Just Clickin’ with Women Who Love Photography

Whether you’re a photography buff or hobbyist at heart, I have the perfect community for you to be a part of;  Clickin Moms.  Not just for moms mind you but for all women who share the same passion for photography.

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When you arrive to their site, you are in awe of the breathtaking, endearing photos to the right and soothed by the color palette.  You immediately notice the focus on the photos and the welcome but can easily see who’s supporting the site with the drop down tab at the top. So subtle, yet clear.

I’ve seen a many communities in my day but I have to say, Clickin Moms is quality built, thinking of every kind of photographer.  Once a member, you have access to some of the kindness, most talented women I’ve met.  They immediately make you feel welcomed and even though you might feel a slight bit of intimidation by all that talent, don’t let it scare you. Like Jennifer told me,

“I look back at stuff from even one or two months ago (mostly post-processing, since that is what I will be focusing on) and I can see vast improvement, all kudos to the info and help I’ve received here. Don’t be intimidated and just focus on your journey and learning experience. :o) Everyone was new at some point.”

Those are the kind of people I like to surround myself around.

Not only are there good people at Clickin’ Moms, there are fabulous photo tutorials, challenges, resources for actions and templates, and even a vendor thread just in case you’re interested in purchasing  trendy camera straps or booking a photo session!  The gallery is the perfect, safe place to share your photos.  I love seeing the tweaked photos against the untweaked ones and how, if you are willing, you can see a whole new perspective when someone else plays with your photo.  Honestly there is a wealth of information made available to members that is sure to keep your busy for hours.

Anyone who is into photography should consider becoming a member.  I have no doubt that you’ll enjoy every second you’re there.  All this fabulousness does come with a cost. A cost that is very budget friendly and worth every cent in my opinion. A quick look at price packages:

  • 1 Month ($8.00 for each month)
  • 6 Months ($30.00 for each 6 months)
  • 1 Year ($50.00 for each year)

You can see more options at the site.  You’ll definitely benefit from purchasing the advanced price and that’s what I recommend.  And of course, you can always pay for a month and try it out!

The only flaw I could find were a couple of forum errors. Nothing major at all.  I give this photography community two thumbs up and hope to see you over there!

SOMETHING FOR YOU

A one year subscription is up for grabs.  To enter, simply leave a comment one thing you’d love to learn about to enhance your photography/photography skills.

Additional ways to enter, leaving each one in a separate comment.

Giveaway ends on Oct. 11th.  Good luck!

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Discussion

  1. Sara says

    Oh how wonderful! I would love to learn about exposure, composition, and other technical jargon. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  4. Jenn says

    I love to take photographs and would Love to learn how to take my photography to the next level. I need to improve my use of filters.

  5. says

    As you can see from my blog, I love photography. BUT, I am having trouble with figuring out lighting. So many pictures I take have to be edited and that hurts the overall quality of the pic. Love this giveaway. Just recently found out about clickinmoms from your website.
    .-= Lone Star Lifer´s last blog ..$1000 OfficeMax Giveaway. =-.

  6. says

    Thanks for the great giveaway!! I need something to motivate my photography. Although I LOVE taking pictures, I really need to learn how to use my camera to my advantage.
    .-= Denise´s last blog ..Princess!! =-.

  7. jutta ervell says

    I have so much to learn. The first thing is how to move out of the snapshot and into the realm of portraits.- Better composition? Better understanding of how light works?

  8. Jennifer Boyd says

    Oh my goodness….this sounds wonderful. It’s so me. I would like to learn more about photo editing, which programs work best, and the best ways to digitally enhance photos (among many things). I’d love, love, love to win this. Thanks for entering me.

  9. AngieS says

    There are so many things I would like to learn…for starters I would like to feel confident enough to take photos in the fully manual mode!!

  10. says

    I have looked at this community and really want to join but I just can’t afford it right now. I want to improve every aspect of my photography as I am just branching out and looking at doing it professionally. The main thing I want to do right now is working on lighting techniques and such.
    .-= Sonya´s last blog ..Not Me! Monday =-.

  11. Nichole says

    I would love to learn more about using the manual mode on my camera for better pictures, as well as post processing.

  12. Krysta says

    I got my first SLR less than a year ago so I have oh-so-much to learn! I’d really like to learn more about the post-processing and business side of photography.

  13. says

    Oh I’d love a membership! I’ve been eyeing it but haven’t justified the cost! I JUST got a dSLR for my bday Sunday (10/4) so I am anxious to learn more about how to use it properly!
    .-= Dana J´s last blog ..Cricut Meme! =-.

  14. Colleen says

    I would love to learn more about Photoshop. I have some great photos, but would like to make them a little more creative.
    Thanks!

  15. michelle a says

    I’d love to learn more about lighting with the winter months coming fast and being limited for outdoor shoots.

  16. says

    Id love to learn more about processing in photoshop. I also want to have more confidence working with the people Im photographing.

  17. Julie P says

    I would love to learn more about on-camera flash. I bought a Sigma flash with bounce capabilities and have had fun using it for still life photos. I still have a lot to learn, however, when it comes to people.
    Thank you for the contest! A year’s subscription to Clickin’ Moms is an awesome prize! Thanks!

  18. Ginny says

    To enhance my photography skills, I’d love to learn some photoshop or other editing techniques. It is the final touches that can really make a photo pop!

  19. U. says

    Need to learn more about light and exposures. I would love to switch to natural light only for all my photography.

  20. Heidi says

    I am a beginner and have just started using Photoshop. There are so many options and things you can do with your photos, I wish I had a better handle on how to use all the options!

  21. says

    I’ve taken a college Photoshop course, but it was geared more towards web design image creation. I would like to learn more about enhancing photos with Photoshop.

    I would also like to learn how to creat HDR photos.
    And, I’m always ready to learn more about manual settings.
    Gee, I guess that was more than one… oops

  22. Laura says

    I would like to learn creative ways to photograph children as well as Photoshop techniques. Clickin Moms seems like a great place for encouragement and learning.

  23. Lisa A says

    I have the Photoshop program and I would like to learn how to use it other than the basic options. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  24. dawn says

    I would like to learn creative ways to photograph children and be able to actually understand Photoshop so my family and I would be to enjoy them

  25. Heather C says

    We have a young actor in the family. I’d love to be able to take headshot photos myself instead of having to shell out $500 for photo sessions every six months to a year. Plus, we’d have control over the photos themselves. VERY IMPORTANT!

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  27. Angie Zagars says

    I would love to learn more about interacting with children and creative posing for kids. It’s one thing to take photos of your own kids, but a whole different story getting other people’s kids comfortable with you.

  28. Kathy S says

    I would love to learn how to be successful at taking “action” shots of my granddaughters. My pictures turn out blurry at times when they are on the playground, playing sports, or just in general…being kids! I’d love to learn the settings, lighting tricks and speed settings for my digital camera to make me more successful with my photography.

  29. becky says

    I just started playing around with photography. There are too many things I would love to learn about photography. I have pondered taking classes, I am not used to doing things like that for myself and spending the money for myself…