Photography Tips Newsletter Update

We have good news about our email newsletter. We are transitioning to a better platform with more consistent uptime and improved readability in all inboxes. With so many subscribers it may take a few weeks to transition everyone with some of you possibly missing a few photography tips & tutorials. If you want to make sure you don’t miss anything, get on the new list here: Improved Photography Tips Newsletter Early Access


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Don’t worry, the newsletter will look almost exactly the same and of course will still be free. Just minor improvements here and there. And of course you can still unsubscribe at anytime with the link at the bottom of any email.

We have some exciting educational articles coming down the pipeline from guest authors including Kent DuFault, Phil Hart, Grant Collier, our team, and many more writing on topics including:

  • Milky Way Photography Tutorial
  • Exercises in Photographic Juxtapositions
  • Achieving Powerful Perspectives
  • Photoshop Sky Replacement Tutorial
  • Astrophotography Experiments

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3 responses to “Photography Tips Newsletter Update”

  1. Sarah M Ryan Morris says:

    Great to be updated, feel part of the photography group.

  2. Tamanna Mili says:

    Thanks The Picturecorrect Team for your precious effort on this article, i will defiantly try this product photography tips when i need Product Photo for my small business.

  3. Nellai Vasi says:

    Wow, this is great news! I was worried that the switch to a new platform would be difficult for readers. Thank you for your commitment to quality and accessibility.

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