Snapshot 30: Learn how to take better photos with your smartphone.
Included in this class:
– Fun daily photo challenges for 30 days.
– Tons of app reviews so you know what is worth your time and what isn’t
– Tips and tricks for how to take sensational photos with your smartphone
*If you don’t have a smartphone you can still participate in the challenges with a regular camera. The tips and tricks should be useful to you as well. 🙂
Sign up for this class here (if you haven’t already done so)
Each day for 30 days you will receive an email with that day’s challenge, tips & tricks and app reviews. Only the emails will have certain tips and tricks – so that is the bonus for signing up for them 🙂
Also I have decided to give away a couple prizes!
2 class participants will get a spot in my upcoming brand new techniques class: Techniques 104 – debuting in December! Also they will get access to my 3 other Technique classes (101, 102, and 103).
How to win:
All you need to do is participate in this class 🙂 Easy right? For every comment, question, or photo that you share with us you get one entry. So the more you participate, the better chance you have of winning! You can comment/post on our facebook page, the actual Snapshot 30 post of the day on the Homeketeers site, on a Snapshot 30 related post on my site, or through Instagram (each time you tag us).
Ready to get started? If you have any questions please comment below on this post, and chances are if you are wondering about something, then someone else is too 🙂
Today we’re going to do something a little different. No app review today as I want you to concentrate on one thing: documenting your day. I know this time of year is extremely busy for most of us, and it’s incredibly hard to believe we’re almost half way through December already. I have to constantly take a deep breath and remind myself to slow down and enjoy the little things. So that is your task for today: slow down and enjoy all the little things. If you can, document it in photos. Take as many as you can. You don’t have to share them if you don’t want to, but we’d love to see them if you do. Take photos of things that don’t seem significant now (but they may later). Examples: your breakfast, a street sign, the clothes you are wearing today, the mail you bring in, your desk mid morning and then late afternoon, a store sign that you shop at, groceries you buy, your dog lying on the couch…..
We’ll call this: Snapshots of my day
If you blog, I also add an extra challenge for you: blog about today. Share some of your photos on your blog. I promise you that you will love looking back on it one day. It’s often the little things that we tend to overlook but really they can mean so much. If you do blog about this, please add a link in the comments so we can visit your blog.
If you post on instagram tag today’s photos as #snapshotsofmyday
Remember there are bonus challenges in the daily emails. Be sure to tag us (#snapshot30 , @jessacs & @homeketeers) so we can see your photo. You can also post your photo on our facebook page for everyone to see. (and you’ll get bonus entries into the contest!). I’ll also be playing along so you can see my daily challenge photos on my blog and also my Instagram account.
Please leave any comments or questions below and I will be sure to answer right away 🙂
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