Stacksocial has a Photography Bundle of Seven Online Video courses with a runtime of over 48 hours for $49. The seven courses and their descriptions are listed over there. You have a 30 day money back guarantee if you don't like them. You get unlimited access to the courses by paying this one time fee. You can watch on any computer or iPads/iPhones.
If you are interested in training videos for a number of Adobe products, Train Simple is offering a lifetime access plan for over 5000 of their Adobe training videos for a one-time $79 purchase price at Stacksocial. The price includes current and future courses and includes the 2014 Creative Cloud. These are cloud-hosted videos, you have to watch them with a web browser or iOS or Android.
If you are only interested in Creative Cloud training videos, they offer a different bundle at Stacksocial for $60.
As always be sure to read the terms, conditions, restrictions, comments over there if you are not familiar with the offers. Ask them questions if you are not certain.
The Season 1 of the new Cosmos Spacetime Odyssey with Neil deGrasse Tyson will be released June 10 in 2014 and its pre-orders are discounted. You can now get the Blu-Rays for $30 or the DVD set for $25 at Amazon.com by Amazon herself. Amazon.com offers pre-order price guarantee, so you will pay the lowest price possible (offered at Amazon.com by Amazon herself) on release date. Lots of astro-photography and science!
PS: when the price drops on the website, it may take a few hours before the price of your previously placed pre-order gets adjusted. It will get adjusted, it just doesn't happen immediately.
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If you are a fan of photography in documentaries, the new Cosmos with Neil de Grassy Tyson, "A Spacetime Odyssey" made its debut this Sunday on TV and the DVDs and BluRays of the first season are now available for pre-order at Amazon.com. The BluRay set goes for $42 while the DVD set goes for $35.
Amazon.com offers a pre-order price guarantee on media pre-orders (books, movies, video, software, video games), so you will pay the lowest price between the time you pre-order it and the end of day of the actual day it ships. If the price drops below your pre-order price, the price of your pre-order will be automatically adjusted in your Orders page (usually a few hours later). If the price drops on shipping date, your payment will be adjusted accordingly (depending on credit card or gift card and such). You don't need to contact customer support for the price adjustment, their computers take care of it.
AmazonLocal is offering a choice from three online photography classes for $24 each. The classes are offered by FotoClasses. The three options are "Learn How to Use Your DSLR" or "Learn Black and White Photography" or "Learn How to Photograph Landscapes". Limit one voucher for you and two more as gifts for others. Check terms/conditions over there for more details. This is a limited time offer (expiration date not mentioned over there).
Stacksocial is offering the The Ultimate DSLR Camera Course Bundle by Ken Schultz for $30. This bundle includes two video courses, the 4-hour Digital Photography Course for Beginners and the 6-hour Advanced Digital Photography Course. These are video classes and include unlimited online viewing access without a time restriction (this is not a subscription). In other words, this is a one time fee. The terms/conditions say "forever", but that of course is not a realistic thing, since no one can guarantee the future of the internet or of websites or of this planet or of this reality :) They come with a 15 day money back guarantee. Offer ends around 3/2/14.
The EOSHD Panasonic GH2 Shooter's Guide e-book (PDF) by Andrew Reid of EOS-HD is on sale for $20. The regular price is $30. Payment via Paypal and the book is automatically e-delivered after the payment goes through. Description of the e-book and purchase link at EOS HD.
Stacksocial is offering the Night Photography tutorial (3 hours of lessons in online video format) by photographer Neil Creek for $16. You get lifetime access to the online course. You get a 30-day money back guarantee. The course is designed for novice photographers. Ends in about two weeks from today.
Stacksocial is offering a one-year subscription to the Photoshop Video Academy for $49. They offer video tutorials on Photoshop, Lightroom, and Illustrator. This is a subscription service, you can watch all tutorials available, including new ones added later on, while your subscription is active. When your subscription ends, you can't watch anything any more. All sales are final on this offer. Check website for more details. Expires around mid-February 2014.
AmazonLocal is offering the Digital Photography with Adobe Photoshop online course for $70. This is offered by the "DSLR Pro Academy". This covers photography and photoshop, this is not a photoshop for experts course. The Photoshop software is not included. Once you redeem the voucher, you have 12 months to complete the course. This is not lifetime access. Be sure to read the terms/conditions/restrictions since there is no standard for online courses (some can be downloaded, some are cloud, some are lifetime, some time-limited, some include future editions, some don't, etc, etc, etc). Offer ends by 1/21/14 at 3am ET.
Stacksocial is offering their Annual Adobe Holiday Season Training Bundle for $50 with a 30 day money back guarantee. The tutorials are taught by John Bura and cover Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects. They include holiday-specific lessons and walk-throughs, thus the "holiday season" bundle. This bundle includes 147 lessons with a runtime of over six hours. You get unlimited, lifetime access to this course. See listing over there for more details.
Sadly the shopping cart denies the coupon for this item, even though they don't mention that some items are ineligible for the promotion. That what happens when company stores are run by amateur outsourcers. All apologies for the false alarm...
The HBO Store is offering the Half Past Autumn: The Life and Works of Gordon Parks DVD for $14 with free shipping when you enter coupon code CYBER during checkout. The price is $20, the coupon is 30% off, thus $14. I don't know the exact expiration times of the coupon and the free shipping promotions.
Photigy.com is offering a free Studio Product Photography starter course. You have to enter your name and email address in order to access it.
We became the guinea pigs for you, so you can get a feeling of what to expect:
1) you enter your name and email address at the aforelinked page
2) you receive an email within a minute with a confirmation request (an aweber.com confirmation link)
3) you click on the aweber link in the email to confirm that you want to join their emailing list. This is a prerequisite to access the course. You can always unsubscribe later on.
4) then you receive another email with the link to the course and the password to access it. Once you do that, you get to the page with the video course
The course consists of five video lessons with Alex Koloskov teaching. The videos are streaming in the browser. Total video runtime is 76 minutes. If you want to download the full video to your computer, you have to register for a free Photigy.com account (or login if you already have one). The Photigy.com account is separate from the emailing list you joined in step #2.
Stacksocial is having a special on Udemy's The Art of Black and White Photography online course, taught by David Nightingale of Chromasia. You get a 30 day money back guarantee. You get unlimited online access to the course (it is not an annual subscription). Photoshop CS3 or later is recommended. It runs over 6 hours long. There is a detailed curriculum with details including a "What am I going to get from this course?" or "Contents and Goals" section at its Udemy page that can give you a pretty good idea whether you may find it useful.
O'Reilly has a thing or two to teach the major publishers about ebooks in the digital era. The O'Reilly ebooks are DRM-Free, they are available in multiple formats, they include free updates, and you have lifetime access to them. And they even sync with Dropbox.
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With that as preface, the Friday deal of the day at O'Reilly is a 50% discount on their Camera Guides when you enter coupon code DEAL in the shopping cart. The offer is only good for eBooks (not Print, and not Print + eBook). This promotion expires Sat 10/19/13 at 8am ET (5am PT).
StackSocial.com is offering the The DSLR Photography Course Bundle by Ken Schultz. It has a beginners and advanced course bundled in this bundle. They offer a 15 day money back guarantee. You get unlimited online access to the video courses per the product description. This is not a subscription. You only pay once.
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