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$59 for Online Introductory Photography Masterclass at Fine Art Photography (Up to $495 Value)

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Highlights

Students can learn how to immediately improve photography skills and take quality photos with this introductory 18-module masterclass

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The Deal

$59 for an online introductory photography masterclass (value up to $495)

Highlights

  • 18 interactive learning modules
  • Learn how to immediately improve skills and take quality photos
  • Camera settings explained
  • No time limits on completing the course - revisit the modules anytime
  • Includes a completion certificate
  • 20 bonus Photoshop tutorials
  • Member’s networking area to share ideas and interact with other students
  • Dedicated support desk and personalised tutor access
  • Plus many other features, tips, and ideas, downloads, information, and much more

Fine Print

Must redeem by 28 Feb 2022. Redemption required online at https://clickphotographycourse.com/redeem. (1) Enter your name. (2) Enter email address. (3) Enter Voucher Code. (4) Click "Redeem Voucher", provide Groupon codes. Customer support: http://clickphotographycourse.com/support/. The classes that you purchase allow you lifetime access. Standard fine print for all deals. Download free Groupon app for Android and iOS. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s).

About Fine Art Photography

Dedicated to helping wannabe snappers develop their skills and get the most from their picture boxes, Fine Art Photography runs photography courses around Australia for people of all abilities. Classes are held at addresses in various cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth and Brisbane, and are run by renowned photographer Anthony Cottrell. Anthony has over 25 years of experience working professionally in the business and alongside greats such as Anne Geddes and Lord Patrick Litchfield.