Created by long-time photography educator, Rachel Vanoven, the Collective is a membership-based program that brings new, educational content from not only Rachel herself, but other industry creatives and business specialists.
Inside the Collective you'll find hours of video and fresh faces each month that will grow your photography and your business with the most innovative and relevant teachings around!
Whether you're a seasoned photographer looking to make your next big move or just stepping into the industry the Collective has resources for all walks of photography that will launch you into your dream business for only $35 a month! Get ready to change the game and exceed your goals!
No contract, cancel any time!
Over 1,000 members and growing! You'll have access to our exclusive members only group to grow together, get monthly CC from Rachel and ask our guest instructors all your questions!
No more outdated learning, the world of photography is fast paced- which is why you'll get two monthly videos filled with the most recent and relevant teaching content around!
We bring you education from the leaders in the photography industry, educators who have perfected their art—some for decades! Along with some guest teachers who are new to the industry, but still have methods we can all learn from!
Not only does the Collective teach about photography, but our guest content can range from business, marketing, videography and so much more—all aimed at growing your business!
Collective videos range from full-length sessions, to step by step tutorials that break down lighting details, in depth posing, editing and so much more! Along with quizzes and BONUS printables!”
Each month along with the guest feature, Rachel releases her own teaching video which stays up inside your membership for as long as you stay a member!
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This Guest Feature is one you don’t want to miss! Chloe Gianna, Is an Indy based photographer who first focused on family portraits but has recently shifted into fashion photography. Chloe has always dreamed of working in fashion and finally decided to take the leap this year. Only a short time in and she’s already been published in fashion magazines like Pattern and Vogue! Inside the collective membership we will follow along with Chloe as she shows us how to take on fashion photography without buying all the name brand set ups and expensive gear. Did I mention she shoots all this beautiful work on a crop sensor? Learn how to dive into something new and be resourceful with the gear you have to create stunning work with Chloe Gianna Photography! Chloe's video stays up inside your membership until 1.18.20, then we met a new guest feature!
On the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month, we’ll drop a new video that will cover a number of topics, past videos have included: newborn, family, mini-sessions, lighting (studio and natural), maternity, beach sessions, setting up your business, editing, sitter sessions and so much more! And months with extra Mondays? That means bonus content!
The first video will be our guest feature of the month and will stay up for thirty days to all Collective members. During this time you'll be able to ask the guest questions in our exclusive Facebook group! Once the 30 days are up the guest feature will be retired into our vault and a new guest feature video will be released!
On the 3rd Monday of every month you'll get a fresh video from Rachel herself! These videos never expire as long as you have your Collective Membership and cover all types of sessions and editing!
Easy login mobile access so you can watch anywhere any time! Catch up on the latest video while in the pick up line or at the dentist office waiting room. Never waste time that could grow your business!
I'm Rachel your regular monthly teacher! I live in the good old heart of Indianapolis with my husband, Nick and our little trio of children, Brynn, Nicholas and Josie. I'm always cold, nearly always barefoot, passionate about newborn safety, oversized t-shirts and helping others. I hate cancer, working out and cucumbers (but pickles are cool).
In 2007, I was a stay at home mom who had a knack for using my Konica Minolta camera to take photos of my two (now 3) young children. That hobby slowly bloomed into a small photography business and I took up my first ever client via Craigslist in the spring of 2008. Ten years later, my passion to help other photographers turn hobbies into businesses and businesses into successful careers has been the driving force in creating the industry’s top source of online education.