Monday, May 2, 2011

Big Picture Classes Giveaway!

We hope you are gearing up for a super fun and productive National Scrapbook Day with Creating Keepsakes and Big Picture Classes this Saturday! We sure are! Jenni Bowlin Studio is sponsoring the event with a "win it before you can buy it" giveaway! That's a HUGE hint that we've got some new product to share with you SOON! Woohoo! And to celebrate, we've got a Big Picture Class to give away here on the Inspiration Blog. Leave a comment telling us about one of your favorite things to photograph in the spring and we'll randomly choose a winner on Friday.



Picture Spring self-paced class taught by Tracey Clarke
Picture Spring is a 30-day self-paced e-class that will encourage and inspire you to use photography to celebrate the season of new beginnings while honoring and nourishing your creative spirit. With a new email and fresh perspective in your inbox each morning, you'll use the daily photo prompt to help open your mind and guide your lens to see and capture your life and the world around you. Whether you are an expert photographer, or just starting out, this project will help you see things in a completely new light.

ETA . . . there's another BPC Giveaway on our Facebook Page!
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54 comments:

  1. One of my favorite things to take pics of is my boys playing baseball.. Needless to say they started last month and I already have more then 500 pictures. :) Can't help myself. I love to see those smiles & joy it brings to do something they love so much!

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  2. It's got to be the spring flowers in the garden s they really make me smile.

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  3. I love taking pictures of flowers...actually most anything in nature.

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  4. I love taking photos of my kids, so happy to playing outdoors after being cooped up during the winter. I also love taking photos of my gardens. It's so fun to watch them progress and grow. Thank you so much for the chance!

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  5. I love when I can actually get a picture of my two kids together in one spot!!!

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  6. Barbed wire fences and wildflowers

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  7. I love to get out riding and find really OLD barns. They make beautiful photos plus they are becoming a thing of our past. Prettier in spring because most have weeds and wild flowers grown up!!

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  8. spring flowers and buds on trees are one my favorite things to photograph in the spring!

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  9. I love photographing flowers and my dog playing out in the yard.

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  10. My dachshund chasing his favorite ball!

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  11. I love to take pictures of the flowers that are beginning to bloom.

    Marian

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  12. I love taking pictures of tulips as they first start to open up. They give me such hope for summer with their pop of color on our bleak Montana flower beds!

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  13. My fav thing to take a picture of in the spring is my girls playing by the water.

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  14. The spring weather is finally peeking out here in PA. I would love to use this time to take some Spring photos. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  15. We always go to a garden for pictures. Sometimes we go to our "local" one that's an hour away or we go to the one where my grandparents live eight hours away.

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  16. nursecb05@yahoo.comMay 2, 2011 at 5:49 PM

    I love taking pictures of my flowers progress in the spring. I also love playground pictures with the kids and the excitement on their faces of winter gone and being able to be outside again. Colleen B.

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  17. One of my favorite things to photograph is morning dew. Its an exquisite time of day, just before the hustle of daily life begins

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  18. Anything that has all of the wonderful, lush, green nature in it!

    anabidia @ yahoo dot com

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  19. One of my favorite things to take photographs of in the spring are the hummingbirds returning to feed on Salvia bush near our home. If I can catch them in action,that is which requires a bit of patience!! *also flowers blooming. Thanks for the chance! Theresa

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  20. I love to take photos of my kids immersing themselves in signs of spring, digging in the dirt, investigating worms/snails, or a bouquet of dandelions.

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  21. i like to take pics threw screens, windows, fences, etc. especially if my grandkids are in the picture. love nature, wildflowers, birds too

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  22. I find myself infatuated with nature, flowers, insects, birds. I think we take their beauty for granted.

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  23. I love photographing new flowers and buds.

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  24. I love to photograph the cactus flowers blooming and the wildflowers that pop up at this time of year -- Beautiful!

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  25. I love taking photos of our garden, the antique rose, daylilies, blackberries, plums etc., and all the creatures who visit it! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. Love taking pics of the flowers as they are blooming.

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  27. Flowers, children playing; really anything!!
    Thanks!

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  28. As the weather gets warmer, I love to take candid photos of the kids at the park/playground or riding bikes.

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  29. I love to take pictures of my dog playing outside amongst the wildflowers!

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  30. Well, since my niece was born in '09, she is my most favorite subject to photograph, no matter what the season! If I had to pick just one Spring thing, I would say flowers; I really love photographing flowers and nature in Spring and Summer. :-)

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  31. I love taking photographs of my sons at their sporting events - soccer, track and cross country. The fast pace action makes it challenging but I surprise myself from time to time with getting just the right shot that sums up the season with one look at the photo.

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  32. Wonderful class, thank you for sharing!

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  33. I love taking photos of the spring flowers!

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  34. All the spring flowers and bushes which are the first things to color my world after the long winter.

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  35. I love taking pictures of my kids outside in the Spring! We live in a place where we don't see the sun often, so it's a luxury when they're able to be outside enjoying it.

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  36. The flowers blooming since it's so refreshing and full of life and color!

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  37. love taking pics of my boys climbing in lush green trees :)

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  38. Love photographing my garden and the butterflies...when I'm lucky enough to get one i the shot!

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  39. Everything! The light is nicer and the outdoors are prettier!

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  40. I love to photograph my sons playing outside carefree, and so innocent. These are the moments I treasure the most!

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  41. I love butterflies and flowers. But I'm craving to photograph my little goddaughter playing outside.

    xoxo

    sabrinaweb at gmail.com

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  42. My son playing baseball and the crab apple tree in our front yard which has beautiful pink flowers right now...a staple photo in the spring for sure!

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  43. We love to do our photos down by the brook with all the wildflowers springing up~

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  44. During the warmer weather my husband and I like taking impromptu trips to various local outdoor markets and quaint antique shops. I never miss the chance to take pictures of local produce, flower stalls or quirky finds.

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  45. Our family Easter egg hunt! We have a children's egg hunt and an adult egg hunt. The kids are so much nicer than the adults;) Lots of great pics every year.

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  46. My favorite thing...photograph pictures of my gardens before they have blossomed or really greened out...so I can create contrasts as the season progresses.

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  47. That's easy...beautiful blooms silhouetted against blue skies before all the colors of both get too summer-intense.

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  48. For me it would have to be my cherry trees. The colors are so vibrant against the blue sky. I have to make it my desktop photo so I can enjoy it all the time!

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  49. anything to do with being outside!!!

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  50. i love photographing all fresh greenery - budding life and blooms on trees - also i love that days are longer and I have access to natural light

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  51. my toddler granddaughter has become my new obsession this spring!

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