Photo Styling 101 eCourse

Step up for social media and blogging game by taking better photos! This eCourse is a great place to start to learn the basics of taking and editing great photos.

Everyone has New Years resolutions…well maybe not everyone but a lot of people like to set goals for the year. If improving your photography is on your list, Rachel from The Crafted Life (aka one of my blogging besties) has you covered!

She’s created a comprehensive online course that walks you through practical steps on taking, styling and editing photos for your blog, shop or social media. And since it’s an e-course you can follow along at your own pace and in your pajamas.

Step up for social media and blogging game by taking better photos! This eCourse is a great place to start to learn the basics of taking and editing great photos.

If you’re a blogger, Etsy shop owner, or social media maven, you know how important a great photo is. Photography is really the first impression of your brand to your readers, followers or customers and it’s what keeps them coming back for more. When I started this blog several years ago I took the worst photos (just go back a several pages on this page and you’ll see what I mean). Yet with lots and lots of practice, my skills and styling evolved into something I’m really proud of. By learning the basics and developing a knack for photo styling, I’ve really stepped up my photography game.

If you want to develop your own skills, Rachel’s currently offering 10% off the course! No coupon code needed. Just head over and check it out and you’ll be on your way to taking better photos in no time.
Step up for social media and blogging game by taking better photos! This eCourse is a great place to start to learn the basics of taking and editing great photos.

What are your goals for 2016? Do they include improving your photography?

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  1. I just took this e-course last weekend! It was so helpful for me to understand why my photos were not doing well. and how I can style my photos to fix it!

    • That’s so awesome to hear, Heather! Thanks for sharing!