Enhance your photography skills with help from Hollywood's celebrity photographers

From action shots to locking down the perfect lighting, you can master the art of photography with these online lessons.

  • From action shots to locking down the perfect lighting, you can master the art of photography with these online lessons.
  • Get a chance to learn from Hollywood's celebrity photographers including Michael Muller, Patrick Hoelck, and Brian Bowen Smith.
  • Originally valued at $2,990, you can enroll in the photography course for just $99.99.
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Gain unlimited access to Scopio's quality stock photography for $29

This female-founded brand made Forbes 30 Under 30 list this year for its diverse, authentic, and affordable stock photography.

  • Quality content always includes both a written and visual component.
  • Thanks to Scopio's mission to overhaul stock photography, the visual component has become a lot easier
  • For a limited time, a lifetime subscription to Scopio's enormous and diverse photo library is on sale for just $29.
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Update your Zoom meetings and video streams with this high-quality camera app

XSplit VCam lets you use DSLR quality picture even when video chatting on your laptop.

  • Working from home often requires professional-looking backdrops for Zoom meetings.
  • Zoom backgrounds are glitchy and DIY green screens aren't very reliable.
  • The XSplit VCam replaces your background with an image, video, webpage or YouTube video.
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Never settle for a generic stock photo again thanks to JumpStory

This platform utilizes unique AI to help you decide what photos work best.

  • Stock photography companies emerged a century ago to help newspapers source images.
  • The internet created an increased demand for captivating imagery to accompany articles.
  • Finding images that catch a reader's eye is now one of the most important considerations of content companies, bloggers, and magazines.
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Under what conditions are we most creative?

While we might not love the idea of deadlines, they can be cause for some of our greatest creative work.

  • Creative individuals produce better work when there's a deadline involved, says media mogul Tina Brown.
  • To extract great work, you shouldn't have the option to escape it. Deadlines add a level of pressure that makes for better results.
  • In Brown's opinion, some of the best journalistic work was done in the period after 9/11. The combination of subject matter, content, and passion rallied creatives to put forth incredible coverage.
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