The DEFINE School Giveaway: Win a $500 Gift Certificate

If we had to DEFINE them, we'd use the following words: individualism. Honesty. A guide along the path to becoming.

This isn't your average continuing education.

When The DEFINE School labels themselves “an unconventional online school for the evolving photographer,” they're quite serious, both about the unconventional and the evolving part. The titles of their classes--“Through the Looking Glass” and “Awakening the Spark”--read more like manifestos for life change than photography courses. And that's just the way The DEFINE School likes it. Their own manifesto, to “foster authentic artists, combat loneliness and make learning photography easy, affordable and accessible to people all over the world” is supported by small, intimate classes and world-class artist-teachers. Does this sound like your kind of place? You're in luck; The DEFINE School is partnering with Design Aglow to give away a $500 gift certificate for their coursework. (And thanks to their very reasonable prices, this would probably cover two classes of your choice.) Ready to win? Check out our Rafflecopter widget below for multiple ways to enter. And be sure to log in! We want your entries to count. If you have any questions or just want to tell us how excited you are about the giveaway, please let us know in the comments, or on our Facebook page.

CLASS: Developing Your Style TEACHER: Ben Sasso CLASS: Wedding Stories TEACHER: Sassyfras Studios  CLASS: Light, Lines and Love TEACHER: Logan Cole

 

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