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Start taking better pictures of your kids
How many of you have a DSLR collecting dust because you just don’t know the best way to use it? You aren’t sure how to capture the special moments in your children’s lives. That’s me…only now it’s for my children and grandchildren. I want to be able to grab my camera and shoot…without bumbling and wasting time fiddling with gadgets, and driving my family nuts with elaborate posing. I look forward to the next year learning with Shoot Along, how to take great photos anytime the moment calls for them!
About Shoot Along
Because your family’s moments are precious…
Isn’t that why you bought your DSLR in the first place? Many parents feel they are falling short when it comes to taking great pictures of their kids… and for good reason! Most DSLR owners don’t know how to use their cameras to their fullest, missing precious shots due to this lack of understanding. But parents today are busy, and the task of learning photography can seem daunting and time-consuming.
What if you could get all the help, motivation and inspiration you need without going to a local community college or taking a weekend away from your family for a photography seminar? Sound too good to be true?
Shoot Along is specifically designed for parents, teaching them photography skills in a way that works alongside busy schedules. Learn the secrets that will have you capturing amazing pictures of your children, documenting your family’s life as you learn! Work at your own pace, sharing your progress in our private Facebook group with other parents who are participating in the project, and finally make the most of your DSLR!
The course is designed for parents using a DSLR, mirrorless, or creative-controlled camera with any type of lens(es). You will practice new techniques by photographing your own children. This course is not for professional photographers.