Sunday, December 4, 2011

have you considered teaching a photography class?

Jessica Grieves is a talented photographer and teacher who is the creator of Photographer's Kick Start program. Here's more in Jessica's words about her Kick Start program.

"I love teaching my beginner's and advanced photography classes.  This month alone I've taught 6 photography classes betwen group classes and private classes.  Even if I'm feeling a little tired before my class, meeting up with moms who want to take better pictures of their kids really energizes me.  I dance around, usually cry at least once, and in the end I always feel as though I've made some new friends.  I put my love of photographing my own family into the class materials."

"The classes are not designed to replace the need for professional portraits done by a photographer - instead they are designed to help moms (and dads) learn how to get more out of their camera and candids so they can capture those everyday moments with more clarity and style.  And with the upcoming holidays, there is not a better time to start offering photography classes in your area.  January is commonly a slow month for portrait sessions, but it can be a HUGE month for photography classes - after all, new cameras are finding their way under the tree."

"To celebrate the holidays, I'm offering a 30% discount on your purchase between December 1 - December 14th.  Get ready to start your training program today and you'll be ready for a big 2012!"

USE DISCOUNT CODE "dec2011" to take 30% off your order. That's a $100 savings off the Beginner's class, and $150 off the bundle!

Click here to visit Photographers Kick Start.


1 comment:

  1. This is a great idea! I used to teach childbirth education classes and I love teaching adults. I'm nowhere near qualified to teach photography yet, but someday that's one of my goals! I'll definitely keep this in mind.