The Inspired Club – On-line Photography Tutorials & Community



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We are so excited to share The Inspired Club with you. TIC offers an extensive online library of photography courses and tutorials as well as membership to a community where you can promote yourself and your company by creating a profile., post pictures and connect with myself and other creative/professional members. It is an environment where I hold on-line Workshops and Q & A’s and where you will be able to join us LIVE on set. Our Branding and Business Development and Social Media tutorials are geared specifically toward our Entrepreneur members . The Inspired Club promotes creativity and living an inspired healthy life. So in the club there are lots of tips on fitness, travel and lifestyle.
The Inspired Club is truly an interactive artist community where we inspire each other to set and achieve goals and CREATE the life you want to live.

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9 thoughts on “The Inspired Club – On-line Photography Tutorials & Community

  • April 14, 2019 at 09:52
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    You look like a pro at first…you have the look, style and you photography work are awesome but you are not expert . asking why?one the video in the website header are blurry this is most important for photographer.
    2.you don't answe any of the comments you've getting in your channel on any time..you don't respect your audiance and you talking as you are social media expert…this is the opposite..
    even when i thought at first taking the course and it's not cheap at all..
    bottom line- .i don't see your expertise yet at social media and photography to do those courses

  • April 14, 2019 at 09:52
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    HAVE YOU EVER DONE A SHOOT FOR A DELIVERY?  IM DOING MY SISTERS AND THAT LIGHTING IS HARD TO JUDGE AND MOST OF THE TIME IS THAT UGLY YELLOW LIGHTING AND NO OUTSIDE LIGHT AT ALL.  ANY TIPS?? =-)

  • April 14, 2019 at 09:52
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    Hey! Could you make a video on this? When it comes to Aperture Priority and TV (Time Value) how are those settings alike and how do they differ to each other? And would using a high ISO or fast shutter speed work when using TV to capture fast action shots? i do notice i get more settings options on TV compared to Aperture Priority. I'm going to a Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert the 29th of Nov. in Fort Wayne, IN (don't know if you heard of them) and considering using TV and not depend on using the high speed HQ bursts to capture those fast action shots hair flipping and rocking out and everything else going on.

  • April 14, 2019 at 09:52
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    Hey Jenna, hope you are doing well. Your branding is on pointe, more than your brilliant photography. Congratulations ! Keep Inspiring. xx

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