Natural Light Portrait Editing – March 2020

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Natural Light Portrait Editing – March 2020

Many of you have asked for the chance to edit ALONG with me. Here’s your chance! In this Bootcamp, you’ll see how I edit one of my natural light portrait images and then you’ll have the chance to edit the SAME image yourself. Later in the week, you will have the opportunity to submit your own edited images for critique!

Bootcamp starts on Monday, March 9th. The first album which will accept your submissions for critique will be provided by 9am EST that morning. Monday night, I will critique the work submitted that day. The same sequence will happen each day that week, right up through Friday night. Your images for critique must be submitted by 7pm EST each night. After your images have been submitted, I will go through the album and will record a video critiquing your submissions. You will receive one critique video for each of the 5 daily submissions albums. I will also spend time each day in the private Facebook group answering questions there.

You will receive LIFETIME ACCESS to ALL of the Videos in this course.

There is NO requirement that you post images or that you participate in the discussions.  You are free to just read the threads and enjoy the videos.  We all learn at our own pace and in our own way.  You can watch and follow along silently, if that is your preference.

The link to join the group will be available on the course page once you purchase the workshop. You will have to provide your email address AND secret code provided in order to join the Bootcamp Group! You will be approved individually, shortly BEFORE the bootcamp begins.

Questions? Email us at if you have any questions and we will help you. Do not post on Facebook or PM us there. We do NOT check Facebook PMs.

1 Reviews for Natural Light Portrait Editing – March 2020

“Amazing to think you learn so much in as little as five days! Great safe environment to ask questions and learn how to edit so much better. Bonus, the critique comes right from Meg herself. Loved it!”