Win a Free Seat in my Upcoming Photography Class!

We all have that one friend that posts STUNNING photos of her children all over Instagram.

Maybe she inspired you to buy your first DSLR! You excitedly pulled it out of the box and took photos for a few days, but when your results were less-than-impressive, you shoved your camera onto a closet shelf and decided "someday" you'd learn to use it.

You LOVE to take photos of your kids on your phone, but still wish you could up your photography game and create beautiful, emotive keepsakes for your walls AND your Instagram feed. Maybe you've even felt guilt over not using your nice camera and considered selling it! 

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"But my camera is so confusing. My kids never hold still. I don't have a creative bone in my body!" 

I've been there! For years, I swooned over other people's photos. I'm NOT a creative person and felt like taking beautiful photos was TOTALLY OUTSIDE MY REACH

I. 

Was.

Wrong.

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I got an entry-level DSLR for my birthday in 2011. I googled and youtubed and read books and forums and blogs. I took LOTS of bad photos and some good ones.

And now, my only regret is believing the lie that I wasn't creative and could never learn to take beautiful photos


I want to help you get past those same lies. I want to help you learn to understand how your camera works and train you to capture photos of your family that you (and they!) will treasure for the rest of their lives.

Want a reality check and a good cry? Click play on the video below. 

The Workshop Details: 

Photography Basics for Moms: How to Authentically Capture Childhood.

Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018. 2:30-5:00.
Location: Calvary Academy, Room 239. 1730 W. Jefferson St. Springfield, IL 62702.

What this In-Person Workshop is about:                                                         

»  Easy to implement today topics such as light, composition, seeing photo opportunities, and discovering the things you want to capture - all things you can do on ANY camera (including your phone!) to improve your photos right away. NO DSLR REQUIRED!

»  Basic Gear - How to choose gear, their limitations, and understanding when to use each lens.

»  Why shoot in manual mode? A brief explanation of the exposure triangle: Shutter, Aperture, ISO

»  Overcoming, ‘But my kid never holds still!’ Taking candid photos to evoke memories and tell a story.

»  Watch Me Shoot and Practice with Your Own Camera

» Facebook group for Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Live Q&As, and Feedback

    

 What this class isn’t:

This course is not recommended if you're already confident shooting in manual mode. This class won't discuss how to start a photography business or post-processing techniques. If you're interested in more advanced learning, contact me to set up one-on-one mentoring!


Want to win a seat FOR FREE?! There are only TWO easy steps!

1. Enter your email in the box below.

and then...

2. Click back over to my Facebook page to tag a friend who'd love this class. Tag multiple friends for multiple entries. Or tag your husband and ask him to buy you the class ;) 

Shares aren't required, but they are SO SO appreciated. Giveaway closes at 10 am CST on March 19, 2018.

Do you want to BE 100% SURE you have a spot?

I'm only selling 12 seats in this class. Go ahead and grab your seat now. If you win a free seat, you can gift a ticket to a friend or I can refund your purchase!

Photography Basics for Moms: How to Authentically Capture Childhood
75.00

Workshop Details:
Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018. 2:30-5:00.
Location: Calvary Academy, Room 239. 1730 W. Jefferson St. Springfield, IL 62702.

TO ENSURE INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION, CLASS IS LIMITED TO 12 TICKETS SOLD. With limited classes, these seats will sell out quickly. To join the waitlist, email me.

 

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March 1st Update: We're selling some SUPER cute tees/tanks as a fundraiser. In our first two hours live, we made it almost half way to our goal of 50 shirts! If you'd like one, you can purchase here (https://www.bonfire.com/help-lydia-noah-serve-the-kids-of-s-africa/) by March 15th. 

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February 17th Update: $260 later, Noah and I have applied for our (VERY FIRST) passports!  It was our first big step toward our South African missions trip. 

If you know Noah (my eleven-year-old son) at all, you probably know that he's a BIG saver. He understands the value of a dollar and is thoughtful about how he spends it. When he heard the amount needed for this trip, he changed his mind about going. If I'm being honest, BOTH Noah and I are still terrified of the financial commitment of an overseas missions trip. Each time I've expressed concern to a friend, they reiterate the same thing... FAITH. So, we're taking a big leap of faith and trusting that it will all fall into place. And so far, we haven't been disappointed.

I know we're both going to learn a lot on this missions trip, but even the fundraising process has already lead to so much growth for both of us. We have been touched by and are so thankful for the donations so far.

Check out the Facebook Live video below to see my mom brain hit level 100, see the family circus unfold around me (all three kids popped in on the live video!), find out what we'll be doing in South Africa, and learn how you can help.

Cliffnotes: 
Donate $10 or more and be entered into a drawing to win a seat at my in-person or online beginner photography class!

BIG SCARY GOAL: We have a deposit of $2,400 due by April 8th and would SO appreciate your support. I have a beginner's photography class in the works (online or in-person), which I'll be using as a fundraiser, as well. 

Get updates on the beginner photography class: http://bit.ly/2sz4bKP
Support financially: https://www.gofundme.com/lydia-noah039s-missions-trip

If you've been considering a family session with me, now would be a WONDERFUL time to book it and help us get closer to our goal!