"Brilliant course Rebecca, thank-you. Feel like I have learnt so much in such a short time. Love the way you layered up the content week by week."
Jackie Wright of @jackiewrightceramics
Pamela, a relieved student and art teacher herself!
Lisa & David Dault of Dault Pottery
(Spoiler: It's a $897 retail value, but it won't cost you that much)
Once you enroll you'll be given access* to the full course on September 18th, 2023. By committing only 1 hour per week, you'll be learning and implementing these new skills - assuring that within 6 weeks , you are proud of the brand new photos you'll be taking and saving loads of time!
*You will also have access to all course details for 6 months! If life gets in the way during the initial 6 weeks, you'll have plenty of time to catch back up.
No problem! The lessons, tips, tricks, and all-around principles shared throughout the entire course have nothing to do with what kind of camera you use. There are only 2 (out of 15) lessons that speak specifically about camera gear, and even in those, I provide cell-phone-only workaround solutions.
I built this course, specifically, for you my friend!! If you can commit only 1 hour per week (like 1 hour on Sunday. That's not even asking you to give up your entire Netflix time) you will have enough time to not only watch each week's lessons but also practice the skills!
NOPE. Spoiler alert: By week 2, you'll have a brainstormed list of "equipment" and props you can use that are mostly already in your home. And if you don't already own them, it's only a matter of a $10-20 stop at your favorite local art or hardware store.
Yes. At least, as much as humanly possible. I'm only one woman on the other side of the computer here after all. During the initial 6 weeks of the course I'll be logging in at least once a week to answer any questions in the comments on each lesson (yes, you can directly comment inside every lesson and chat with your fellow students!). We will also have Live Q&A sessions , once a month, throughout the entire 6 months you have access to the course! Questions can be submitted in advance, so even if you can't join live, you can still ask questions and get direct, video supported responses, that you can watch on the recorded replay at your convenience.
You know how gyms sell more memberships than what they actually have space for? It's because they assume you aren't going to show up - and I hate that. I want to make sure that if you are going to pay for something, you get all of the value out of it. And since we are all only human... deadlines ensures this happens. You'll have access to MPSS for 6 months. Now bear in mind, even if you only spend 1 hour per week watching the lessons (and practicing! Yes, 1 hour leaves you time to practice too!), you only need 6 weeks to finish the entire course. So, I am 100% confident you can finish all of the lessons within 6 months even if (when) life gets in the way.
September 18th, 2023 but the doors to The Maker's Photography Styling System close on September 15th, 2023 - or once we hit max capacity, whichever comes first! I am very hands-on with all of my classes, so space is limited.
Remember, all course lessons and Q&A sessions are recorded so you do not have to join live. You will also have 6 months access to all of the content to learn during the times that best suit your own schedule. If taking better photos (faster!) is on your wish list now is the time to join! Because... Spoiler Alert: I have some exciting new things planned for 2024 which means I don't know when I'll be opening MPSS again!
Well first off, I've been there. Over the last 13 years of being self-employed, I've invested in my share of online programs. Some were worth it, and frankly, some weren't, so I get it. First things first, if you have a question I haven't answered here, send me an email (email@example.com).
But let's get to the heart of the matter...
I know you're busy. I know you're overwhelmed with the to-do lists (and the wishlists). The idea of adding one more commitment is enough to make you curl up under the covers and never come back out.
But I also know you need to save time. If you're going to make this crazy thing work (you know, the whole making a living from the things you make, thing?), you need better photos of your work and you need taking those photos to take as little time as possible.
After all, that's exactly why you spent the time reading this entire website page anyway, isn't it?
You've been looking for a better way. You've been wishing there was a system out there - a step-by-step solution that you could simply follow along and VOILA you know how to take the photos you've been hoping for.
Well my friend, here's your sign. This is it. I'm a professional photographer with a side-hustle in ceramics. You can't find a more specific combination for teaching photography to potters and other makers (Believe me. I looked).
Together, let's make photographing your work easier. Not just so you can sell more of that work online, but more importantly, so you can reclaim hours of your life back.