NAPP has some CRAZY Cyber-Monday Deals

I was just checking out some of the deals over at NAPP and it’s hard to believe just how good some of them are. I personally think that most of the training materials and memberships are pretty solid investments but they have really gone out of their way to make this year’s Cyber-Monday very memorable, and affordable.

The biggest deal in my opinion is the NAPP membership. If you sign up today for a one year membership they will throw in an extra 6 months for free. This is such a great deal I can’t even begin to explain. First of all, if you do nothing else with your membership but use the member discounts, you can more than make up for the price. But you also get access to tons of training and forums and galleries. It’s one of the best values around for anyone using Photoshop and Lightroom.

Other great deals include –

$50 off a one year membership to Kelby Online Training

$50 off Photoshop World registration plus a free book or a free pre-con when you pay the full registration

Free shipping or 30% off of any Kelby Book

And 30 – 75% off of select Kelby training DVDs

Here’s the thing, these deals are only good for today! That’s why they call it Cyber-Monday, not Cyber-Anytime. So follow this link and check out the deals for yourself but don’t wait too long, the day is almost over.


  1. Hi Jeff,

    I missed the great deals on the NAPP web site, but I have a question for you:

    I read your tips for buying a tripod in your book “Nikon D5000: From Snapshots to Great Shots,” the bonus chapter as well. But I’m still a little confused. Can you tell me which tripods would be best for my Nikon D5000 that don’t cost more than, say, $50-$70? Giotto and Manfrotto are pretty expensive for my budget right now, but I’d like to get a good tripod for Christmas. Thanks.


    • Hi Judy,
      The things you should be looking for in my opinion are 1) sturdiness – You want something that can handle the weight of the camera and lens while providing a very stable platform 2) Height flexibility – It should be tall enough for you to use comfortably while also having the flexibility to shoot from a low vantage point 3) Quick Release – I am a huge fan of quick release plates. It just makes life easier when you can go from hand holding to tripod in a matter of seconds. Having to screw the camera on to the tripod head can really be a pain sometimes, especially if you have cold fingers 4) Weight – Depending on how much often and far you will be carrying your tripod, weight can really be a factor. Look for something that is not going to wish you left it back in the car after carrying it for a few minutes 5) Price – Obviously this is an important one to you and tripods can get crazy-expensive pretty quickly. That’s not to say that you can’t find something that will fill all your needs within your price range. Check out the A-150EXU from Benro. It has a 4 1/2 star rating on B&H, a ball head with quick realease (my preferred type of tripod head), fairly light weight, and a price that won’t send you to the poor house.

  2. Hi Jeff,

    Thanks so much for getting back to me. The tripod is definitely in my price range. You’re the best!


  3. Jeff, thanks so much for tipping me off to the “cyber monday deals” I’d often considered signing up for a year of the Kelby Training………..the $50 off was what it took to give me the extra boost! Thanks again, Jeff


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