“Are You Tired Of Taking Inconsistent Photos? David Peterson can help fix it for you in less than 5 minutes a day – For FREE!
“The Secrets For Taking Awesome Photos
Can Now Be Yours – FREE!”
Simply use your first name and your email address as your password – then click the “Free Access!” button to enter. I take your privacy very seriously. All your information is kept 100% confidential.
I will send you an email with your very first photo tip. You can start immediately or simply save the email and read the techniques later.
Take stunning landscapes like this…
- This is not one of the regular courses! Prepare to learn photography the fun way!
- Inside, there are 21 simple and effective photo taking tips. Learn at your own pace right from home!
- Master your camera in the shortest time possible… while your photos keep improving with every single shot you take! (You’ll instantly learn things that others pay thousands of bucks for!)
- Ever wanted to know what terms like Aperture, Shutter Speed, Focal Length and F-Stop mean? I explain them in easy-to-understand terms.
- IMPORTANT: This training is completely FREE
No obligation to buy. No Contracts. No hassles.
How Will My Tips and Techniques Make You A Better Photographer?
Each day you’ll get a new photo tip in your email that will help you to take better photos. Even though my mini-course has over 21 tips, you’ll find yourself taking better shots by using just two or three tips! Imagine how great your photos will be after the 21st tip….
My tips for better photos are simple, well written, and easy to implement. But they’re astonishingly effective.
Here’s Some Of The Fantastic Photo Techniques You Will Receive:
There’s a really simple photography tip that will improve your photos 10 fold instantly. You don’t even need any fancy equipment or settings! It’s so simple and so effective, it’s my first tip. You’ll receive this immediately upon entering your email above.
When zooming in on Point and Shoot cameras, your image can sometimes look all blurry and grainy. In this better photo tip, I tell you why, and how you can use a different zoom to get a crisp, clear image.
There’s a little known tip, used all the time by professionals, that results in a pleasing, nicely balanced photo. In this photography tip, I discuss what it is, and how incredibly easy it is to use in your own photos.
We all love photos of kids! They have such wonderful faces, and usually love to be in front of the camera. Unlike us adults who tend to shy away from cameras! But children can also be unpredictable, and for that you need some special skills as a photographer.
I know I keep saying it, but this is another tip (only available with digital cameras) that ensures you will always walk away from a party or gathering with some perfect shots. This beautifully simple photography tip is the main reason why I love shooting with digital.
Sick of the wait between when you press the shutter and when the shot is taken? It’s called shutter delay and is caused by your camera needing to focus on your subject. Guess what? The delay can be eliminated! Now my subjects haven’t moved out of frame before the shot is taken.
It’s a tripod. I know what you’re giong to say. They’re bulky and clumsy and get in the way of a great shot. However, what I’ll tell you in this tip will change your outlook entirely.
This is another really simple tip that’s extremely effective and will make your otherwise boring images really stand out!
Flash isn’t just for night time. When I first discovered this simple photographic tip for daylight photography, I almost fell out of my chair! A flash helps to eliminate dark shadows on your subject. A picture with less shadows looks much better than one with dark subjects you can’t see.
This secret tells you how to get the perfect shot for any action scene (like a child blowing out a candle). You won’t need to settle for the ‘too soon’ or ‘too late’ shot again.
This camera tip will help keep your photographs fresh and interesting to you as well as your audience. And as a bonus, you’ll suddenly start seeing more than what meets the eye, and your skills as photographer will grow.
Photography is all about light. It’s the action of light hitting the image sensor at the back of the camera that creates our shots. So it makes sense to look at the light around you before you compose your image.
And there are lots more secrets!
There are another 9 tips to make up the 21 day course covering subjects like Red Eye Reduction flash, Predefined Modes and using the LCD.
But it doesn’t stop there! I’ve expanded the course with some bonus video interviews and heaps more photo tips to keep you shooting for years.