Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Big Picture Classes giveaway!

The Thanksgiving holiday is almost upon us. My family will once again run the Turkey Day 5K in downtown Minneapolis. We are planning on running our giblets off.

In honor of the holidays coming up, I have a giveaway to share: an upcoming class from Big Picture Classes called Picture the Holidays. Here's the details:

Picture the Holidays with Tracey Clark
Another 31 Days of Festive Photography with Tracey Clark
12/01/2013 $36.00

About the Class
Spend this December taking inspired, artful photographs of the world around you, during the most wonderful time of the year. Picture the Holidays has been reframed and refreshed for 2013, with new prompts and new pictures to help you creatively and mindfully celebrate this season of joy!

This 31-day workshop, from photographer and author Tracey Clark, is the perfect remedy for the holiday hustle.

Every morning, you'll receive a seasonal photo prompt that will not only inspire your inner photographer, but will also encourage you to take a few moments to yourself to get creatively centered before the day's festivities begin. Inside the classroom, you'll also find a class creed, holiday photography tip sheet, live blog, active student gallery, and supportive classroom message board.

Since the holidays are coming up quickly, I'm going to leave this giveaway up for a few days. If you are interested in being considered for this giveaway, please leave a comment telling me something you love (or loathe!) about the holiday season. I will draw a winner at 12:00 noon Saturday, November 30 CST. Be sure to stop by and check if you are the winner--the class starts December 1st!


Sandra said...

I love the children's excitement. I loathe watching everyone lie around the house 5 days later making messes that no one wants to clean up and getting antsy because I don't want to lie around doing "nothing" anymore.

alisonm said...

I need perspective! But, can I use my Point and shoot camera for this class?

Margie said...

I love the traditions and photo ops!

Jen said...

I love building traditions with my family, and seeing the magic through my children. It is a lot to live up to sometimes. I loathe that. ;)

Anonymous said...

I love the quieter week between Christmas and New Year's, to enjoy the tree (we put it up later in Germany), enjoy gifts and just being together. Thanks for the Chance to win!
-Erin in Germany

almadr said...

I love Christmas tunes - they always cheer me up and make me feel it's this special time of year again ;-)
Thanks for this giveaway!