Monday, May 20, 2013

BPC giveaway!


My newest Big Picture Classes workshop, Multi-Photo Solutions, is open for registration and class begins on June 13th.  I can't wait!  I love this class, and got some great feedback from students who took it last year.  If you missed out and are in need of some practical and FUN solutions for getting through your stack of photos, register now HERE.

OR, you can also leave a comment on this blog post telling me your greatest multi-photo challenge and I'll pick a random winner to receive a FREE SPOT in this workshop!!!  Comments will remain open until midnight (MDT) on Thursday, May 23.  I'll announce a winner on Friday morning.  Good luck!!


8 comments:

Kimberly Kett said...

My biggest challenge is multi 4*6 photo's without trimming them down.

Great give away! Thanks for the chance to win!

~Melissa~ said...

Great little sneak! My challenge is both of my dds are cheerleaders and I take plenty of photos at each game - and want to keep them all - lol!

Catherine said...

Oooh...this sounds wonderful! My greatest challenge is my preference for single page layouts but having multiple photos of the same event to fit on that one page!

jojobeth1 said...

My biggest challenge is to use multiple photos on a layout

Yanina said...

my biggest challenge is to find a way to put as many pictures as possible on a layout. I don't want to miss any pictures. Thanks for the chance.

Jane said...

I struggle with sports photos - trying to make a group of kids running around a field look interesting can stretch the imagination!

CINDY KYLE said...

I have so many pictures and just don't know where to begin. How do you choose which pictures to ad when you only have so much space. It's overwhelming which is why my pictures are still in boxes and all the pretty paper I purchased with good intentions is still sitting in a drawer. lol I love your idea about adding a pocket page from the crop day. Thank you for that

ezobo said...

I can usually get up to three photos on a page. It would be great to be able to use more photos. I'll admit that I'm curious to see how you get up to 20 on a page. I have never tried an online class before. Your class sound so interesting.