There is no one that knows and loves your children like you do, so when it comes to capturing their story there is no one better suited to tell it than you.

Join photographer Ginger Unzueta for a heart-changing, eye-opening, soul-stirring breakout session that will change the way you approach photography both as an artist and as a mother. You’ll learn how she utilizes light from morning to night and how she weaves movement and moment into her work. Ginger will also reveal how she uses unconventional compositions and effectively prioritizes emotion over perfection. Most importantly, she’ll help you – and your photos – capture life with grace and gratitude.

Ginger will help you to remember your why.


• How to utilize light morning to night
• The roles that moment and movement play in Ginger’s work
• The value of unconventional compositions
• How Ginger chooses memory and emotion over perfection
• How to shoot in and around water
• How Ginger and other mothers find balance as both artist and mother

There is no one that knows and loves your children like you do, so when it comes to capturing their story there is no one better suited to tell it than you.



Ginger Unzueta believes there is beauty to be found every day. She is a Jesus follower, wife and homeschooling mama to four. She strives to find joy in the mundane and messy days of motherhood. She enjoys sunshine, time by the water, alone time in the Word, seeing her children run wild and free, and simple days at home.



  1. Katie Zamykal April 7, 2018 at 1:39 am - Reply

    I am still making my way through this and am LOVING every single bit of it! Ginger has included so many videos and clearly explains why she does what she does. I feel like there is nothing that has been left out and I haven’t even finished it yet! Totally totally worth it! Thank you x

  2. Amy Salessi July 28, 2017 at 1:25 pm - Reply

    I love everything about this! Ginger included SO much in this breakout. There are several editing videos for different types of images, which I found so helpful. I am also so happy she included so much about shooting with water. You can tell she put so much time into making this breakout as full of information as possible, and I am so grateful for it all!

  3. Annie July 26, 2017 at 11:47 pm - Reply

    So excited I was able to get this breakout!!

  4. Sara Ávila July 26, 2017 at 6:54 pm - Reply

    I´m glad to have this opportunity!! this breakout it´s amazing..

  5. Michelle Anderson July 26, 2017 at 10:59 am - Reply

    I am so happy I discovered this breakout session! Great information and encouragement in this breakout. I loved watching Ginger edit and comment on other photographer’s pictures.

  6. Michelle McNulty July 25, 2017 at 11:03 pm - Reply

    Ginger’s work is beautiful and intentional. She provides so much information on how she shoots and edits. This breakout reminded me why I pick up my camera.

  7. Sunnie Francom July 25, 2017 at 10:26 pm - Reply

    This breakout has helped me be a more grateful mother and artist. It has illuminated the joy of motherhood and photography again for me. I so needed this breakout right now. Ginger gives her heart and her talent in this breakout. I am so glad I purchased it. I couldn’t stop reading and learning. Love it so much! Thank you!

  8. Grace July 25, 2017 at 10:15 pm - Reply

    Ginger is absolutely amazing in every way. I have purchased one other breakout and she went above and beyond in this one. I learned so much from her in such a short amount of time. I’m so appreciative of the things she had me think about and the way she had me look at motherhood. Thank you Ginger!

  9. Lisa R. Howeler July 25, 2017 at 8:44 pm - Reply

    What a wonderful breakout for a variety of reasons. This breakout not only challenges your idea of photography, but of motherhood and of authenticity and of interacting with the world beyond your own family. Ginger encourages us all to love and be real so we can help others, all while helping us learn how to capture authentic, beautiful images of our children and families. One of the best breakouts I’ve ever purchased. Thank you, Ginger, and Clickin Moms!

  10. Andrea Swenson July 23, 2017 at 1:44 pm - Reply

    I love how Ginger quickly put into words how I have been feeling as a new mother in those first few pages of her pdf. I can’t wait to finish the whole thing!

