If you didn’t get a chance to join in on the challenge, this is a great 45-minute 7-days-in-a-nutshell recap, and if you prefer listening to watching or reading, you certainly can go audio only for most of the broadcast (although I do go on camera with my Timeshel prints and Rag and Bone Bindery albums and show MySocialBook and Chatbooks albums too).
Today we're going to do something a little different.
Many of you attended the Quickstart Your Photosanity workshop a couple of months ago, or were able to watch the recording afterwards, and some of you did the homework from the workshop and posted your photo on the Photosanity facebook page as part of the Homework Contest.
Well, I am finally doing the homework review!
And I'm going to do it in a video!
Check out today's video for a preview on what that is going to be like and make sure you watch until the end or scroll down below for information on how to get access to that video.
To get access to the BONUS Homework Review video, all I ask is that you fill out a quick survey about what your biggest photo frustrations are right now, what you would like to learn and how I can best help you overcome your frustrations.
In today's video, find out what the most important photos you should be taking are... and see my homage to the NYC subway system that has taken such a big hit this week.
Yes I know, what a week it's been. Thank you for all the messages and thoughts - we've been fortunate to be in an area that suffered very little damage or loss of power. For all of you who have been affected, I wish you as smooth and speedy a recovery as possible.
Today for the first time ever, I thought I would do something fun which is to share my ENTIRE CAMERA ROLL with you from a mini shoot I did with my kids last week at the playground. You may have seen the best photos from this shoot on the blog on Monday.
Get a behind the scenes peek at how I photograph the natural moments and emotions of active kids!
With Halloween right around the corner, I thought I'd share the secret to better Halloween photos by talking you through some of my photos from last year's Halloween when Liam was dressed as a firefighter.
Yes, sugar is involved.
But just because your child is in costume doesn't mean you have to settle for cheesy poses and fake smiles! Watch the video for more...
In today's video I share with you my behind the scenes secret to taking the perfect sibling photo.
Are you frustrated trying to capture the perfect sibling photo? If so, you're not alone, and it's a frustration I hear from many parents.
Check out the video to find out my recent revelation on this issue!
Quickstart your Photosanity
Are you constantly missing the moment when you try to photograph your kids?
Do you have a fancy DSLR that you still shoot in AUTO mode?
Are you sick of having your photos completely disorganized across several computers?
Do you want to display your photos in your home but have no idea where to start?
If you answered YES to any of the above, then you should check out my upcoming FREE live online workshop, Quickstart your Photosanity. I'll be giving away tips and strategies you can use right away, including some of my best material yet!
I'll be taking live questions and will also be previewing the upcoming Fall 2012 session of The Photosanity Workshop for which attendees will receive a special discount.
A common frustration I hear from parents all the time is that they always feel like they're missing the moment, and when they pull out their camera, their kids fall into cheesy poses, or run away. So I want to share today's secret with you so that you know how to avoid this problem.
Enjoy - and if you have any questions, please post them in the comments!
This week we're looking behind the scenes of one of my all time favorite photos of Jack and Liam so far... that was not what I set out to capture at all! Find out my secret to capturing gold from a situation that is NOT going how you wanted it to.
Missed last week's video where I appear on camera to talk about Photosanity? "Meet" me now!
One of the things past workshop participants have found useful is getting an insight into behind the scenes of a photo, and I'm so excited to launch my new Photosanity YouTube Channel! I will be sharing the stories behind some of my photos so that you too can learn some quick and easy secrets!
I'll be posting a short video (less than 5 minutes long) each week on Thursdays and the videos will be posted here on the blog too. Enjoy and share!