Are you a photographer who is stuck inside during the Covid-19 outbreak and itching to get back to taking pictures?
Well never fear, i’ve compiled a list of great companies who are offering free or discounted services, which are great for photographers, during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Many creatives are struggling at the moment so this help could be a real life savers for many, so make sure you reach out to the companies on social media and show your appreciation.
Adobe Creative Cloud
If you can’t pay your Adobe subscription at the moment, Adobe are offering 2 months of free access.
To claim it, simply log into your account here and go to “cancel your subscription” to claim the offer.
If you’re a student you can also get free access until the end of May by clicking here.
Affinity is the new kid on the block and they’ve stepped up to the plate, offering a 90 day free trial of its complete creative suite.
If you choose to buy, it’s also currently offering 50% off the entire range, for Mac, Windows and iPad, so you can pick up a great new editing package from as little as £9.99.
To claim this offer, check out Affinity, here.
If you like reading all things photography, then you have probably already visited the F-Stoppers blog.
Did you know they also have a great range of tutorials on there too?
They’re currently offering their “Photography 101” course for absolutely free.
If you like it, every other tutorial is currently between 30-60% off for the next two weeks.
If you’re looking to improve the SEO on your website while you have some downtime, Moz is the place to learn how to do it.
They’re currently offering all of their training courses totally free of charge.
To claim this offer, simply got to Moz.com and use the code “wegotthis“.
Everyone’s favourite email marketing tool is giving out free training during the Coronavirus outbreak too, albeit through a webinar you need to sign up for.
If you want to learn how to set up email templates and campaings, follow this link.
And to learn how to grow your audience with sign up forms, this one is for you.
If you’re unfamiliar with Learn Squared, they offer creative courses in many different creative fields, including photography.
Currently, they are offering the first lesson in any course, which equates to over 58 hours of learning for totally free.
To check out the offer, just visit their website.
Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of online course, including photography, on the site.
They’re offering students and according to their Instagram, 20,000 people in greatest need, free access to the platform.
However, I’ve found an advert that gives you 2 months access to their premium service, click here to get it.
I’ll admit, I hadn’t heard of Loom a week ago but Twitter seems to be going mad for it at the moment.
It’s a video sharing app, developed to speed up the way we communicate and they’ve removed the recording limit on their free plan and slashed the price of their pro subscription in half.
To check them out, visit their response page here.
If you have a Nikon camera, now is the time to take advantage of Nikon’s great offer.
All 10 of their training classes are now available for free, ranging from getting started with particular cameras to learning specific techniques such as macro photography.
To take advantage of this offer, visit the Nikon site.
That’s the best discounts and offers i’ve come across so far for photography in the Covid-19 outbreak, if you have anymore please reach out to me on Twitter, @jakspedding, drop me an email or a comment below and I will add them to the list. Stay safe.