Monday, May 9, 2011

Learn & master photography plus shrimp noodles


I have the pleasure of introducing this wonderful new product
learn and master photography. Photography captures memories of our lives and is certainly one important component of blogging as we all know. I believe pictures teach us to appreciate life and nature.

A quote from the book "The question is not what you look at but what you see" P. 5

The chapters in the book supplement the entertaining sessions in the DVDs that clearly explains every detail we need to know to master this skill. It is a wonderful tool not only for beginners but also for advanced users to refresh their memory and refer to.
There are simple assignments with tips throughout which are encouraging for self learners. Colourful pictures throughout the book make it interesting and teaches very visually.

The DVD sessions are broken up into detailed parts that show everything clearly as though you are right there and all the questions are answered well. On the DVDs in addition to having explanations inside the studio the instructor has sessions on location where he goes out to places to capture images at different types of locations. He explains how to take various types of images in all types of settings. The pictures he has taken are available in RAW files that come on 2 CDs to study and see for ourselves.
There is also an online community with forums to ask questions from the instructor to clear up any other questions we may have. It will help us take all types of photographs in all types of conditions.

Learn and master photography teaches every detail from the history of photography, the basics such as tool you need, cleaning and holding the camera properly. It also teaches hard to understand concepts in clear explanations such as f stops, shutter speed, depth of field, focal length, aperture, ISO, using all types of light, white balance and lots more; using language and images that make it easy to understand.


Mastering photography is a learning process and you don't need an expensive camera for this. This product is in my opinion the only tool you need to learn this universal language.
An image speaks a thousand words so lets learn it today.
Legacy learning has offered $130 off this product for $119 from May 9 to 16 as a special offer and after this date the prices will be $249. It comes beautifully cased with 15 DVDs, 2 sample photo CDs with the raw files of images taken at locations and pdf detailed book, detailed printed lesson book and student support site where it is easy to ask questions from the instructor and to share images.

Learn & Master Photography - On Sale!
If you would like to order please click the image and enjoy.

Here is the recipe for the noodles that goes to fast food noodles event

1 pkt frozen noodles
2 cups boiling salted water
2 tbsp oil
2 eggs
2 tbsp onion
1 tsp garlic
1/2 cup carrot
1/2 cup celery
1/2 cup shrimp
1/2 tsp chillie powder
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1/4 cup green onion

Put the noodles in the boiling salted water and bring to a boil then off the cooker and keep it covered for 2 minutes, and drain the water.
Heat tbsp of oil fry the eggs and keep a side. Add tbsp of oil and saute the onions, garlic and add the shrimp. Add the spices and vegetable then add the eggs, oyster sauce, noodles and toss. Off the heat and add the green onions. Leave it covered for a little and serve the noodles hot.

I am really benefiting from this product hope you will too, do take advantage of this offer and enjoy for yourself or give it as a gift.

Learn & Master Photography
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68 comments:

  1. Wow that's great info about learning photogoraphy at the comfort of home.Sounds interesting.

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  2. i was looking for a good book on photography.. looks like i got one..
    loved all the ingredients with noodles.. well balanced meal....

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  3. Yummy and tempting noodles, superb click dear.

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  4. The noodles are so lovely and awesome! Very appetizing! I say, that's a good deal and worth it...

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  5. very informative post abt photography. Thanks for sharing. Lovely noodles.
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  6. This is so irresistible! Looks very awesome...great info about learning photography...thanks for sharing..

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  7. I have seen these dvd at barnes and noble for my camera, we viewed them... I still after going through courses havent been able to grasp this art.. your dish is lovely.... you obviously are a natural artist~

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  8. Sounds like a wonderful book ...
    and the noodles looks tempting ..yumm!!!

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  9. Thanks for sharing this important guide to photography. Noodles look great as well.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. the shrimp noodles look very tempting!...I can have it anytime!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  11. I'm actually working on an upcoming book entitiled "The Healthier Side To Sweets," which will be in full color with pictures of every recipe. The book is written, but I have to get much better at food photography before my publisher puts it in print. What do you think? Could the "Learn and Master Photography," really get me where I need to be? Thanks, Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  12. Delicious and tempting noodles..

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  13. Nice info on photography and looks like the product would be great... Noodles look flavorful and yum

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  14. interesting it would be read and learn! and shrimp pasta oh i would love that bowl!

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  15. Thanks for sharing this info on photography.Noodles look so delectable.

