January 19, 2014

Wedding Photography Training

New Year, New Career! Is Wedding Photography For You?

Wedding Photography Training

Update July 2021: This DVD course is no longer available but we will be updating it in the future. Please sign up to our newsletter for alerts on this and other news.

As we head deeper into the year, I am busy preparing for various wedding fairs and other projects. On occasion, I have to stop to realise how lucky I am!

I never get those Monday morning blues. This is because every day, I wake up and look forward to the work I have for that day. That never really happened when I worked in a corporate environment in London.

Are you are in a job you really don't like and have been thinking of making a career change lately? Maybe you just need to supplement your current income? If so, we have a special wedding photography training offer for you for the rest of January.

We are reducing the price of the Wedding Photography Blueprint 2.0 DVD's to just £57 until the 1st February. That includes free delivery anywhere in the world!

Note: Once this deal is over, the price will rise to £97 so grab a copy today!

Wedding photography can produce a nice part time income or a really healthy full time salary. It could easily match that of your boss or a company director, it's all about the time and effort you put into it.

Of course, you need to know what you are doing and that is where we come in.

The Wedding Photography Blueprint 2.0 DVD's cover everything including:

  • Camera settings
  • Dealing with low light
  • Getting and dealing with clients
  • Building your own successful website

Don't forget, this limited time deal includes:

  1. 1
    Free delivery worldwide
  2. 2
    Free access to our online membership section to watch in HD right away
  3. 3
    5 bonus eBooks

Check out the main website below for more details and sample clips and make your New Year's resolution a reality. Before the price goes up to £97:

Wedding Photography Training is almost timeless. The techniques, skills and training I used in the 90's is pretty much the same as the 20's. Apart from camera tech, you still need people skills, composition and lighting skills and a good old "eye for a picture".

Please comment below if you have any questions or thoughts...

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