  11. Tiffany Cassidy July 21, 2017 at 1:33 pm - Reply

    This breakout was wonderful! I love the idea of capturing day-to-day experiences. So many times I see something I want to photograph, but I don’t do it because of dirt on the floor or dishes in the sink. She shows how there is beauty in recording what life really looks like. As a mom of 5 six and under, there will always be messes, but I’m excited to start focusing on what really matters, and recording our story.

  12. Tiffany I July 21, 2017 at 12:57 pm - Reply

    WOW! This breakout is incredible. I have purchased several breakouts, all being absolutely amazing, helpful and challenging, but this breakout takes it to a whole other level. It’s takes it to a very personal level. Just within the first few pages of her main breakout pdf Ginger cuts to the chase and starts digging in on so many things. She doesn’t just talk about the technical, gear, and the how to’s. She takes it so much further. She talks about passion, community, and really encourages being intentional not only as a mother capturing memories of her children, but an artist creating forever pieces of art. This breakout is packed full of so many details and so much information, it is going to take me sometime to soak it all up and go through. Definitely worth every single penny!!

  13. Jen Berg July 20, 2017 at 2:21 pm - Reply

    Ginger has poured her whole heart into this breakout! Her love for motherhood and photography is so evident in every part of this breakout. I have loved following Ginger on social media and knew that I definitely wanted to be a part of this breakout. Ginger is known for her beautiful photos, but also for her authentic, heart-felt, gratitude-filled, faith-focused expressions. This breakout is like a culmination of all of those things. Ginger reminds us to slow down and to be grateful for the opportunities we have as mothers, and especially for the opportunities we have to capture our children’s lives. The breakout reveals tips as to how to do exactly that.

  14. Christine July 17, 2017 at 11:28 am - Reply

    I have been in such a rut. As a mother, as an creator…all of it. This breakout is exactly what I needed to help give me a nudge in the right direction. So much of what Ginger has to say speaks directly to me. I am a mother of two and I just want everything to slow down, I want to savor the moments of our everyday. I see so much beauty in our lives and I just want to hold on to every bit of us. I have always been inspired by Ginger and this break out is no different it is truly wonderful.

  15. erin July 15, 2017 at 10:06 pm - Reply

    This breakout is exactly what I didn’t know that I needed. So much of it speaks directly to my heart. I am also a mother of 4 (the oldest going to college in a few weeks, the youngest just turned 1year!) desperately trying to slow down time and savor the moments of our everyday. I see so much beauty in our lives and I just want to hold on to every bit of our story. Ginger’s words opened my mind and heart and inspired me to let go and shoot for myself in a way that I haven’t been able to in too long. I am so very excited to work through all of the creative exercises and I can’t wait to start journaling! There is so much to learn from her and I am blown away with how much she has shared. You will be blown away!

  16. Marcie Reif July 15, 2017 at 8:12 am - Reply

    Ginger really outdid herself with this PDF. I have been following her for years and I couldn’t wait to get a peek into her brain and learn how she creates her beautiful work. I feel like I know Ginger and her heart now. She pours it all into this breakout. There are several pdf’s, and TONS of editing videos. I feel inspired and ready to document my children’s lives in a more honest and real way. Thank you Ginger for the effort and time you put into this product, and I’m so thankful you have shared yourself with the world!

  17. Erin myers July 15, 2017 at 12:30 am - Reply

    I will probably say it’s pretty obvious I love to photograph my children but can I just say…. I 100% recommend this class to any mom out there wanting to document their everyday with their children. “I believe everyone was made to tell stories of their families.” I do not think you have to have an expensive camera or phone to learn from this class. It encourages you to forget comparisons and feelings of not measuring up and just be yourself. Be their mom (or dad) while taking these pictures. I love photography so this touched my heart deeply but I feel this is for anyone wanting to catch those important moments. She’s an amazing writer… seriously I feel she could preach! $50 and it’s amazing!! I encourage mamas to take pictures and not be worried it’s too many or awkward timing, they grow too fast when that times gone it’s lost. (Ginger Unzueta is the teacher) This is what shared with my friends on Facebook Ginger is stirring my soul in not just motherhood but my way of living… allows me the confidence to let my camera be therapeutic and not necessarily a business… I loved that she added that a business is not a sign of a successful photographer. Ugh so many nuggets

