A sneak preview of my online photography course for parents

I’m SO excited about launching my new online photography course for parents. I can’t believe it has been in the planning for over a year now!

It’s taken a lot more work than I expected to research the perfect platform for my course and to ensure everything is set up to deliver the course to you in the best possible way. Although I’ve been running my Photography for Parents workshops in-person for a number of years (and will continue to do so), online training is completely new to me. And as with most new things, it’s been a massive learning curve but I’m enjoying every minute!

I couldn’t decide between 4 different names for the course, so I asked the lovely parents who have previously attended my workshops in our private Facebook group. They were fantastic at advising me what they thought sounded best. In the end we went for something that explains what the course is all about as simply as possible.

So here it is, a sneak preview of the banner heading and the cover page of the PDF manual that will accompany the video course….

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I’m so happy with it, I’d love to know what you think too?

I decided to use just photos of my own family on the cover. After all I’m teaching you how to photograph your family, so it makes sense to show you how I photograph mine!

I’m working on the content for the course with every spare minute I have in between my busy summer shooting schedule and mummy duties. I am hoping to launch it before the end of the summer unless there are any last minute hiccups. Based on the amount of emails and messages I’m getting asking when it’s going to be live, I know a lot of you are as excited about it as I am!

If you want to get started straight away, make sure you sign up to my VIP list by entering your details below. Not only will you then be the first to hear as soon as my course launches, you will also be sent my free video training on getting natural expressions from your children (say goodbye to those awful ‘cheese’ smiles!)

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