Do you dream of photographing the holidays without living behind your camera? Do you wish you could have amazing holiday photos of your kids but you feel like you just aren’t good at taking photos?
If so, keep reading, I’ve got the solution for you.
It can feel like we have to pick up our camera and capture every single moment during these memorable times of year.
Yes, you want to photograph this time but it is more important to be present during this time. And you don’t want to enjoy the holidays by living behind your camera.
Don’t let the stress of the holidays keep you from slowing down, being intentional, and photographing precious memories. I’ve got some help for you — and it’s FREE!
I’ve teamed up with Courtney of Click it Up a Notch for a free online class called How to Take Photos of the Holidays You Will Treasure.
Courtney is the force behind Click it Up a Notch which was named by the Huffington Post as one of the Top 5 Blogs for Momtographers. She helps over 40,000 photographers each week learn how to capture their life, beautifully.
She and I teamed up for another online class in January and you all loved it so much that she asked me if she could teach another class for my readers. I learned so much at her first class that I was thrilled to say yes! I think you are going to love what she shares!
So, join us on Tuesday, October 30th, 2018, at 2 p.m. CT/3 p.m. EST for this class.
In this class, you’ll learn:
- How to photograph your Christmas morning while enjoying every moment of joy
- How to use your images to tell the story of your holiday traditions
- The one photo to take every holiday season
- How to capture Christmas lights beautifully
Tina B says
I took one of Courtney’s other classes and her tips (when I remember to put them in practice) made all the difference in my photos. I highly recommend the course to everyone! Plus, sometimes she sends out extra tips in her emails so make sure you subscribe 🙂
Thanks for sharing!! -Meg, MSM Team
Just wondering if a replay of this class will be available afterwards. I live overseas and it’s in the middle of the night for me!
Crystal Paine says
Great question — I believe there should be!
Yes, please let us know. I work out of the home during the daytime and would only be watch in the evening.