When you attend school, you know that the smaller the class, the more individual and focused attention you will receive. The same goes for photographic classes. Thatâ€™s part of the reason Professional Photographers of Americaâ€™s (PPA) Super Monday programs have been such a huge success throughout the years.
Super Monday features educational programs around the country, hosted by professional photographers in their own studios. The next Super Monday happens around November 12, 2007. Tuition for a full day of learning is just $99 if photographers pre-register online by October 22, 2007.
Not only are there classes in most states and many cities, the programs feature a wide variety of topics to choose from. Course offerings typically range from seniors, children and weddings to marketing, workflow and digital software. An added bonus is the small class sizeâ€¦many are restricted to 15 students or less. This leads to a concentrated learning collaboration. The instructor shares personal knowledge and skills, and the students usually practice what is taught on the spot. Talk about in-depth, hands-on learning!
Photographers who attended similar classes in the past have raved about the new skills and improvements to their businesses. As one attendee of Jacqueline Hickâ€™s April 2007 Super Monday program said, â€œJackie pushed me to try something new! My confidence and enthusiasm has soared.â€
To discover more about the November Super Monday programs, see the brochure inserted in the August Professional Photographer magazine and browse or register online at http://events.ppa.com under â€œSuper Monday.â€ You can also chat about the programs one-on-one with other photographers and instructors on the online forum, www.OurPPA.com/forums (under topic â€œSuper Mondayâ€).