Last Chance to Get 25% off Our Portraits E-book - (Updated)

Last Chance to Get 25% off Our Portraits E-book – (Updated)

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200911301314.jpgUpdate: Thanks to the thousands of readers who took advantage of our opening week special – the discount is now over but the e-book and special bonus mentioned below is still available at an affordable price as well as the 30 day money back satisfaction guarantee.

Just over a week ago here at DPS we launched our very first downloadable ebook (note: this is not a hard cover book) – The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography – a guide designed to help you take stunning portraits.

To celebrate our first ever resource we have been offering a 25% discount to anyone who purchases it in our launch week. This discount ends in 2 hours at 9pm US Eastern Standard Time.

Since launching we’ve seen thousands of our readers take advantage of this special offer and make a decision to improve their portraits – there has been an avalanche of positive feedback from them.

Reviews of The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography

You can check out just some of the reviews from other photography sites below:

  • Brian Auer from Epic Edits writers – “Truly a great resource. I don’t know how else to say it! This is definitely more than a random collection of articles or a typical book. It’s really a resource that you can learn from, explore, and go back to as needed. You may not need every single lesson today, but most of the sections contain usable information and instruction for a large percentage of photographers out there.”
  • DIY Photography writes – “Ok, the book is great and packs lots of great chapters (about 26, if you must ask). However, two of the chapters really hit a technical cord with me: As a DIY blogger, I could not not-adore the shooting portraits like a pro on a budget chapter which outlines a portraiture setup very much in the spirit of DIYP. I also loved introduction to portrait lighting which breaks down portraiture lighting and direction.”
  • David DuChemin writes – “It’s an ebook, it’s priced at an intro price of $14.95 right now and it’s huge value for the money….The DPS site does a great job of revealing the book, offers the intro pricing I mentionned (which is 25% off) and the darn thing has a money-back 30-day guarantee. Not even my books have that.”
  • Photo tuts+ writes – “On the whole, I found the eBook to be a valuable resource. It’s filled with useful information, laid out in an easy-to-digest fashion.”

You can get full details of what is included in the ebook on the The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography information page – or if you want to take advantage of the 25% off discount now you can grab a copy today here.

Just 24 Hours To Go on the 25% Launch Special

At 9pm US EST the price will go back up to $19.95 where it will remain – so make sure you get in now to avoid disappointment.

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PS: a special thanks to the many people who have sent in their positive feedback about – The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography. Your response has been overwhelming and inspires us to keep making DPS better and better.

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

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  • Eugene Grochowski December 7, 2009 11:51 pm

    Hi:
    I keep seeing headings about last chance to get 25% off, but I did not see a date. So, I assume I missed the deadline, and I bought the ebook at full-price; however, I had a lot of hassle with paypal. They would not let me buy the book with a credit card bypassing my paypal account. In the end, after several phone calls, I had to close my paypal account in order to buy the book. This problem has never come-up before, but I am glad I persisted as the a glance at the books looks like it was worth the hassle.
    Gene

  • A Canuck December 5, 2009 06:57 am

    I would have been interested in the book, but the checkout procedure won't allow me to purchase without actually logging into PayPal. I don't encounter this anywhere else that I buy items online... I think my credit card number should be sufficient, so I don't log into PayPal anymore. Thanks anyway. I enjoy your website.

  • Larry "Darkman" Clark December 4, 2009 05:47 pm

    Well I missed the discount period, but at 19$ it's still a great deal. I'd buy that for a 20!

  • Linda December 4, 2009 06:34 am

    I have been wanting to take advantage of the offer but don't have a discount code that they are asking for.
    Please advise. With thanks.

  • Andrew December 2, 2009 04:54 pm

    I don't check my mail daily so I missed the 25% off sale :-(

  • Jason Collin Photography December 2, 2009 02:16 pm

    I would accept this as Christmas presents . . .