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A Thanksgiving Message from Jason

happy thanksgiving from Jason Odell

Hi friends and fellow photography enthusiasts! Once again, it’s time to say thanks and reflect on the past year. I just want to reach out to everyone and offer my deepest thanks to all of you who have continued to support me over the last eight years. Whether it’s been through books, online training, or joining me on my workshops and tours, you all have a special place in my world.

It’s been a busy year for me, and I consider myself incredibly fortunate to be able to pursue my passion for photography, travel and education. You have all helped make this dream of mine possible, and for that I will forever be grateful. Whether you celebrate thanksgiving in the US this week or not, please know that I am thankful to each of you and I wish you and your families all the best this holiday season.

Ebook Sale!

I’m also offering 20% off all eBooks and Video Workshops in my shop through November 27th* when you use code: givethanks

 

 

*offer expires on November 27, 2018 at 11:59pm US Mountain Time 

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Cyber Monday Special: All Video Workshops On Sale

All video workshops $9.99 through Nov. 28th

Now through Monday, November 28th, you can download any of my video workshops for only $9.99 each. That’s up to 50% off the normal download price. Each video workshop comes with a printable PDF notes companion.

See all video workshops after the jump…

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Nikon 1 V1 Price Drop

Fallen leaf, Central Park, NY. Nikon 1 V1 with 10-30mm 1 Nikkor kit lens.

I just checked prices over at site sponsor B&H Photo for the Nikon 1 V1, and this little camera can now be had for as little as $299 with a single lens, or $449 with a two-lens kit.

While the V1’s design is geared towards point and shoot users, I’ve really enjoyed this camera’s fast autofocus performance and excellent image quality. I’ve used it for family trips or any time using a DSLR would be impractical, and it’s delivered the goods every time.

The biggest challenge with any new camera is to understand its quirks, like the minimum shutter speed in various program modes. Once you know how the camera will behave, you’ll know how to set it up to capture the moment. Check out my Nikon 1 System Resource Page for more information on this camera and its accessories.

The Photographer’s Guide to the Nikon 1 V1/J1

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