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Portraits, landscapes, brunch photography — whatever your photographic aspirations are, mastering Adobe Photoshop CC is an absolute must if you plan on going pro with your camera. As the metaphorical superglue used to build just about every digital creative's career, Adobe Photoshop is one of the most valuable tools you can learn when you're just breaking into the field.

Of course, Adobe's photo editing suite comes with a notoriously steep learning curve that can scare away even the most steadfast photographer. Don't let that discourage you. If you're set on starting a career in photography, you can master this photo editing staple with help from experts who know the platform inside and out. The Adobe Photoshop CC Training Bundle delivers exactly that, and it's on sale for only $19 today.

Led by an Adobe-certified expert, a Photoshop hall of famer, an Adobe community professional and a globally recognized Photoshop master, this five-course collection condenses years of photo editing experience into a focused learning package designed to get you navigating the tool like a pro. Jump in, and you'll take on beginner Photoshop compositing, creating different Photoshop filter looks, working with curves and so much more as you progress through the training.

Plus, there's even a course dedicated to hidden Photoshop tips and tricks you can utilize to streamline your workflow and stand out amongst the competition.

The Adobe Photoshop CC Training Bundle usually retails for $145, but you can get it today for a fraction of that price, just $19.

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