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Two photography deals that are too good to pass up

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Want to take your photography skills to the next level or add an innovative light-field camera to your rotation? Right now, Engadget readers can score the Lytro Illum camera for over 70 percent off MSRP, and save hundreds on Adobe's All-Inclusive Photography Training Bundle , featuring all the training resources you'll need to become a master photographer. Learn more below, but don't miss out—These deals won't last long!

Adobe KnowHow All-Inclusive Photography Bundle

MSRP: $1,033 | Today: $59 w/ code PHOTO10 | Savings: 94%

This comprehensive bundle includes 14 courses spanning over 65 hours content, covering all aspects of photography and image editing. You'll master Adobe's Photoshop and Lightroom programs, and learn the techniques and principles behind black and white, night, travel, and portrait photography. You'll get lifetime access to all course content, so you can learn at your own pace and always stay on top of the latest photography skills.

This is the last and only photography training resource you'll ever need, so don't miss out on over 90 percent savings—It won't last long. Use code PHOTO10 at checkout to get the entire bundle for just $59.

Lytro Illum

MSRP: $1,300 | Today: $369.99 | Savings: 71%

Lytro turned our conception of photography on its head with the introduction of the light field camera. Traditional cameras capture the position of light rays to produce an image, but Lytro's cutting-edge technology records the direction of light rays, allowing you to capture 3D images from a single shot and refocus a photo after you take it.

The Lytro Illum may be one of the most technologically advanced cameras to hit the market, and it's $1,300 price tag certainly reflects that. For a limited time, Engadget readers can save nearly $1,000 and get one for just $369.99—over 70 percent off—plus included shipping. Don't miss your chance to grab this coveted piece of technology at the lowest price on the web.

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