Photzy Photography Guides

Kent DuFault has an effective teaching method. It’s simple to follow, easy to understand and never boring. Imagine sitting down with an old friend for a fireside chat. That’s what learning from Kent is like. He began creating photographs seriously in 1974. His images have won numerous awards, they’ve been published in magazines around the world, and he even operated his own commercial photography studio for three decades. If you are looking for more help in any of these areas, now is definitely a good time to check them out:

1. Understanding Light: Fundamental Building Block of Photography


This popular guide is meant to give you an understanding of how light works, and how you can manipulate it. Marked down to just $9, it’s never been priced this low.

2. The Advanced Composition Photography Guide


Create truly visually stunning images that tell your story, express your vision, and captivate any audience.

3. Understanding Light: Book Two


Study this eBook, and you’ll become a master of light. It is carefully crafted and designed to give you the ability to recognize, control, and harness LIGHT.

4. The Complete Landscape Photography Guide


237 pages jam-packed with training, illustrations, and assignments. Get ready to absolutely transform your landscape work…

These guides come in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers. They also carry 90 day satisfaction guarantees so there is no risk in trying them.

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One response to “Photzy Photography Guides”

  1. Nancy Scott says:

    Yesterday I received an advertisement from Photzy to purchase a set of cards that can be taken with you photo shoots. It even gave information as to how to make them waterproof. I used my visa card and paid $29.00 for them, however, I never received the cards online or even acknowledged that you received my pament. Please help me with this. Nancy Scott

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