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I don’t know about you, but for us here in Kansas winter times means a lot of indoor time. We haven’t in the past few years had a fun or pretty winter…just cold and blustery. That means we photograph a lot indoors using our windows.  A lot of good stuff happens during this time of year and the natural light in our homes is gorgeous. We created two new Simplified Field Guides this month that are perfect for this time of year. The first is Simplified Window Light. We introduce you to how to place your child to find great light using just your windows. You will be amazed by how amazing and FREE window light is.  We also now have Capturing Christmas in our Shop. This field guide hopefully helps you photograph some of the most iconic holiday scenes and inspires you to capture your holiday and enjoy it at the same time.

 

In both of these guides we want to make it easy for you to learn and practice. We also want to encourage you to embrace the imperfect and this crazy, awesome, messy time with your kids. Take pictures for your memories, not for Instagram followers. You are most likely the historian for your family and we really want to to encourage you to take pictures that matter today, but will be invaluable in 10 – 20 – 30 years from now.

 

Learning photography doesn’t have to be like drinking from a fire hose. Little by little you can learn new techniques and challenge yourself to explore new light and composition. We hope you join us this month!

 

Use code save20 to save 20% on your order this month.

 

 

Bundle the two for the the most fun this winter.

If you are stuck inside you should enjoy it. Right?

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Check out our Simplified Photography Guides when you are ready to starting learning photography. We would love to teach you….at your own pace. Our guides are well… simplified. You can read them at bedtime or even during nap time. Busy moms don’t have time to reach a photography novel. We included what you need to know now… when you are ready jump into our Field Guides… where you can dig a little deeper.

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