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“A Photography School & Community That Nurtures You as An Artist.”

The first all-inclusive monthly membership Academy for photographers. Meaning, you get access to hundreds of Courses, Lessons and Videos for $15.00 a month, no additional fees.









Image by Resident Instructor, Lindsay Saunders of Forest + Field Photography

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Struggling to Find Your Seat at the Photography Table?

Are you struggling to find a safe space to learn and share your budding work?
Sick of the popularity contest rampant in other photography communities?
Tired of not being able to post your photos for fear of being too “edgy?”

 

To grow and fully express yourself as an Artist, you need two things:

Quality education and an inclusive, nurturing community full of fellow photographers and industry experts. Sound like what you’re looking for? We’ve got a seat with your name on it.

 

Join us in the Academy for only $15.00 a month.
You gain access to all our courses, lessons + videos.

New content added monthly!

 
 

 
 

 

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3 Easy Steps to Access Our Technical Courses And Artist Community :

1. SIGN UP

2. Access hundreds of Courses + Expert Help

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3. Connect with Your Tribe

 

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WHAT MAKES UNRAVELED ACADEMY SO DIFFERENT?

UNRAVELED ACADEMY IS A PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY WHERE EVERY PHOTOGRAPHER IS WELCOME—NO MATTER THEIR STORY OR SKILL LEVEL. WITH JAM-PACKED COURSES FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS, NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES, ACCESS TO MENTORS AND AN INCLUSIVE, NURTURING COMMUNITY, WE OFFER ARTISTS A PLACE TO GROW AND CREATE WITHOUT FEAR OF JUDGEMENT AND BECOME MASTERS OF THEIR OWN UNIQUE, CREATIVE JOURNEYS.

 
 

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For only $15.00 a month you gain access to old, current + new content.

fresh Content released monthly

 

 



Unraveled Academy Helps Photographers:

  • Develop technical skills—from the most basic to the most advanced

  • Learn how to build a successful photography business

  • Take better pictures of your kids

  • Grow as an artist within a nurturing, hands-on community



Let us take you on the greatest ride of your creative life.




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WHAT ARE MEMBERS SAY:

“I absolutely love this community. The quality and quantity of learning this platform provides is fantastic and the fact that the lessons are there for me to cone back bro again and again is so helpful. Highly recommend for anyone looking to broaden themselves and find a genuine tribe.”

– Kelly Thomas

“I haven’t come across a more welcoming photography community as UA. I’ve learned so much and I feel like I belong.”

– Call Williams Neal

“Unraveled is more than just an educational platform. It’s a home for the weary photographer.”

– Elise Meader

 


 
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If we haven’t had the chance to meet, we’re Co and Sarah, founders of Unraveled Academy. We started UA after feeling like the photography community was increasingly becoming a popularity contest and not everyone had a seat at the table.
As a new mothers who had found a creative calling in documenting our children, we were hungry to grow and improve our craft. We watched endless YouTube tutorials, read every technical blog post we could find and joined every group that would let us in. There was one online group where we spent most of our time. We “met” each other there. The artists in there were unbelievably talented and we hoped that just being “near” them would somehow give us more creative juices.  

At first, it was wonderful. We met new friends and made connections. Until on day, Co shared an image of her sweet baby girl which was ripped to shreds for being “technically unsound” “confusing” and “over-edited.” Co stood strong until she saw the comment surface… “You’re a joke.  This group is for real photographers.” She instantly deleted her image and removed herself from that group, never to return.

So, what did we learn from that experience? It’s easy to be mean behind a keyboard. Not everyone in the broader photography community was warm, welcoming and willing to help. It would probably take some digging to find a group where entry-level and intermediate photographers could feel safe to simply exist, let alone be nurtured. And, eventually, we learned that the community we were searching for didn’t actually exist and we’d have to create it. So we did.