Cheap Photo: Save an Extra 20% on Already Low Priced Presets, Guides

Photography Software

Save a bundle of cash this Labor Day weekend on top-rated presets, actions, and photography software.

There are tons of Labor Days deals this weekend, but the ones here on Lightroom presets, Photoshop actions, photography guides, and photography software is some of the best. By using the code PWLBR20, you can save an extra 20% off of the list prices. You can get 1500 Lightroom Presets for $29 (plus take the additional 20% off), and 3,100 posing cards that will help you breeze through portrait sessions are just $29 as well. There’s a great deal on DeNoise Software too. You can pick it up for just $14. Want to learn how to capture fine art nudes? The guide from Lindsay Adler covering this is only $59. But remember, you get to take off an additional 20% from all of these prices. Come in and see all of the photography software deals and deep discounts on prests and actions.

These incredible prices won’t last very long, and you only have a couple of days to take advantage of the extra 20% off. Remember to use the code PWLBR20 when you check out so that you can save even more money on the already low list prices, not just on these items but on every item on the site. Check out the photography software deals below.

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Eddie Cheng: The Leaning Chronicles

Photo Essays is a series on the Phoblographer where photographers get to candidly speak their mind about a specific subject or project of theirs. Want to submit? Send them to editors@thephoblographer.com.

All images and text by Eddie Cheng. Be sure to also follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

I am a professional UK/London-based self-taught graphic designer but ‘classically’ trained photographer working mainly in corporate identity, advertising and commercial.

I don’t follow the work of many other photographers, preferring to take inspiration from every day life — but my work is influenced by international cinema, film photography, Polaroid, my design work… and a very British sense of humour.

Away from regular work I like to shoot emotive people photography tells a ‘story’, provokes a reaction from the viewer and gives me a challenge. As a result I shoot various different genres whilst adding my own, hopefully distinctive, style — portraiture, erotica, urban/street, fashion, nude etc.

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