Ginger Snap Crafts: Say No to Auto Video Workshop with Kristen Duke Photography {Review & Giveaway}

Say No to Auto Video Workshop with Kristen Duke Photography {Review & Giveaway}

This post is brought to you by Kristen Duke Photography.

Hello! Last week I told you about one of my new year’s resolutions ~ eating healthier. Today I’m sharing one more with you ~ learning how to take pictures in manual mode! Eek! I have been putting this one off for way too long! Last year I made the plunge & bought a Canon Rebel digital SLR camera. Sometimes I get so frustrated with it that I go back to my old camera! ha! ;) Buuuut I’ve resisted the urge to do that, & my goal is to figure out my camera this year. This week I was able to review Kristen Duke’s brand new Say No to Auto Beginner Photography Video Workshop! I love that you can watch it again & again. I’ve already placed an order for a new lens (that Kristen recommends!), and I can’t wait to start trying out some of Kristen’s awesome tips. :) I am also excited to be giving away the Say No to Auto Beginner Photography Video Workshop to one of you! Keep reading to see how to enter, and I have a coupon code if you’d like to order! :)

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The Say No to Auto Workshop is priced at $60 for the video download. Kristen charges $150 for LIVE workshop tickets. So this is a steal! :) Plus this video can be watched over & over again, paused, you can rewind it & view it whenever you’d like to. This gives you plenty of time to let it really sink in, & then apply it to your picture taking. Awesome!  Right now you can use the code gingersnap10 to get $10 off your purchase. Yay! :) FYI~ If you win this giveaway Kristen will refund you if you have already purchased the workshop. 

I would also recommend buying Kristen’s book, Say No to Auto to go along with the video workshop. (You can purchase that here or on Amazon.com.)

You can find out more information about the workshop on Kristen's site & by watching the video below. :)

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I was given a copy of the Say No to Auto Video Workshop for this review. No other compensation was given. All opinions are my own.

This post was created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

38 comments:

  1. Several! Eating healthier, get some exercise (any exercise, really!) and work/life/blog balance :)

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  2. Yes -- less yelling at the kids. :)

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  3. Get less stressed over the little things. :) - I got the Say No to Auto book for Christmas. The video workshop would be AWESOME to go with it.

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  4. I like Niki's resolution for less yelling at the kids...I'm all over that too!

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  5. I don't usually make resolutions but I am expecting my first Grandchild (it's a boy!) and I would love to learn some photography skills and be "that crazy photo taking Grandma"!

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  7. I never use auto on my camera, but still have no idea what I'm doing. I just get lucky! LOL.

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  8. Same as yours! My resolution is to learn how take great pictures with my new dslr!

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  9. I got a Canon DSLR last November and my goal for this year is to get away from the Auto settings too. This will be so helpful!!

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  10. My New Year's resolution is to take the time to learn about my DSLR camera!

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  11. My resolution is to spend less time on the computer :)

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  12. I want to start eating cleaner! And be more organized =)

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  13. My one word resolution is "FOCUS" - so I can get more accomplished without getting sidetracked all the time! {and I also need to learn how to blur the "focus" on the background in my photos too so I need this class! LOL} Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. Just one this year, get organized. I am so organized-challenged it's not even funny.

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  15. Make this year better than last year.

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  16. I don't do new years resolutions - but I do have a goal - to find happiness every day.

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  17. Just one! I have a whole page, two column list of goals for this year! lol One is to build up my kids more though. :)

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  18. I have two resolutions - more family time and to get healthy! I would love to be able to use my Camera to its fullest!!!

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  19. No resolution but trying to relax more and limit my stress

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  20. Stress less and enjoy the little things in life more. That's my resolution.

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  21. My resolution is to be more serious about blogging, more consistent and to keep with it diligently after the baby comes!

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  22. Actually this is perfect timing as I want to start shooting manual; I am not on auto but I do use both shutter speed/aperture priority when I take pictures

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  23. yes, I always make resolutions! some I do really well, some not so well...... I try to keep them to 5 r under. I don't want to overwhelm myself. wish me luck!

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  24. I have set limits on my crafting... I have so many unfinished projects, so much yarn and fabric. That my resolution is to start finishing....

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  25. I actually do not have a New Years resolution. I have some stuff I want to finish before my birthday in August and some goals I hope to achieve this year but all of those plans were started and out into action long before New Years.

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  26. To get my house and life organized !!

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  27. I have an Olympus camera and get so frustrated because I don't know how to use it, so I keep going back to my little point and click. I don't make resolutions, but I do have things that I would like to tackle... one of them is to learn how to properly use my "good" camera, so your post come at the perfect time.

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  28. To get more water in so I just feel better in general.

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  29. Yes, several, which I haven't exactly fleshed out, but one of them is to blog more and do more "designy" things

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  30. to create a healthier lifestyle for me and my family

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  31. No resolutions, per say, just a defining word..."me". I'm at a point in my life where I need to true to myself and indulge myself for a change.

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  32. My resolution is to read more. I just started Divergent! xo Daniela

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  33. My resolution is to finish all the projects I started in 2013.

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  34. My resolution is to get organized.

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  35. My resolution is to Listen - to my kids, to my body, to my faith, to my creativity...

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