle, and you receive my private Wildlife Photography Journal during 2018. This simply means that if I modify or add new material, you will receive an automated email to download the revised materials for free.
I will be releasing the video workshops and ebooks throughout the year and you will receive an email notification to log into your library at gumroad.com to get access to the materials. If you have purchased other workshops or training materials from me in the past, make sure you use the same email address when you make this new purchase so that all of your training is in one account.
I invest a significant amount of time creating each of my learning resources, and I do not rush to get things published because the quality is critical.
The current release schedule for the bundle is as follows: # 1 (January) # 2 (February) # 3 (March) # 4 (April) # 5 (May). I may release the materials sooner than this, but I wanted to set realistic expectations for you.
2018 is going to be a fun year and I look forward to connecting with you and sharing our passion for nature and wildlife photography.
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