All around me, people are lighting up with creative ideas to make the most out of our stay-at-home orders.
Sidewalk chalk and window paintings are bringing messages of hope and joy.
Teddy Bears and hearts are hiding in windows for people to find on their own I-spy adventures.
These people are finding a new center of joy. They found a new focus when everything else was chaos.
We are living history, and I want both be a part of the joy that is coming out of this dust
and also to help other people capture their adventures to remember them forever.
And that is how the FOCUS Photography Project was born.
I want to help you keep you and your kids’ minds busy and growing
while all the things you’d normally love to do have been cancelled.
You’ll learn how to take better pictures and learn to see your world from a whole new perspective
using any digital camera you have, even your phone!
And best yet, when it’s all over, you’re going to have a living memory
of these times you’ll be able to share with your family for generations to come.
I’m creating a 2-week ONLINE photo class where I’ll be showing your kiddos how to get better photos.
There will be four live video teachings each week that will be recorded.
You can join in live to have a chance to chat with me,
or you can watch them at a time that is more convenient for you.
There will be photo challenges to put into practice what you’ve learned
and a private Facebook group where you can upload your photo challenges
for age-appropriate and gentle critiquing to nurture your photography skills.
The group will remain open for the rest of the shelter-in order,
which means you’ll have more than 2 weeks to watch all the classes and
get your photos in for the challenges.
Focus Photography Project is $50 for your WHOLE. FAMILY.
For the price of one meal out with your family, you can all learn how to be better
memory keepers for your family, for this time and all your future adventures together.
I’m not going to put any age limits on kids because you know your kids’ abilities better than me.
I think if you give a kid a camera, you’ll be surprised how they see the world.
We’re starting April 6. To sign up, fill out the contact form below with your name and contact information, and I’ll send you more information.
Because I’m giving personal attention to each and every person who is a part of this, I’m limiting space to the first 20 families that sign up.
So hurry up and grab your spot!