Kickstart a Personal Photography Project

Instructor: Lori Lankford
January 5

This short course will give you all the tools needed to create, launch, and share a photo project. Join instructor Lori Lankford for a one and half hour seminar where she will share her personal projects and give you all the tools needed to start your own project in 2021!

Course material is available on January 5 and includes a 1.5 hour Zoom seminar, a downloadable project plan toolkit, and project idea book.

Live Zoom Seminar onTuesday, January 5 at 7:00 pm

Personal Photo Projects are an essential tool to expand your photography skills.

Regardless of your experience level, a photo project will give you a focus, a determination, a direction for your work. This course gives you all the tools to get started with a project this year!

Short Course Content

This course includes a one and a half hour live Zoom session giving you all the tools you need to start a project in 2021! A downloadable project planning guide, a project idea book, and a recording of the seminar will be included in the course.

The idea book is full of projects based on project time, skill, or interest. The instructor will also share four of her personal projects for inspiration.

The course also includes a participant community, a place to share your projects, and your images.

  • 1.5 Hour Zoom session where the instructor will share her personal projects, and give you all the tools needed to kickstart your project.

  • Project Planning Guide: Gives you the tools to get started with a clear project plan.

  • Project Idea Book: Gives you project ideas to get your started.

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Capital Photography Center Instructor


Lori Lankford

Lori Lankford is photographer specializing in macro, flower and landscape photography. Her passion for photography began as a way to capture her personal travel adventures. Over the years she dived into the fine details of macro and flower photography. She loves to escape so deeply into the details of a tiny object.
Lori spends her free time in local gardens across the country shooting in the natural light and capturing its beauty.
Lori’s work has been exhibited in local and national gallery exhibits as well as in printed calendars and catalogs. She has a love for teaching and sharing her passion for nature and leads workshops in the Virginia/DC area.
You can learn more about Lori on her website,