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Free Photography Webinar Series!

Do you want to take better photos of your kids, learn more about how your DSLR functions so you can take better photos for your blog, or maybe even make a side income with photography?

If you’re interested in improving your skills as a photographer, you can currently sign up for a completely FREE photography webinar series! There are six different videos in this series. You can register for as few or as many as you’d like — whichever are tailored more to your photography interests!

Choose from these topics and presenters:

“Demystify Your DSLR Camera” with David Molnar

When: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 7 p.m. CT

For: Beginner Photographers

You’ll learn:

— The blueprint for taking amazing photos in any situation
— How to avoid the top 5 mistakes most photographers make
— How to make sense of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
— What they need to know to take manual control of your DSLR camera
— How to DEMYSTIFY the bells and whistles of their DSLR camera
— The step by step process for creating UHHMAAZZING DSLR photos every time

Register HERE.

“5 Steps to Bigger Sales” with Zach & Jody Gray

When: Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 7 p.m. CT

For: Professional Photographers

You’ll learn:

— The simple steps to easily make an extra 10k this year
— How to sell without being “salesy”
— How to properly price your photography in your market
— How to get your clients to spend double, and thank you for it!

Register HERE.

“Editing Secrets” with David Molnar

When: Monday, February 20, 2017 at 12 p.m. CT

For: Intermediate Photographers

You’ll learn:

— How to create a photo editing workflow like a pro.

Register HERE.

“3 Natural Lighting Tips for Better Pics of Your Kids” with Kyle Schultz

When: Monday, February 20, 2017 at 7 p.m. CT

For: Beginner Photographers

You’ll learn:

— Three natural lighting tips for taking better pics of their kids!

Register HERE.

“See Like an Artist” with Jeremy Cowart

When: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 11 a.m. CT

For: Intermediate Photographers

You’ll learn:

— The key, fundamental secrets of composition to help your photos look better and stand out.
— How to spot and capture the best moments in the most challenging situations
— When to follow the rules of photography (and when to break them), so you can begin to take better photos immediately

Register HERE.

“How to Avoid 5 Marketing Mistakes” with Katelyn James

When: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 7 p.m. CT

For: Professional Photographers

You’ll learn how to avoid these marketing mistakes:

— Booking clients that don’t trust you and just want a deal
— Not depending on past clients to bring you new clients
— Being overly professional and never personal
— Settling for the status quo and never hitting a new price point
— Spending a percentage of your profit on paid advertising instead of on your clients

Register HERE.

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  • Susan says:

    Do you know if these will be recorded and offered to watch later? Due to my schedule the times don’t work for me but they sound interesting.

  • I attended the “Demystify Your DSLR Camera” with David Molnar.

    Now. I know it’s an awesome technique to offer a free class with a few snippets of information in order to inspire people to take a paid-class. Students are able to assess teaching style and the value of content before committing.

    I’ve been grateful for the free snippet classes I’ve attended. The best ones are 80% content and 20% sales pitch. This particular class was 97% and 3% content. I was terribly disappointed.

    I can’t speak for the other free classes, but sometimes you really do get what you pay for. I mention this to you, Crystal, as a mentor to other entrepreneurs. It works out better for everyone if the balance is kept closer to 80-20 in these courses.

    • Ugh! I’m so sorry about that. That’s not what I assumed this would be or expected it to be based upon what I had been told. Thank you so much for the honest feedback… I really appreciate it.

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