Wednesday, March 30, 2011

PhotoVision DVD Discount Code

As a professional photographer I am always trying to learn more and get better at my trade. I read books from the library, I read online forums, I look at other photographers work for inspiration, I take pictures all of the time, and I watched some awesome videos from PhotoVision.

I learned about PhotoVision a couple of years ago and began getting the videos. A DVD comes every other month-for a total of six a year. These DVDs follow several different professional photographers who specialize in different areas, everywhere from portraits, to family shoots, weddings, newborns, etc. They show how they shoot, they tell what they are looking for and why they are doing what they are doing and just give a lot of great advice.

It feels like you are getting a one-on-one education from a professional photographer. If you have any interest in photography you can definitely learn something from these videos. You don't have to have some fancy professional camera as they talk even about posing, lighting, and other concepts that even a point and shoot photographer can benefit from.

So the best part if you want to get these videos, or even just check out what I am talking about head over to the site by clicking here and the best part-at checkout you can enter the discount code PVFAN and you will receive Photovision 2011 for just $49, a savings of $150 off the regular price of $199. It's that easy!!!

So think of it as $49 for a years worth of education. You cannot take a photography class for that little. So click here and head on over and order the DVDs you will not regret it!

Disclaimer: I am not being paid for this post, however, I will be entered into a drawing if anyone uses my link to buy these DVD's. All opions are my own and are truly how I feel about these DVD's, a must have for anyone who wants to take their photography to the next level.

And don't forget, tomorrow it's time for Ten Things to Smile About!!!


  1. I feel the same about quilting. I can piece a quilt together but the true art lies within the actual quilting of the quilt...

    I love to study how a quilt is quilted. I look closely at the design, and the technique....

    Yeah, I can relate!

    Good luck I'm sure your amazing at photography!

  2. I will have to consider this! Sounds great!

  3. That is so cool? Is there a cut off date for the promo? I am actually thinking of Cathy for this. I didn't catch one in the post.

  4. that sounds like a deal! I'm still working on the final steps of getting my camera so I'm not purchasing these DVDS just yet, but you'd better believe I made a note of it!

    That chicken/cake story below had me laughing!!

  5. I keep thinking i need to get a good camera before I can take good pictures. I have read some of the things people say (what the heck is iso? How do you fix it or adjust it or whatever?) and get so lost. Sigh. One day.