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  16. Oh! Your noddles look delicious with the shrimps...and the photography instruction it is sure a great deal. Have a wonderful week ahead :-)

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  17. wow noodles and prawns are temptg....hey dear let me know if u have info on books on food fotography

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  18. what a combination...Noodles and prawns :)!!!!!delicious :)

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  19. Dear friends
    I will recommend this product for sure as it was easy to follow and understand. I am not paid to say this :)
    It is a new product and was released today so do check it out

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  20. wow...great info, and the noodles looks very tempting and delicious...yum yum

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  21. Photography stymies me - I shall look at the DVD's. I prefer creating words to images! I think you have the visual gift! And the shrimp with noodles does not disappoint. Lovely for the passing spring.

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  22. An appetizing bowl of noodles, can eat anytime..

    Aaha Oho

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  23. What a great idea on photography! And I must learn to master those noodles as well. Looks so delicious.

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  24. Nice idea to learn photography in home. Those noodles looks delicious.

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  25. Noodles look delicious and tempting !!!

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  26. Marvellous books about learning photography,definitely a must for food bloggers like us..btw noodles looks simply inviting..

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  27. Love the look of your spicy noodles. So full of flavour! I need to learn about photography properly and will have to take some time. Good idea!

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  28. Mmmm...those shrimp noodles are calling my name, they look amazing! And this sounds like a great product!

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  29. Sounds like a great book! The shrimp noodles look great too.

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  30. shrimp noodles looks inviting..........nd the book s also very usefull........

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  31. Yummy looking noodles! Great post.

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  32. That book with the CDs sounds like a keeper! The noodle recipe is simple yet yummy!

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  33. Great and informative post.. noodles look amazingly delicious and your photos is just gorgeous!

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  34. I'm simply drooling over those noodles!

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  35. Great post. Shrimps n Noodles look great.

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  36. Wish I could buy that book... but recently I spent on some gadgets :P
    The noodle sure does look gorgeous and I love shrimp any time ...

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  37. Lots of info will take a while to read and sink in! - thanks dear

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  38. Cool photography resource. Great looking noodles!

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  39. Those noodles look great. I have never tried cooking with oyster sauce.

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  40. Great photography resource and gorgeous noodle recipe!

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  41. Tutto eccezionale..complimenti!!!;-))
    Kiss

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  42. hey ru passionate abt photography...me nd my father are very much passionate abt this art....thnx for introducing this lovely camera...

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  43. I would love to get to a DSLR soon and this book looks like a lot to learn.
    Love your noodle too, lovely picture as usual.

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  44. What a quicky and yummy noodle dish...it looks delish!

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  45. Thanks for the info on those CDS. Your shrimp noodles look delicious!

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  46. I took a note of this book. Thank you for sharing the information. I really, really need to work on my photography... And your shrimp dish looks delicious! I love oyster sauce, and you added turmeric and chili powder. Great idea!

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  47. Master photography seems a real helpful books for all those who want perfect photography!

    Your noodles dish is very delicious, quick and easy.. good for a busy day!

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  48. Thank you for sharing both ~ the noodles and the photography :D

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  49. very yummy and colorful shrimp noodle, and every food blogger needs a good book on photography, I think finally got one, thanks for sharing it

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  50. Super recipe! Your pictures are always great. Now I know your secret ;)

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  51. Sounds like a fantastic book, and love this noodle dish...delicious :)

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  52. Oh, those noodles are making so hungry! The product looks interesting too.

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  53. Seems like something I should have too.

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  54. Hi Akheela, please can you tell me who was the winner, when you hosted my guest event..Complete my thali? because I need to make thali so if you can give me their link I would make that recipe..thanks !

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  55. nice information and fry looking delicious..

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  56. nice info abt photography.. noodles looks yumm.. you are an expert in photography now!
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  57. I think you don't need a book and a set of DVDs to improve your photography. Your photos are always amazing.
    Thanks for sharing your honest opinion, I'm going to look into it, still a lot to learn
    The shrimps look amazing.

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  58. I Would like to pass on some awards to u.Drop by my blog to get them :)

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  59. seems like you are really gaining a lot from this kit! Happy photographing :)

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  60. Thanks for sharing....I could use some photography tips. The noodles look wonderful too. : )

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  61. Looks lovely! shrimp noodles very nice info:). thanks for sharing.

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  62. Such yummy looking noodles! Thanks also for sharing all that info about the photography book, so interesting.

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  63. That looks like a wonderful resource for improving photo skills, but the shrimp noodles totally eclipse the book. :-)

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  64. Love your blog! Here's an award for you!

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