Get Access to Hundreds of Photography Courses for Just 55 Cents per Day

Todays deal is epic. It gives you access to the teaching of some of the world’s best photography educators for a whole year for just a few cents per day.

What better way to head into 2015!

In a nutshell today’s deal is that we’ll give you access to KelbyOne for a full year for $189 – $60 off the regular price.

This works out to a be a full year of photography training for just 55 cents per day.

KelbyOne was founded by best selling author, online personality and pro photographer Scott Kelby and it brings together 80 photography instructors who have put together hundreds of photography courses on all manner of topics related to photography.

Their instructors are amazing and include people like Scott Kelby himself, Trey Ratcliff, Corey Barker, Rick Sammon, Mia Mccormick, Joe McNally and many many more.

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And then there are the courses! They’re arranged by categories including photography, photoshop, lightroom, design, video, business and more and cover almost any topic you can think of that relate to photography.

I just had a look over their courses page and stopped counting when I got to 450! That’s over one course per day for the next year!

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Courses are targeted at photographers of all levels (there’s even a special Beginners track). They can be viewed on your computer or other devices and they even have a way to take them offline if you’re going to be on a train, plane or elsewhere without wifi.

Not only that but you’ll get the Photoshop User Magazine and some cool discounts on gear, plug-ins, hardware and more.

Lastly – as a special bonus for dPS readers they giving anyone who signs up today 200 creative presets and actions for Lightroom and Photoshop.

So if you’re hoping 2015 will be a year for you to improve your photography – this is a deal for you. But don’t wait too long – it only lasts 24 hours!

Sign up for KelbyOne here today and set yourself up for a great year of photographic learning.

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