SJP Membership Program

“Remove your squirrel syndrome with our Photographer Road Map!”

 

“Set goals and complete them!”

It's time to see your path and rock the world with your photography!

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“Nationally recognized and award-winning photographer Janice Sullivan offers her expert advice, tips and tricks for photographers who want to work hard and move forward with their goals. Janice’s calling is to help others thave have been in her shoes.

She works with macro and landscape photographers.”

Photography Road Map

The Photography Road Map provides so much more than TRAINING to level up your skills. It is a journey to set goals and complete them.  You also receive Bonuses with PRESETS, TEXTURES, PDF’s to focus on what YOU want and need to work on.  Janice will help you with this by COACHING, which is the key to our membership with Live Calls and Monthly Challenges and WORKSHOPS.

Photography Coach

Janice really enjoys working with people who want to push their photography with the camera and/or push their post-processing skills.  If you need accountability you can work with her by joining her membership program.

Video Tutorials

Learn a variety of ways to work on your images and make them pop. Janice makes detailed video tutorials for photographers to help them get up close and personal with their camera! Subscribe to her channel here.

Inspiration

Do you feel like you’re in a rut and just don’t know what to photograph?  Read Janice’s inspirational tips to help you think about a variety of subjects and photography techniques. Subscribe here and receive emails every other week.

Macro & Close-up Photography Live Show

You can watch and chat live on her show that focuses on all types of close-up photography. You can watch the show on her Youtube Channel and Facebook page.

Macro Photography

This is Janice’s specialty. In studio or outdoors you’ll learn it all! Let’s head out to Macro & Closeup Photography land. 

Landscape Photography

Janice and Kevin love to hike. This is their favorite thing to do together. See where she’s been to inspire you to get outside and photograph.

You're very special because you really care, you really know your stuff and you're very good at what you do! Learning might be one of the biggest privileges/gifts in life. Having someone (this is you) helping one to learn is perhaps the most valuable thing you could possibly do for me. These are not empty words!

Arnim

Thank you, Janice, for all your help, you are such an inspiration. Love your images and how you always share your knowledge with us, and of course your always smiling face. My photography has evolved greatly after knowing you.

Siri Brændshøi

Janice Sullivan did a tremendous job helping improve my skills as a photographer. She is a great motivator!! I would highly recommend her to anyone who is looking to improve their photography skills!

Allan Guzak

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