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Photo Tips for Moms Review and Giveaway

Photo Tips for Mom

About Photographic Life

Moms who want to take better photos of their kids now have a new online resource, thanks to The Photographic Life: Photo Tips for Moms, a new website developed especially for moms to help them take better photos, no matter what type of camera equipment they have. The site was developed by Mary Phillips, a busy Texas mom and professional portrait photographer, who wanted to help other busy moms in an easy-to-understand, jargon-free way.

Membership costs are just $1 trial membership, and after that a very affordable $6 per month (or a special deal of $60 a year), and a portion of the membership fees benefits two non-profit children’s charities, The Tiny Sparrow Foundation and Wipe Out Kids Cancers.

What I thought: I personally thought the whole site was extremely easy to navigate and to understand. I will admit I am not the best when it comes to taking pictures, I have one of those point and clicks and I still seem to get yuck photos, and with being a mom you want to get the best shots possible. Mary not only shows you how to get those best shots, she also explains how to edit those pictures, and how to do those fancy scrapbooking pages.

One thing I like most about this site, is Mary speaks, mom talk and not all these big fancy tech talk that will confuse the heck out of you. I have tried to improve my pictures from other sites, and I end up with a headache trying to figure out what I am doing, by the time the photo is edited I have done closed everything out an headed to bed.

Are you the same way with me when it comes to taking pictures? Well today is your lucky day. I get to give away a year access to Photographic Life which is a $60 value!

Mandatory: Head on over to Photo Tips for Moms and tell me something you learned.

Want extra?

2. Follow Photo Tips for Moms on Twitter. (2 extra)

3. Like Photo Tips for Moms on facebook. (2 extra)

4. Become a Network blog follower. ( Right hand side 2 extra)

5. Become a Google friend and/or subscriber. (1 comment for each you do.)

6. Follow me on twitter. (1 extra)

7. Tweet the giveaway. Just hit retweet above. This can be done daily.

8. Like me on facebook to the right. (2 extra)

Giveaway will close on November 16th @ 11:59 pm CST. Winners will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be drawn.

Disclaimer: I only received a temp pass to check out this site, above is my honest opinion, others may vary.

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About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.


  1. Lundon Bond says:

    High resolution photos have a lot of information, they are big files and will enlarge well. They are also slow to upload and email. Low resolution photos are very small files, great for emailing and Face Book, but if you want to start making prints you may run into trouble.

    here is my email in case I win—- lundonbond (at)

  2. It’s smart to stick with a product line even as your needs change because from model to model, most of the buttons and controls are very similar. Keeps you from having to relearn every camera you buy.” That is really great advice I have a often change camera lines because I think it’s the camera’s that are faulty lol.

  3. I learned that they donate 10% of fees to help fight kids cancer!


  4. Following photo tips on twitter (@gobronson)


  5. Following photo tips on twitter (@gobronson)

  6. Like photo tips on facebook
    (Go Bronson)


  7. Like photo tips on facebook
    (Go Bronson)


  8. Follow with google friend connect! (Go Bronson)

  9. Following you on twitter (@gobronson)


  10. Friend request on facebook (Go Bronson)


  11. Friend request on facebook (Go Bronson)



  12. I learned that you can grow at your own pace and on your own schedule.

  13. I Follow Photo Tips for Moms on Twitter (@trippyjanet) #1

  14. I Follow you on Twitter (@trippyjanet)

  15. I follow through GFC!

  16. susan smoaks says:

    i learned they have edit training

  17. I learned what a prime lens is!

    This would be a great gift for my husband, who is an amateur photographer.

    Thank you!!

  18. Following phototipsformom on Twitter (@surromama2)

  19. Following phototipsformom on Twitter (@surromama2) (entry 2)

  20. I’ve “liked” Photo Tips for Moms on Facebook (Alison Adams) :)

  21. I’ve “liked” Photo Tips for Moms on Facebook (Alison Adams) :) (entry 2)

  22. Following YOU on Twitter (@surromama2) :)

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