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December 1, 2016

Embracing The Chaos | Jan/Feb Class | The Bloom Forum Online Workshop

I am super excited to announce that my Jan/Feb workshop over at The Bloom Forum is now open for early registration! See below for more information.

EMBRACING THE CHAOS with photographer Jayme Ford

Embracing The Chaos | The Bloom Forum Online Workshop by Jayme Ford | thepaperdeer.ca

Want to break free from the ordinary and create emotive images that will stand the test of time? No more fake smiles and uncomfortable looking, forced connections. Learn to work with unhappy dads, ease the stressed out moms, and enjoy those crazy littles. Come join me, Jayme Ford of The Paper Deer Photography and Embrace the Chaos of these incredible beautiful family’s. If you have ever wanted to whole heartily capture the love between family members and fully document your clients story of togetherness and love, this 2 week, interactive course will help lead you on your way!

We will be covering a lot to do with Family Photography but this class is so much more involved.  A few topics we will be covering in this course will be; Getting to Know your Clients, Location Scouting, Working with Kids, Working with Parents (aka How to Win Over Dads), My Go-To Equipment, When Sessions Go Bad (how to deal with it without it showing in your photos), My Key Shot List, Indoor Lifestyle, The Shy Photographer – Building Confidence, Workflow, Pricing & How to Attract the Right Clientele, Getting Testimonials WHILE Boosting your SEO at the Same Time, and a bonus Iphoneography AND Intro to Basic Videography Lesson! There will be a few assignments as well as a Q&A section and private Facebook group for all members to interact during and after the workshop. There will also be a link posted to the complete PDF at the end of the course!

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who this is for? Anyone who yearns to document the real moments of your clients, who wants to feel confident going into a session all while spending more time with YOUR family because your workflow has been cut in HALF.

prerequisites: A DSLR and knowledge of shooting in manual is recommended for this workshop (I won’t be going over settings too much)

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red-deer-family-photographer011ALL THE DETAILS:

1. This workshop will run from Jan 23rd – Feb 4th.

2. 25 active seats are available at $200.00USD per seat.

3. 25 silent seats are available at $150.00USD per seat. (Silent seats will be able to view and receive all the workshop material but cannot post inside the private forum, or email Jayme and get cc on their homework.)

4. The private workshop information will be available for one month after the workshop ends but there will be a complete PDF sent to you at the end with a BONUS iPhoneography and Intro to Basic Videography lesson!

5. This is an online workshop and students work at their own pace within the allotted workshop dates. I will be posting one lesson per day for 14 days, each is about a 15 min read. There is no set time you will need to be online.

6. Registration is now open on a first come first serve basis, my last workshop sold out so don’t hesitate, it is limited to only 25 active, silent & alumni seats!

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Embracing The Chaos | The Bloom Forum Online Workshop by Jayme Ford | thepaperdeer.ca

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POLICIES:

Once you register your PayPal receipt will act as your confirmation to the workshop. **Please make sure to include your main email address on your PayPal form if your main address is not your PayPal email address.** I will be sending a welcome email a week before the workshop so make sure to check your spam folder! I lot of attendees said the emails ended up there!

You must be a member of The Bloom Forum to participate in this course, click here to join!  No refunds are given once a seat is purchased, however, you can sell your seat on your own, but please let me know so I can add the new person to the roster.

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Love from previous Attendees:

“I feel so empowered after completing this course and was beyond excited to go out and shoot, meet with clients, and push myself to a new level. These lessons brought tears to my eyes on numerous occasions because it made me understand how “normal” some of the things we go through, are. I’m so thankful for the time I had in this course and look forward to putting it to practice.”

– Jennifer Christensen

“Jayme’s course was a blessing in disguise. While I was searching for new information I found inspiration and a new fire within that made me want to pick up my camera. After Jayme’s course I feel inspired and I’m loving my work more than I ever have. ” 

– Jenna Hobbs

“The workshop was packed full or content that I had hoped for. I found each lesson built so well onto each other and together combined to be a treasure of content. It was nice having daily lessons that helped focus each day and was exciting to look forward to. I learnt as much as I had anticipated and then some. I loved how it wasn’t just about family photography but about the business of being a professional family photographer, as well as focusing on myself personally. It wasn’t a generic workshop, it was a workshop that has helped me grow personally as well. It was so great realizing that I am not the only photographer who struggles with being shy – and learning how to be confident and value myself and my time (and family time) despite that. Being part of such a wonderful group of other photographers who have similar struggles also helped me feel more encouraged”

– Liesel Sanday

I would LOVE to have you in my class, if you have any questions at all please email me at paperdeerphoto@gmail.com.

Active Seat – $200USD



Silent Seat – $150USD



Alumni Seat – $100 USD (THIS IS ONLY OFFERED TO PREVIOUS ATTENDEES)



Active Seat

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Michele 20:07 December 11, 2016 Reply
Hello, im considerinG taking yur course. Im from Calgary And i see Your from red deer so im Wondering why its all in usd? Thanks Michele
    paperdeerphoto 20:09 December 11, 2016 Reply
    Hi Michelle! The class is hosted on a US based forum which is why the funds are in USD :)
      Michele 07:46 December 12, 2016 Reply
      Gotcha:). Thank you:)
[…] two when we first met in November 2015. Aliesha is a budding photographer (who recently took my Embracing the Chaos Class and is KILLING it) that is also introverted like me, so we were meant to work together haha. […]
HELENE MOULIN 03:27 January 13, 2017 Reply
Hi Jayme, I would like to know if there will be live session during the workshop so it would be a problem for me to attend your workshop from france with a time difference.Maybe it would be better to take a silent seat ? Hoping to be able to join your workshop have a beautiful day helene

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