Want to be seen?


Every photographer I meet wants to be seen. Heck, every human I meet wants to be seen.

It’s a universal desire.

For some, this desire drives them to do everything they can to get noticed, whether it’s obsessively using social media, buying new gear, attending event after event.

As photographers, we often think it takes spending countless hours and dollars to get that competitive edge to stand out.

It leaves some so inwardly focused that they actually never gain momentum in the right direction.

As a photographer, I’ve been there. But life’s experiences led me to refocus and reframe.

The approach I began to take was this:

What if photography wasn’t about being seen, but learning to see?

I changed how I did everything.

I’ve learned a lot in the past decade, but, to be honest, I’m still learning.

That’s why I created See University. I wanted a place where we could all learn and share together.

If you’re trying to get noticed or trying to take better pictures but still struggle to stand out, I want to help you.

If you’re longing to become a full-time photographer but just can’t seem to get your feet on the ground, See University can help point you in the right direction.

Today, we opened the doors to See University for the final time this year.

You won’t be able to join again until some time next year, so if you’re needing inspiration, encouragement of an online community and practical hands-on instruction to help you become a better photographer, the time to join is now.

If you enroll today or tomorrow, we’ll send you a free download of my ebook, Evernote for Creatives: How to Turn Chaos Into Organized Productivity. Using Evernote helps me get and stay organized and I’m able to capture my ideas on the go. (And if you’ve ever wondered how I’m able to do as much as I do, this is it.)

I hope you take a minute and join. You won’t regret it.

By the way, if you’ve been following my free video series, How to Get Unstuck as a Photographer and Gain Momentum, I just posted video 3 this morning. Check it out here. I hope it helps.