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If you’re reading this then you’ve signed up to my monthly newsletter and in exchange for your support, and interest in my work, I’m giving you access to some awesome exclusive content here on this special page. This is your page, please bookmark it for future reference because I do plan to add more free content to it as time goes on. In the future, if you see that I’m offering access to a new resource somewhere on my site, simply return to this page and it’ll be here waiting for you, no need to fill out the sign up forms again, unless you’ve forgotten the URL 😉 Thanks for checking out my site and following along with my work! -Dan

Downloadable Resources

Some of the free downloadable resources found on this page are provided in collaboration with my other business, a photography educational website called Shutter Muse. You may see the Shutter Muse branding on the resources, but don’t worry, everything available on this page was created by me, and since I’m the boss, I can make them available to you guys here 🙂

Lightroom Classic Keyboard Shortcut Guide

Reference PDF featuring every Lightroom Classic keyboard shortcut. Great for storing on Dropbox or your chose cloud service so that you can access it easily at any time from any device.

21 Essential Lightroom Shortcuts

My simple single page list of the essential Lightroom shortcuts. Print it and stick it on the wall next to your computer.

Lightroom Preset Installation Guide

A quick guide to the best ways for installing Adobe Lightroom Develop Presets.

Printable Long Exposure Reference Charts

A handy printable reference, or one that can be stored on your phone. This set of charts gives you equivalent long exposure times for using neutral density filters up to 16-stops.

Aerial Photography Preflight Checklist

A checklist is always a good idea in a situation that is both expensive to organize, and potentially dangerous. Print this PDF and you’ll be off to a good start. Need more info? Read a full set of tips here.

Photo Mechanic Keyboard Shortcut Guide

Photo Mechanic is by far the most powerful photography workflow tool for sorting, rating and adding metadata to images. Print this PDF as a reference, or keep it on your phone so it’s with you while you cover your next event.

Filter Naming Reference Chart

Photographic filters have three complicated naming structures. Unfortunately brands can’t agree on a standard, so this is a handy way to reference the differences and hopefully help you learn more about them.

How to Watermark your Photos

  • If you don’t have a good logo/watermark you can get one for under $40 from Photologo like I did. Read my review of their service here.
  • If you’re a Luminar user, as you’ll see in the video, you will need to download this preset.
  • If you don’t have any of these photo editing applications and just want a simple app to apply watermarks in bulk, check out Photopolish.


These are for your personal use, please do not share them publicly as some of the partners have requested the discounts remain as member only perks.

Macphun Software - Luminar & Aurora

Save $10 on Aurora, Apple’s 2017 App of the Year! Or Luminar, the all-in-one RAW photo editor.

On1 Photo

Get 15% off On1 Photo RAW, a powerful layer-based photo editor and image organization tool all rolled into one.

Formatt-Hitech Filters

The best photographic filters on the market today. Always in my bag!