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7 Videos (21m)
    • Introduction

      1:00
    • Class Project & Equipment

      1:15
    • Creating your Prop Box

      2:28
    • Staging your Flatlay Photo

      6:50
    • Image editing

      5:33
    • Uploading to Instagram

      2:45
    • Final Thoughts

      1:32
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About This Class

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The first in a series of classes looking at how to make the most of social media for your creative business.

In this class we will create one of my favourite pieces of social media content, a flatlay photograph.

There’s no need to worry about buying new equipment or props. Don’t even panic if you’re not a snap happy social media user. I’ll show you how I create images using my phone’s camera and items I use every day as an illustrator (Northern Bird Designs), seamstress and alternative embroiderer (Scavenger Annie).

By the end of this class you will have an image that will tell a story about you, using items from around your home. This will help to further tell your creative story when you share it on your social media.

We’ll look at how to arrange your props, edit your images to make them pop and how to find out the best times to post.

It’s time to bring your creativity to your social media & provide your audience with a peek behind the camera.

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Really motivating! I will try to create my own flatlays now...
Annie makes a potentially intimidating process seem light and easy. Her tips were awesome and her lovely aesthetic is so inspiring!!!
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Annie McGee northernbirddesigns.com

Illustrator & Social Media Coach

Illustrator & Social Media Coach at Northern Bird Designs.

Alternative embroiderer/seamstress at Scavenger Annie.

Plant & fabric hoarder. Rose gold obsessed. Unintentional collector of hats & oddly shaped bags.

I'm a rose-gold obsessed, murder mystery loving Lancashire lass, with a love for vintage fashion illustration, pop art, binge watching classic Tintin adventures and an ever growing collection of succulents. Mum to a video gaming not-so-little fella and a little mad...

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