“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!”


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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:

Secret 1: The Simplest Tip

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.

Secret 2: Improving Clarity Using The Right Zoom Tool

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.

Secret 3: Composition Secrets

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.

Secret 4: Secrets For Shooting Kids

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.

Secret 5: Ensure you’ll Always Have A Great Shot

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.

Secret 6: Stop the Delay!

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.

Secret 7: The piece of equipment professionals never leave the house without.

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.

Secret 8: Enhance the creativity of your shots

This is another really simple tip that’s extremely effective and will make your otherwise boring images really stand out!

Secret 9: Using Flash During The Day

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.

Secret 10: Get the perfect candle-blowing image – Everytime

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.

Secret 11: Keep It Fresh

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.

Secret 12: Look For Light

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.

All for free. Sign up today!

Don’t Take My Word For it. Here’s What Others Have To Say

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  1. carina says:

    This is a totally new experience to me, and I love it! Thanks alot for your help!

  2. victor gomez jr says:

    I had an account, in the past but I dont have an SLR at the time now I got one. I like Photography so much, and I’m really interested to learn. I am now 64 years old… Many thanks David.

  3. Eubank says:

    Hi
    I love photograph, I think if read every day those tips i can achaive something.
    Thank You very much.

  4. Derek Taylor says:

    Dear Mr Peterson, Thank you for your excellent guide. I’m a journalist and thought I was an adequate chap with an SLR which I used mostly to hide behind in places like Vietnam. It’s an odd fact that – for orthodox cowards like me – you are distracted from the Get the Hell Out of Here reflex in what my trade calls bang-bang work. But my switch to digital (Nikon S3300) in more peaceful duties of pic-with-story has suitably humiliated me. Your first installment has been like a refreshing cold shower after a hot day. If ever you decide to publish an old-fashioned print version of it and need some editing, please let me know. The pleasure of returning some of what you have done for me would be more than reward enough. Thank you again. Derek Taylor

  5. Joy Hudson says:

    I really, really appreciate what you are doing for us all. I have no desire to be a professional, but I DO want to be competent, a: with my camera, and b: know I will get decent pictures! You are doing just that for me. Thank you

  6. FREDDY MAILA says:

    Dear David
    I would like to thank you and appreciate the opportunity you are giving us..i developed my love for photography 10 years ago and since then until now..i’ve never met any one who knows photography as much as you do and i hope to learn a lot from you.

    Thank you

  7. Irwin Partridge says:

    Hi David
    Thank You for your photography tips they are brilliant I haven’t been able to purchase your e book yet but plan to do so as soon as I can.I have been struggling with my photography for a while,and with my camera I have an eos 60D.I will look forward to receiving more of your tips.
    Thank You with much appreciation.
    Irwin Partridge.

  8. pauline says:

    Dear David,
    Thank you very much for the wonderful education that you offer even for people like myself who cannot purchase your book. I am learning so much and hope that someday, I can make money at my art. Again, thank you.
    In appreciation,
    pauline

  9. Russ says:

    Thank`s Dave, i have leaned something already, looking forward to what is next.

  10. Lisa-Jane says:

    Hi Dave

    Just started your free course and my photos have improved from Day One!

    Thanks

    Lisa-Jane

  11. Shashi Kassen says:

    Thanks David for your offer to teach basics for beginners.
    Highly appreciated.
    Shashi

  12. Dave Johnstone says:

    Hi Dave,
    I just want to thank you for sharing your tips, as a newy to slr camera’s i found your tips sooo valuable.

    I had just got my canon eod d in the past few weeks and already used both different sorts of lighting as well as fire works, tgripods and remotes are sooo handy, would love to get some more feed back as to how to improve by sharing a couple of the shots.

    Regards dave J

  13. Casper says:

    Thank you David for the 21 tips, they are very helpful, practical and easy to understand. it was realy a super course
    Thanks
    Casper

  14. Brendon South Africa says:

    Thanks for sharing your tips, realy helps allot

  15. Tina says:

    Thank You.

  16. Keo says:

    Thanks for share Idea,it ‘s important for me

  17. Angelique says:

    I have just started photography and i love it so much. iIbelieve that your tips will make my new bussiness a huge succes.

    Thanks allot David
    Regards Angie

  18. Ed says:

    I have taken pictures for a while, but when I read the information from you I found out how much I didn’t know. Thanks

  19. helen o edwards says:

    I have learned several tricks to shooting my Cannon Digital Camera that i received for Christmas last year…Lighting at night had been a complete failure before i read the tricks for shooting at night…
    There is not one t hat i have not used at one time or another as i go around shooting pictures every where i go and what ever time it might be’
    Thanks so much..

  20. Laurette Bezuidenhout says:

    Thank you very much. Laurette

  21. lori stensby says:

    I’m not sure what to say. but if your giving tips for free I’m all for it. How do I sign up.It sounds like it works so can you help me? thank you in advance. from lori stensby

  22. Indrajith Perera says:

    I am just started photography . I need to improve my knowledge !

  23. Aloha Dave, Awesome book!! Peace and Aloha, Tony

  24. giles love says:

    i have taken the 21 lesson course & want to thank you for it. i would like the 9 lesson course if possible . everyone needs to take the 21 lesson course, not only is it free but you can learn a lot if you pay attention…….

  25. Julian says:

    HI DAVE
    Your book is awesome. I really enjoyed the advice.

    Keep up the good work.

    Julian

  26. Meryl says:

    New at photography, and loving every minute

  27. BILL YOUNG says:

    Hi David
    I just wanted to say that I really enjoy your book. I carry it with my camera always and refere to it frequently. I also print many of your tips and keep them in a 3 ring binder.
    I am retired and I am really trying to improve my photo skills.
    Keep the e-mails coming.

