Now, there are a few things I like about this course.
First things first:
Mark offers very down to earth explanation of concepts and his lessons usually are no more than 10 mins long. In my opinion, this is great because you won’t get overwhelmed by the amount of information on a particular topic.
(Don’t get me wrong, the lessons may be short but you get a LOT of value.)
The structure of the course is pretty easy to follow, although you could likely just jump around the modules/lessons if you really want to.
Not only that but Mark covers all the basics, even how to hold your camera, and then moves up to advanced topics like hyperfocal distance and so forth.
You don’t have to have a fancy, expensive DSLR to join the course, nor do you need to have previous experience in photography.
Like I mentioned before, the less you know – the better!
Not to mention that it comes with a lifetime access, has an amazingly active FB community, and offers different payment options to make it even more affordable.
What you might not like about this product
Are there any downsides?
Frankly, not really. Perhaps the biggest thing I don’t like as much would be regarding the landing/sales page, not the course itself.
The way the sales page looks, it made me cautious to buy the course because it kinda looked a scam page (which I can now assure you it’s not).
Another thing is the marketing move with the 80% discount create a sense of urgency, when in reality it doesn’t actually expire.
I mean, I haven’t actually tracked it but from what I’ve noticed, the price is usually $99.
(With rare occasions of Photography Pro team actually lowering the price to 90% off, which happened only once since I’ve joined. It was a special stay-at-home discount during the pandemic.)
Other than that, I really have nothing bad to say about the course.
Is Digital Camera Mastery Course Worth It?
Is Digital Camera Mastery worth it?
I certainly think it is, especially if you are a beginner, looking for a good price-quality ratio photography course online.
Below is another impromptu video I created to answer some of the burning questions you might have.
And let us know in the comments the course that YOU tried and loved.
Making a Living with Photography
Here’s the truth:
I had an unfortunate incident in my life, which resulted in a massive orthopaedic surgery, and there was a couple of years that I couldn’t walk at ALL. I was literally stuck in 4 walls, in pain and very close to going insane.
But I started learning and found a way to share my interest in photography through words – and created a website.
(Since making money in its traditional sense was out of question.)
Whether it is photography or any other interest/niche you’re interested in, you, too, can make money online. How?