  18. Melissa Gibson July 14, 2017 at 2:10 pm - Reply

    Whoa. This Breakout is packed full. Ginger holds nothing back with her words and images. What an amazing amount of material! Ginger has inspired me to see aspects of my life in a new way. Her prompts, questions and exercises have brought new thoughts to my mind and she has encourged me. The amount of information she shares in her videos is phenomenal. I’ve been waiting for this to go live since I got word of it coming to CM. Buy this Breakout, you WILL NOT regret it. Well done, Ginger, well done. <3

  19. Leigh July 14, 2017 at 12:06 pm - Reply

    I work full-time and am very much a beginner with my camera (just finished Mastering Manual Exposure). Like most moms, I never feel like I have enough time. I am constantly playing the “comparison” game with my images and those that I see on social media, or elsewhere. I have never thought of myself as an “artist.”

    The Expressions of Motherhood materials were exactly what I needed to read to shift my perspective and remind myself to slow down. To capture the images in the moment. To find inspiration in the mundane. To let go of perfection. To keep trying to improve, at my own pace, in my own way. Even if you are a beginner, there is a lot to gain from this breakout!

  20. Having been in a group project with Ginger in the past I felt like I “knew” her going into this breakout…but what I came out of this breakout with was knowing ME and the mother I am. Her artist voice comes through so beautifully and and lovingly through her words and images in her pdf’s as she encourages each of us as mothers and memory keepers for our children. I am tip toe’ing into the tween years with my oldest and have been looking at the journey ahead with fear and resentment that she is no longer a baby but after reading ginger’s pdf’s was reminded that she is a few steps ahead of me as her oldest is 13 but she opened my eyes to a fresh perspective and I am excited to loosen my grip and capture this stage in my daughter’s journey. Ginger put together such a beautiful guide to encourage you to discover your own “why’s” and we can all use such loving reminders <3

  21. Meg Loeks July 14, 2017 at 9:33 am - Reply

    Where to begin?!? Ginger pours her heart and soul into this breakout. It has left me feeling empowered and inspired to document what motherhood is to me. She has encouraged me to slow down and be intentional, to be present while still capturing those beautifully messy moments. The materials (there’s a lot!) are filled with gorgeous imagery. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this breakout. Thank you Ginger for sharing your heart and vision.

  22. Heather B. July 13, 2017 at 10:49 pm - Reply

    This breakout is so inspirational. I love how Ginger shows how she finds amazing images in the most ordinary situations. I was excited to come home from work tonight and start taking photos. When I got home, though, I lost my motivation. It was a chilly, cloudy, blah evening and the kids wanted to ride their bikes on the sidewalk. I’ve taken so many sidewalk bike ride photos already, and the light wasn’t great… I was about to put off taking photos until tomorrow, and then I remembered Ginger’s inspirational words. I pulled out the bikes and my camera and challenged myself to just find one creative shot. I’m so happy I did! I ended up getting a handful of photos that I love and the kids had so much fun. This breakout is just what I needed to start getting more intentional about my photography again. Thanks so much, Ginger!

  23. Alicia July 13, 2017 at 7:58 pm - Reply

    I’m very inspired by Ginger’s personal projects. I like the practical application of the 10 creative exercises found in the action plan and the 4 weeks of prompts in the journaling PDF. Ginger is very genuine and honest in her approach to photography and I love it. There are lots of interviews with others about motherhood and simple living (about 50 pages worth) which I enjoyed reading through. There are so many inspirational quotes included as well. I really appreciate this breakout and Ginger’s heart for motherhood. I haven’t even gotten to the videos yet and I am so glad that I purchased it! So much great information in the PDFs alone!

