Giving up on Glamour shots

But not on copy editing

You know what’s difficult?

Creating imaginative penny art AND not capturing the perfect picture.

After I was done playing Mother Nature and using hot water to bend apple tree branches, I haphazardly added pennies and other embellishments to create my whimsical art.

I was happy with the way it turned out, so I hung it on my wall and snapped a picture.

But little did I know exactly how problematic photographing it would be.

Lights on. Regular camera mode on — No good. Because it captured the lightbulbs’ reflections.

Lights off. Flash on — Worse. Because it captured my reflection.

Lights off. Night sight camera mode on — Not wonderful. Because it captured shadows.

25 pictures later, I groaned “uncle” and gave up.

Only after tossing and turning in my bed all night long did I realize I’ll never get the picture that does it justice because…

It’s on a glass background.

And no matter what I do (besides hiring a professional), I’ll never get the Glamour Shots I want.

You know what’s not difficult?

Signing up for The Copy Chat.

You know, that online masterclass series that teaches you how to create compelling copy that converts and features moi — showing you how to transform your copy from ho hum to oh yum.

During my talk, you’ll learn how to edit your copy so it’s clear, concise, and compelling.

It starts on Monday.

Grab your spot here.

P.S. Here’s a picture that does ZERO justice for this spectacular art piece.