Shot Rockers Online Photography Course Review + Giveaway

Shot Rockers Online Photography Course

So you have a fancy DSLR camera, huh?  The question is… do you know how to use it?  After spending a lot of time on Pinterest, I came to the conclusion that I needed to improve my photography skills.  I’m sure many of you are in the same boat.  So I would like to share my review of the Shot Rockers online photography course (+ you will have an opportunity to sign up to win the course).

This past Christmas, my wonderful husband bought me a DSLR camera.  I was so excited.  I needed better photos, but when it came time to take pictures, I found myself still reaching for my point and shoot camera.  I shied away from my new DSLR camera.  Everything about it seemed so intimidating.  When I did use it, I always used the automatic mode.  At the end of the day, my new camera hadn’t really helped me much.  Then a fellow outdoor blogger, Jessica from Bring the Kids  introduced me to

Shot Rockers is an educational photography site dedicated to getting people the best photos possible.  They provide photography tips, courses and training.

Shot Rockers Online Photography Course

What I Like About Shot Rockers

Easy to understand lessons.  I’m currently taking the course, Beginners Guide to Better Photos.  It is a month long class.  Each class has a short 10-15 minute video along with the written lesson.  For me, this has been a great way to learn.

Nice manageable class times.  Lessons take about 20-30 minutes to complete which allow them to fit easily into your busy schedule.

Go at your own pace.  Even though the classes are organized in small chunks, we all have those days when it’s even hard to find 30 minutes.  With this class, if you miss a day or two of class, you just come back and start where you left off.

Courses are affordable and convenient.  I’ve looked into taking photography classes.  Most of them are much more expensive, you have to drive to their location and rearrange your schedule so you can attend the classes.  The Beginners Guide to Better Photos provides you with 28 lessons for $119.  That comes to $4.25 per lesson.  And you don’t have to spend money on gas, hire a babysitter or spend money for a hotel room (like you would for some of the weekend workshops taught at hotels).

***Still a little steep for you?  Make sure you read to the end of this post, where you will find a coupon code for 50% off.***

Taught by a professional photographer.  Tony Murray is the professional photographer who created Shot Rockers and teaches many of the classes.  Want to be inspired?  See his work here.

Lots of support. They actually answer your questions.   In addition, Shot Rockers has a blog where you will find even more tips and insights.

The Bottom Line

Well, if you haven’t figured it out yet, let me make it perfectly clear.  Although, I am still taking the class, I love the Shot Rockers online photography course.  Thanks to Shot Rockers, I am no longer intimidated by my DSLR camera.  And I’ve found a new hobby.

The Contest- Sorry the Contest is OVER.

We are giving away the Beginner’s Guide to Better Photos to 1 lucky winner.  Enter to win via the widget below.

Shot Rockers is also offering  50% off the course for A Little Campy readers.  Go here to use the discount.

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Shot Rockers provided me with this course free of charge for the review.  Opinions are honest and my own.

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  1. Checking this out has been on my list for a while. Sounds like it should move to the top of the list. (After hiking, of course.)

  2. My favorite subjects to photograph are landscapes and animals. I also enjoy doing candid people shots.

  3. BrittanyC. says:

    My favorite subject to photograph? My 21 month old daughter! (While we’re out camping of course!)

  4. Jolene G says:

    My favorite subject to photograph is my children.

  5. Cheryl Rahkonen says:

    My favorite subject to photograph is stormclouds.

  6. I love taking pictures of my daughter, of course.

  7. tina reynolds says:

    my three kids

  8. Angela Nichols says:

    I love taking photos of people.

  9. Megan Parsons says:

    I love taking pictures of my kids and sunrises/sunsets!

  10. whatever inspires me in that moment:)

  11. Thomas Bellamy says:

    The mountains.

  12. Gricelda Castro says:

    My favorite is my kids.

  13. I love taking pictures of my horses.

  14. Danielle says:

    My favorite subject is definitely people. You could photograph the same people over and over and never have the same photos. There are infinite possibilities!

  15. I love taking photos of my son.

  16. SHARON B. says:

    My favorite subject to photograph ar my children

  17. I’m so glad that you liked the class. Told you it was awesome! I’m super excited to see all your awesome (and constantly improving) pictures!

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