  24. Diane Downs July 13, 2017 at 5:18 pm - Reply

    Grab your favorite beverage of choice and curl up on the couch. This breakout is like visiting with an old friend. Ginger is open, caring and honest as she talks with you about telling your children’s story through photographs. It’s a heart-felt look into reconnecting with why you make these photos. It encourages developing community and being present. Ginger gently recommends developing gratitude and a journaling habit, all in the name of making photos that tell the story of your child’s growing up years. My kids are older, 21, 18 & 13 and I hesitated purchasing the breakout. Surely, I don’t have littles splashing in puddles and blowing bubbles. I’m so glad I purchased it! Ginger’s guidance is for mother’s at all stages — pregnant all the way to late teens and beyond. Because telling stories is always applicable. Learning how to do so authentically is magic. Thank you Ginger for a wonderful class!

  25. Jenny Hortemiller July 13, 2017 at 3:56 pm - Reply

    I’m loving this break out! It’s really inspiring me to pick up my camera more and just be in the moment, to not worry about having a perfect picture. We’re very blessed she’s sharing her wisdom with us, motherly and as an artist!
    This break out is really what I have been needing lately, not only as a Christ follower, but as a mom and photographer too.

  26. Brandi Cheng July 13, 2017 at 3:18 pm - Reply

    I have been waiting for this break out for a bit so I am excited that I was able to grab it on day 1 to really enjoy all that Ginger is able to offer!
    I dove head first into the breakout and got to page 10 and she totally had me. Like… totally!!! Her ability to express her words and make you feel at ease is astounding! Her breakout, for me so far, makes me feel like I have finally come home. I am breathing in all of her knowledge and going to grab another tea before the kids come home! Thank you for all your hard work Ginger!!!
    Best money I have spent!! Grab it and join in!! You won’t regret it in the least!!!

  27. Megan July 13, 2017 at 2:32 pm - Reply

    I, myself am a new mom, at 40. My perspective on motherhood is oh so different than what it might of been 20 years ago. I do appreciate the heartfelt love and joy that Ginger has put into this material. I have been immersed in the photos imagining being there with them in the sprinkler or on the beach. I, too, have a love for water…but have never learned to use the settings on my camera to truly capture what I see. So, that’s why I am here to learn to use the manual settings to capture memories of my new baby and her big brother (if he will stop hiding from the camera). I believe this is a divine appointment…this momma needed some encouragement and your words have done just that. What better way to receive it than to slow down and enjoy the moment. Thanks for sharing your heart! I am glad to be here and hope to learn a lot.

  28. Chrissy Little July 13, 2017 at 1:13 pm - Reply

    This breakout is so much more. It’s more than a photography lesson. It’s more than a few editing videos. It’s a resource I will go back to when I’m needing inspiration as a parent, when I’m feeling like the days are getting away from me. The books and people Ginger draws from to put her PDF together are numerous and thoughtfully chosen. I’m so inspired!

  29. Elizabeth July 12, 2017 at 11:07 pm - Reply

    When I looked at this breakout and beautiful images and description I was compelled to join. I am so happy that I did.  Ginger has poured her heart and soul into this breakout. I feel like I sat down and had heartfelt conversation with a dear friend.
     The pdfs and videos are full of great information and I have learned so much. . But the most valuable thing I have ‎gained has been connecting or maybe reconnecting to my WHY’s. Why I pick up my camera. Why I document my children, family and life. And through the journalling and actions I also gained HOW to work towards creating MY art. I am so excited to be able to be a part of this live run. I know that I will continue to pull it out and revisit this breakout often.

