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photography e-courseMy good friend and business partner, Stacey Woods, and I have been very busy behind the scenes creating an e-course just for you. Together, we run and curate The Creative Mama, and after receiving many emails and comments asking us how to do what we do, we happily introduce to you…

How many of you wish that you could get your camera off the green square and shoot creatively? Would you like to know more about metering or shooting in manual mode? Are there settings on your camera that you just do not understand? Do the technical aspects of photography — and all that terminology — make your eyes glaze over a little bit? And finally, wouldn’t it be perfect if someone could explain it all to you in layman’s terms?

online photography classIntroduction to Photography: Chapter One is an online course that will last for three weeks, will teach you how to get off the green square and shoot completely in manual mode, and will boost your confidence in capturing photos of your own everyday. Besides the written course content, you will also be able to watch several videos that show you how to use your camera. You’ll also get lots of short, fun assignments that give you a chance to test out these settings for yourself. You’ll even see videos of a photographer (Stacey) shooting and editing from beginning to end, and answering your questions every week. You’ll have daily prompts delivered right to your inbox, access to a private website just for the class members, and the whole beautiful thing wrapped together in an e-book at the end of the course, so that you can continue to study the content over and over at your own pace. Best of all, the concepts and principles of photography are explained in easy-to-understand analogies and examples, so that the terminology doesn’t ever overwhelm you.

It’s certainly technical… but it’s creative (of course!).

It’s written instruction… but it’s so very hands-on.

It’s a full explanation of how your settings work with each other… yet it’s all broken down into simple language.

basic photography classNow that we’ve told you what this e-course IS, let’s chat a little about what it is NOT…

This is not a business course.  We won’t talk about pricing, marketing, sales or profits. We won’t teach you how to launch your own photography business, whether it be a brick and mortar studio or simply out of your own home. If you are a professional photographer, then this certainly is not the class for you. If you’re already quite comfortable shooting in manual mode, then you’re likely too advanced for this beginner’s e-course.

However, if you’re frustrated with shooting in automatic mode, and you really want to be able to use your camera to create the photos of your children and your life that you imagine when you close your eyes… why then, you’ve just hit the jackpot.

This Creative E-Course was made for you.

online photography e-courseRegistration for Introduction to Photography: Chapter One is priced at just $129 and opens on Monday, April 16. The e-course will run from May 1 to May 18. To find out more, go here. To be among the first to register, we’d love to have you sign up for our e-course newsletter below. We’ll keep you in the loop about the class, and we won’t let you forget when registration opens! Now honestly, what better way to spend that tax refund?

Go here to add your name to the e-course newsletter.

And yes… this is only Chapter One. Chapters Two and Three (and maybe Four!) are in the works right now. Stay tuned for more on those Creative E-Courses in the future!

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