Rate it like it's hot (or not)

You’ve seen them all: review sites abound for local businesses, movies, restaurants, appliances and even craft beers.

Never has there been a single resource for photographers to compare honest, unbiased reviews with other professionals about educational photography industry workshops.

Until now.

Design Aglow, your proud innovator in photography  business resources, is tickled to introduce PhotographyWorkshopReviews.com, a 100% free resource created just for photographers who want to grow, learn and thrive in 2015 and beyond!

Read and write helpful reviews. Simply join our free community and share your experiences with other industry professionals.

Find your own perfect learning experience. Whether it’s a workshop, e-course or conference, you’ll know which offerings are right for your needs, based on unbiased reviews from photographers seeking quality educational experiences, just like you!

Enjoy an intuitive experience. Whether you’re looking for learning opportunities in digital, film, posing, workflow, post processing or business and marketing, you’ll find a massive array of formats, content and investment levels—all with helpful feedback.

One thing remains constant. Comparing opportunities is no simple task, and you have enough to do without the hassle of shopping for workshops. You work hard for your money, so make sure your investment delivers!

Check out what others are saying now, and add your important voice to the future of our industry.




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