Nominate Your Schools Photography Program

Two weeks ago I ran an inventory check. For those of you who have been with me for a while you may remember that we had to rename my photography system. First it was called Cash in a Flash, that was until Mark Victor Hansen and Robert Allen launched a book with that exact name one week after I printed my first run. I had to reprint and rename. Now the system is called Flash In A Cash System. See below.

During the inventory check I realized that I have 10 copies of the printed transcripts of the core system which includes a massive resource guide. I’ve been reluctant to just throw it away and I don’t want to offer it to my clients either.

While I was in Seattle I met a photographer who teaches a photography program at a high school. To nobody’s surprise he’s doing it on pretty much a 0 budget. I liked the guy so I said it’s your lucky day and I’ll give you 5 copies for your students. He was so excited and that got me thinking.

Now that leaves me with another 5 copies. Can you help me with this? If your  favorite school has a photography program that can benefit from these five copies- please nominate them. Simply write a comment below with the name of the school, the teacher and a short intro as to why they should win it. I’ll pay for the shipping and because this is the season I will add a Skype session with the classroom.

Once we get enough nominations you, the community will vote for the winner? Are you up for it?

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Comments

  1. says

    I'd like to nominate Scott Saylor's photography classes at South County Secondary School, Lorton, VA. Scott's students regularly win National Scholastic Gold & Silver Key awards for their photography and Scott has received a National Gold Key Award as an outstanding instructor. I have mentored with the class regularly for over five years and accompanied students during summer photo trips to the Grand Canyon and Yosemite. It's a dynamic program with an eye on artistic development. I'd like to have the students see that it can also be a possible career field as well as an art form.