Creative classes to fill in a dreary afternoon
Stuck at home on a miserable day? Why not take a creative class (or two) to fill in a dreary afternoon? What better time to learn something to set your inspiration on fire than a day when you really don’t want to be out shooting? Here are some ideas.
Have you checked out ThinkTapLearn? There are loads of online classes on all sorts of topics. Lightroom, Photoshop, Photography and so much more. Grab a one-off class or try a membership.
Are you part of the Photofocus Community? Maybe it’s time to check it out. Full of friendly faces, no ads and loads of tips and tricks on so many different genres of photography. Check out a few articles and join a challenge or two. Meet like-minded people. Learn. Be inspired. Share.
Let’s face it, if you want to learn anything, you’re more than likely to find it on YouTube. So why not spend an hour or two checking out someone’s work you really enjoy? Or find someone new. Nothing like a deep dive to find something new. Yes, even I have a YouTube channel. Tips, and tricks on Photoshop and Lightroom. Or perhaps you want to see behind-the-scenes on some of my creative studio sessions? It’s all there. Please consider Subscribing and liking the videos. Thanks so much.
There is no shortage of Podcasts out there either, on just about anything you can think of. Sure they can be entertaining, but they can also be educational and thought-provoking too. Why not check out what Photofocus has available?
There are so many options for online classes and not just for photography. There are various platforms like Teachable.com and more. Want to learn about something a little more in-depth, not just a 15-minute YouTube video? Then an online classroom, whether live or prerecorded might be your thing. You can even grab some of my online classes: Learn to create beautiful and engaging images with Julie Powell Photography. As a special gift, you can grab My Creative Journey Still Life class for FREE! Yes, free. Just use the Coupon code VIP — no gimmicks (valid for the first 100 applicants).
I’m sure you can find loads of other ideas as well. Read a book, even an eBook. Learning is always a great way to pass a dreary afternoon.