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Contrary to popular belief, photography is much more than just point-and-shoot. Sure, you can set your DSLR to automatic and start firing away at that sunset, but when it comes to snapping a photo that's worthy of National Geographic, you need to put a bit more effort into your work. From exposure to composition and even the time of day, photographers need to take a myriad of factors into account in order to achieve those breathtaking landscapes you see all over Instagram and Mac desktops.

Now, this might sound intimidating to a new shutterbug, but don't get discouraged. The Complete Outdoor Photography Bundle can walk you through the same skills and techniques professional photographers use to capture images that sell, and it's on sale for only $29 today.

From choosing the right gear to working with natural light, this expansive collection offers a comprehensive look at the outdoor photography fundamentals. It sports a whopping 35 hours of content spread across five courses led by real photography experts. You'll take on post-processing with Matt Kloskowski, wildlife photography with a nature photographer featured in National Geographic, and much more as you make your way through the collection.

Ultimately, you'll emerge from the Complete Outdoor Photography Bundle with the know-how to capture breathtaking photos on your next hike or camping trip. And, while it retails for $425, you can get it today for just $29, more than 90 percent off the usual price.

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