“My neurologist recommended taking iPhotography Course. And what a difference it has made for me!”
Since her teenage years Jan had always used a film camera. However, she never really felt confident that she knew what she was doing, and she wasn’t really sure where to start. So, when her husband bought her a digital camera, she decided it was time to attend a photography class.
Unfortunately, due to a traumatic brain injury (which left Jan with memory and processing difficulties), she struggled to keep up and remember what was being taught in the lesson.
Jan’s health professional recommended she try iPhotographyCourse.com, and since then Jan has never looked back:s.
“My neurologist recommended taking ‘iPhotography Course’. And what a difference this course has made for me. I was able to take each module at my own time and pace, and then repeat the modules as and when I needed.”
– Jan, USA
As Jan’s confidence grew, she picked up the courage to join her local artist’s association and then entered 6 framed photos into 3 of their shows winning 3rd place!
Since then, Jan has used her photography for good causes such as donating her images to a charity organization to help raise funds for a battered women’s shelter.
iPhotography really stood out to Jan, because it was a perfect fit for her learning. She could take her time with each of the modules, and then retake them over and over again, as and when she needed which was extremely important to her.
Kan even managed to achieve an excellent iPhotography Course score of 94%. Congratulations Jan! Yours is a truly remarkable story and your strength and determination in the face of such adversity has been an inspiration to everyone. We are proud to have you as a student of iPhotography Course.
Jan even managed to achieve an excellent iPhotography Course score of 94%. Congratulations Jan! Yours is a truly remarkable story and your strength and determination in the face of such adversity has been an inspiration to everyone. We are proud to have you as a student of iPhotography Course.
iPhotography Course gave me the knowledge and confidence I needed to go out and practice, practice, practice. I still use my cheat sheets due to my memory issues but that’s OK and when I’m out there shooting I talk to myself through the whole process.
Prior to taking the course I had a hard time calling myself an “artist” or “photographer”. But now I feel I can.
Because my brain does not work as it used to prior to my head injury, I began to feel very inadequate and sorry for myself. iPhotography Course has really given me a sense of accomplishment and purpose. People like my photos; they like how I see things and that makes me feel a lot better about myself.
Here are some examples of Jan’s work that she has uploaded to the iPhotography Student Gallery
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