    Bill Young

  28. ibecamewe says:

    I have your book from last many time and i got more benefits on photography. Thank you for published this book.

  29. nikki says:

    omg this is soo great i have gotten a camera for christmas and have been wondering exactley how go get the best pic it looks like you can help

  30. Elljay says:

    Hello David,
    I would just like you to know that I think your photography newsletters are my favorite out of all the ones I subscribe to. Thanks for all the great tips and advise. Keep up the great work!
    Have yourself a Happy Holiday.
    Cheers Elljay

  31. SUBHOJIT says:

    Thanks David,,,,your tips are very helpful…

  32. Dup de Wet says:

    I enjoy all your fotography tips. Thank you very much.

  33. dennis says:

    in want to kearn and enjoy photgraphy thanks for the tips… God bless you

  34. Tammy says:

    Yes I would love to learn more!

  35. Luisa Pinheiro says:

    Hi!
    I try every day learning one more skils, technic, To improve my photos.
    Thank you.

  36. chandre says:

    HI DAVE I LOVE YOUR WAY OF DOING THINGS SUCH AS TELL YOUR VIEWERS HOW TO TAKE PICTURES AND SHARING YOUR SECRET WOW WELL DONE IN FUTURE I WILL PURCHASED YOUR BOOK AS I`M REALLY INTO PHOTOGRAPHY ALTHOUGH I HAVE NO EXPERIENCE AND I ALWAYS WANTED TO EXPLORE WITH TAKING PICTURES SUCH GREAT FUN TO HAVE.THANKS AGAIN
    CHANDRE ABSALON

  37. Pramod says:

    Valuble simple easy grasp My thanks well done

  38. Greg says:

    Hi David !!!! I was standing outside tonight and said to myself that I wanted to start taking OUTSTANDING photos instead of what I considered candid shots whether it was a Portrait shoot, Wedding, or Special Occasion. So, I immediately walked inside and typed “how to take outstanding photos” and your site was the first one that showed up and the best of all it was a FREE COURSE !!!!!!! Thank you for the opportunity to learn all I possibly can from your site and to give you all the credit………… Hope to meet you someday to thank you in person!!!!!!!

    Sincerely,
    Greg

  39. Pat Boase says:

    Too good for words.

  40. hendrick sibara says:

    hi David, in life its not to late to learn, i am enjoying the way you make it very simple to follow your instruction, and I am passing it to my teammate to also benefit from this lesson.
    have a good day

  41. Darryl says:

    Hi David congrats on your bday may there be many more to come…well your photographictips helped me achieved many wonderful things in not only my workplace…having said that I had 36 frontpage photo’s by only one local news papers and many more in other provincial newspapers so tanx pal I evEn start training disadvantage kids.{where I live there is many many poverty in this rural community….two of my students received accalades from two magazines and im stll going strong…you helped me in order to help others…thats not all.Ganmothers had a competition to take pictures of their children and guess what my four students{the youtngest sixty seven years old!} came 1st secon third and fourth respectively!God bless…I wish i can post the pics of poverty stricken comunities for the world to see…Darryl R Plaatjies

  42. john rose says:

    Best thing I ever done wqas to take your tips and put them into practice! What a difference Thanks and thanks again
    John

  43. john rose says:

    Hi David! Since I srarted to receive your tips, I can honestly say, that I’ve become a more accomplished photographer. Not the best! But am improving all the time, and I like nothing better than to take a flask of coffe and nibbles. I can spend all day taking photo’s, of anything and everythimg Thank’s to you
    Regards John

  44. Bobby says:

    I thank God for such an unselfish person as yourself. I didn’t know anything about digital photo until i signed up for for your e-mail. Now i am called to take pictures for the family, Churches and other events. I have been offered money but don’t feel i am worthy even thou i am told so. thank you so much
    Bobby

  45. John Abildgaard Christensen says:

    Hi David. Congratulations on your birthday. I send you my very best regards. You are a very fantastic person. In a comerciel world like yous you are a very amizing man: To give away your tips for free, is a very genrous thing to do. In Denmark we have a saying: “you can never be too generous.” This is a fraze which you fully live up to. Thank you for a lot of inspiering hours together with your tricks a.s.o. I use your tricks on a dayly bacis, whenever I go out “shooting.” Good luck and thank you very much for beeing such a fine person.
    John Abildgaard Christensen, Kibaek Denmark.

  46. I love photographing photos. It is my hobby and I want to improve on it further. I will be delighted to gain this skill as I am ready to learn! Wishing you well and may God lead us ahead! Bye!

  47. Viola says:

    Your program has been very inspiring and knowledgable,I have learned alot and I can’t wait to learn more.Thank you very much, sincerly Viola

  48. Calvin says:

    Dear David’
    I that your article on workflow was really important and came at a good time for me too. I have leaned the hard way that saving only in original format and continuing to work on jpeg can ruin many hours of work and good images. I didn’t know that they were ruined until I had them blown up and the deteriation of quality was horrendous.
    I appreciate your work David and I hope you get what you want out of your world of photography.
    Regards
    Calvin

  49. Ashokan Subbarayan says:

    One must be fortunate to go thro’ the tips. Even the most difficult topics like zoom, depth of field, flash are clearly dealt with. ALL tips if followed sincerely will make anyone take stunning photographs. I wholeheartedly appreciate Petersons’ philanthropic service to the common man. Long live Peterson!

  50. Estelle says:

    Hi, just need to learn more and get good advice and tips

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