Deal 3: Save 57% On This Fantastic Lightroom Post Production Course

Today is day 3 in our 12 Days of Christmas and today is all about helping you improve your post production skills with a great deal on Gavin Gough’s Lightroom Video Tutorials.

The Deal

For one day only you can pick up Gavin’s ‘Post-Production Lightroom Video Course’ for just $29 – that’s a saving of just over 57%.

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This value-packed course with 20 videos, companion eBook and some great high-res RAW files to learn with gives you step by step training in using the incredibly powerful Lightroom to help take the photos that you’ve taken to their potential.

Gavin has thoughtfully created these videos to walk you through the skills you need. From basics right through to more advanced techniques.

Here’s a video that gives you a feel for Gavin and what is covered.

The Photographer’s Post-Production – An Introduction from Gavin Gough on Vimeo.

This course is practical but also a lot of fun and today instead of paying $69 it is yours for $29. Grab it here.

Bundle It to Learn about Post Production Workflow

If you are looking to go beyond just processing your images (as is covered in the course) we’ve also got the option to bundle the processing course with Gavin’s best selling eBook – The Photographer’s Workflow.


This eBook is all about backing up your photos, cataloging and arching images, presets and developing a workflow management system for your precious images that helps keep them safe and secure but also allows you to process them efficiently.

The full bundle of Course and eBook together normally retail for $99 but today only they are yours for just $49.

Two Options: But Only for 24 Hours

So today’s deals in a nutshell.

  1. Grab Gavin Gough’s ‘Post-Production Lightroom Video Course’ for just $29 (normally $69)
  2. OR get Gavin’s ‘Post-Production Lightroom Video Course’ AND his eBook ‘Photographer’s Workflow’ for $49 (normally $99).

But don’t wait too long – this deal is for today only and the clock is ticking.

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