If you’ve followed my blog or attended any of my workshops then you may have heard me talk about how much I love the photography e-course that Chris and I took together a few years back. I’m a big fan of the e-course creator, Erin Wallace, who is also the creative talent behind bbb, one of my favorite lifestyle blogs. I have always loved how her photographs capture everyday life in such beautiful, creative and compelling ways.
Taking the e-course is what enabled Chris and me to have a massive breakthrough related to photography and really helped us get where we are today. Erin’s approachable style and flexible format made it easy for me to finally understand all of the photography terms that I previously found so intimidating and confusing. You proceed at your own pace and there is no pressure to hurry. I really appreciated how she was able to answer my questions and provide personalized feedback on all my practice shots. I found it to be a fantastic way to learn photography basics plus explore creative photography concepts. I recommend it to everyone who attends a Floret’s on-farm workshop and anyone who is looking to up their game when it comes to taking great photos. Really, I can’t recommend this course highly enough!
The next Eyes Open Creative Photography E-Course starts in May and Erin has graciously offered free passes to attend her upcoming to THREE lucky Floret blog readers. To enter to win one of the the three free registrations to the Eyes Open Creative Photography E-Course, simply leave a comment at the end of this post. In it, simply share a little bit about your interest in photography and your favorite photography subject(s). The three lucky winners will be announced here tomorrow.
Ready to sign up for her class now? Floret fans can receive a $20 discount on the already affordable class by simply entering the coupon code: eyesopenfloret at the checkout. The upcoming course includes a section on photographing flowers created especially with you in mind. So, if finally understanding your camera, learning to take beautiful photos or upping your photography game are of interest to you, be sure to check it out.
Beth Linville on
Hi! I’m in the planning stages of starting a flower farm. I have had an intetest in photography for years, and always had taking a class on my bucket list. I recently found your blog, and I’m gobbling it up! I really enjoy landscape pictures but love taking pictures of my children. I would like to be able to take beautiful pictures to help market my little farm!