Are you up for the challenge?
If you’re ready to rock your indoor photography in 2016, join me for a FREE 10 Day Shooting Challenge all about indoor natural light photography!
If you stick with me for 10 days starting Monday, January 18th, you are going to see some big changes in your indoor photography.
If you’ve caught me on Periscope lately, you’ve probably heard me talk about tips for learning photography QUICKLY. One of those ways is by practicing ONE thing at a time – practicing it until you can nail it – before moving on to the next skill. That’s what these 10 challenge days are for!
I want you to commit to practicing INDOOR NATURAL LIGHT photography every day for 10 days. I will be there every step of the way with daily videos jam packed with indoor shooting tips, examples and homework! Yes, homework. It is important to me that you are committed to this challenge and what better way than holding you accountable with some homework. Each day you will post your homework in the private challenge Facebook group.
Having ACCOUNTABILITY was another tip for learning photography quickly. I encourage you to embrace the community by commenting and engaging. By posting, you not only benefit yourself, but others may also learn from your images in the process.
Now the fun stuff …
There will be prizes! Yep, not only will you grow as a photographer, but also you could win some pretty sweet stuff!
Check out this recent Periscope with all the details, including what you will learn each day of the challenge! P.S. The first 10 seconds are blank (thanks Periscope!) but keep listening, all the juicy details are there!
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What kind of camera do you need for this challenge? The core skills you will learn in this challenge will help you regardless of what kind of camera you are using. With that said, our primary focus is going to be on using a DSLR camera as we will be getting into manual camera settings.
What if I can’t take a picture every day? I realize that life is crazy. Welcome to my world of 3 kids and running a full time business. There is a reason I didn’t make this challenge 30 days. You should see real improvement in 10 days and it’s not too long of a commitment. Make this a priority – use a lunch break or get up a little earlier. I am going to be your cheerleader along the way!