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Christmas Discounts on Affinity Photo Courses at Udemy

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Hi everyone,


I hope this email finds you not too stressed out with the holidays at the moment!

 

These are the Affinity Photo courses I've created a set of discount vouchers for. Enter the coupon on the Apply Coupon field for the relevant course to get the discount. Be aware that there are a limited amount for each course and it's on a first come, first served basis. Anyway, here's the courses, the discount vouchers plus just one of the many feedback quotes for each of the courses:


75% off 'Affinity Photo for the iPad' with this coupon: AFFINITY_IPAD_2017 - https://www.udemy.com/affinity-photo-for-the-ipad/
'Excellent!! I have learned a great deal in a short time. Would recommend this course to anyone.'

 

66% off 'Affinity Photo: Solid Foundations' with this coupon: SOLID_2017 - https://www.udemy.com/affinityphoto-solid-foundations/

'Great course, have learnt such a lot. the subtle repetition helps a lot. The videos are easy watch and to keep up with. Tutors voice is very easy to listen to all evening too!'


60% off 'Affinity Photo: Developing Landscapes' with this coupon: LANDSCAPE_2017 - https://www.udemy.com/affinity-photo-developing-landscapes/
'It's the only video that shows a complete work flow using Affinity photo. It's just what beginners like me have been crying out for, well done!'

 

60% off 'Affinity Photo: The Little Box of Tricks' with this coupon: TRICKS_2017 - https://www.udemy.com/affinity-photo-the-little-box-of-tricks/

'Totally awesome and at the exact speed to match my level in Affinity'

 

50% off 'Affinity Photo: Raw Image Development' with this coupon: RAW_2017 - https://www.udemy.com/affinity-photo-raw-image-development/

'Clear, concise, informative, simple to understand and fun.'

 

50% off 'Affinity Photo: Five Steps to Better Photos' with this coupon: 5STEPS_2017 - https://www.udemy.com/affinity-photo-five-steps-to-better-photos/
'Exceptional course, even after completing 2 advanced courses. Simon is very good in what he does and is a good communicator as well.'

 

Just a quick note here. If you already have the Solid Foundations or iPad course, there's no point in you getting the Five Steps course. The Five Steps course is intended to be a very basic introduction to Affinity Photo and the topics it covers are covered in more depth, along with plenty more topics on the Solid Foundations and iPad courses. I wouldn't want anyone to feel like they's paid more for the same information.

 

The vouchers are available until 6th january 2018, & in the meantime, happy holidays to one and all!

 

Simon

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Hi rolantos.

Given they are on sale, if you don't have any I'd go for the Solid Foundations course. To quote myself:

 

'Just a quick note here. If you already have the Solid Foundations or iPad course, there's no point in you getting the Five Steps course. The Five Steps course is intended to be a very basic introduction to Affinity Photo and the topics it covers are covered in more depth, along with plenty more topics on the Solid Foundations and iPad courses. I wouldn't want anyone to feel like they's paid more for the same information.'

 

Man! Do I know how to do a hard sell, or what?!

 

The Box of Tricks course is for people who are comfortable with the basics; it was designed to follow on from the Solid Foundations course. The Developing Landscapes course? I think you need to know a few basics, although I do include a few tutorials which cover the kind of things we do on the course. This course is about workflow - taking a picture right from start to finish so a newcomer to image editing can hopefully gain confidence with a workflow.

 

Cheers,

Simon

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Thanks Simon , I was thinking of the raw development course as well. 

So I should get the following items in the order?

1. Solid foundations 

2. Box of tricks 

3. Landscape 

4. Raw development

 

thanks again 

 

Rolantos 

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Hi rolantos. That would work. Or maybe swap 3 and 4 round because I develop RAW files in the Landscape course. I explain what you need to know with the RAW files in question on the landscape course so you could do it in the order you suggested. If you are already comfortable with the concepts of RAW files then that would work. If you aren't sure about RAW files, go for the RAW development course first.

 

Cheers,

Simon

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Thank you so much for the Christmas discounts! I'm brand new to Affinity and not very experienced in any other tools, and have been flailing around a bit trying to figure out the best way to do things. I bought one of your courses to see what it was like, and am enjoying it so much that I've now purchased most of the others too. I know this will be a worthwhile spend!

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hi drippy cat...great coarse...i took your coarse and followed it up with Jame Ritson tutorial for refresh. Thx for your time and effort to make this coarse!

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