  30. Maggie Fuller July 12, 2017 at 10:21 pm - Reply

    Ginger! I have only just begun digging in and already I feel more connected with my children, appreciative of our current stage of life, and inspired to document my version of motherhood. Your words are so genuine, kind, and encouraging. Thank you for pouring your heart into this! Oh, and water and light – yay! So many beautiful images throughout the pdf’s! And love seeing you edit. This is just so wonderful!!

  31. Alexis Wharem July 12, 2017 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    The ‘Expressions of Motherhood’ breakout exceeded all my expectations and yet met all my expectations at the same time, because every time Ginger bares her beautiful soul and shares her incredible talents, magic happens. Digging deep, she opens up those creative corners of her heart that we have all been so inspired by to give us a glimpse into her life and her passion. Her love of motherhood, family, light, water, color, composition, journaling, faith, personal growth.. it’s all laid out in such a vulnerable, authentic way that you can’t help but to be inspired to look at your own daily life in a more beautiful way. Best breakout EVER, and I mean that from the bottom of my inspired heart!!!

  32. Amanda Burr July 12, 2017 at 11:58 am - Reply

    Expressions of Motherhood is a gentle and encouraging call to all mothers to “Slow Down, Pay Attention, Appreciate, and to Remember Why” you are on this journey as both a mother and a photographer. It is clear that Ginger has poured every ounce of her heart and soul into this breakout. Her passion for encouraging others comes to life in this comprehensive guide. I found myself totally immersed in the beautiful imagery she included and my heart was so refreshed and inspired as I read through the course material. I LOVE that she finds a balance in this breakout by sharing not only her technical how to’s of photography, but also by sharing so much of her heart. Her journaling and underwater guides are icing on the cake. I have always been so inspired by Ginger. She is an amazing mother, artist, and friend. The authentic and heart-felt words she chooses to accompany the beautiful images of her children inspire and encourage me daily to receive and give more grace, to be more present, and to continue to grow in all areas of my life. It is so inspiring to see how she is using her faith and her gifts from God to encourage others. I think that is such a beautiful thing. If you are thinking about purchasing this breakout, I say “Go for it!” You will come away a better mother and artist.

  33. Kyla Ewert July 12, 2017 at 9:20 am - Reply

    I still remember the first time I came across Ginger Unzueta’s work a handful of years ago. There was such intention in what she was capturing, and I’d never come across such beauty in the details of capturing childhood, match that with her gift of encouragement with her words and I was hooked. Ginger has created a magical breakout called Expression of Motherhood, and she has poured out her heart and soul in the way she always does, and I found myself tearing up and nodding my head in affirmation as I read through her stunning PDF. This is a breakout for beginners and more experienced shooters. It will either make you find your why in shooting, or bring you back to it. Photographing my children is one of the biggest gifts in my life, and Ginger has captured a way to make it part of yours.

  34. Aamie Cush July 12, 2017 at 7:40 am - Reply

    I can’t wait to get stuck into this Breakout, I have had quick look and I’m so excited to get into it. Wow Immersed!, I’m in love. Ginger this is incredible. I live in Queensland Australia and shoot with underwater housing and just by having a quick look through Immersed I already know this is going to be a great breakout. Thank you :)

  35. Mae July 11, 2017 at 10:39 am - Reply

    Between my many “school starts next week, get all the things done to-do’s” I’ve been sneaking long pauses to pour over her PDF.
    Ginger, my sweet friend, you have outdone yourself. This is one of the most comprehensive, passionate, gentle, encouraging photography resources I’ve ever gone through.
    Ginger, as a homeschooling mom, has been someone that I have admired and who has reminded me that pleasing my ego is a fleeting feeling, and that my gifts from God can be used in a way that grows His Kingdom if I allow it.
    And I love – LOVE LOVE LOVE – the way she is affirming women’s identities as a present, gentle, passionate caretaker and memory keeper. I needed to read her words, so timely!
    Thank you for putting in an incredible amount of work into this, Ginger <3
    If you haven't checked it out already, I promise, you won't be disappointed.

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