Choose your next photography course:
Meeting point45 O’Connor Street
In front of World Exchange Plaza
(Can be modified depending on the theme)
Monday from 8:00 am to 11:30 am, Tuesday - Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
in the comfort of your own home!
Select the time slot that works best for you
Enjoy an online lesson with a mentor in a friendly group and get real-time feedback as you progress!
Put your knowledge into practice!
What to Photograph in your city?
We love Ottawa's elegant Victorian-Gothic architecture. It makes the city so unique and very photogenic. Although cliché, our photography fingers twitch every time we see the stained-glass windows of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame. If you can relate, then check out our 'Architecture Photography' class! Take breathtaking photos of Ottawa's most iconic buildings and learn the history of this fascinating genre.
One of our most enchanting classes is the 'Low Light Photography' course. Ottawa may not be the liveliest city in the evening, but there is a certain magical charm. So if you have ever wanted to capture the sunset over Rideau Canal, then this class is for you! It's a challenging genre but one that is worth mastering.
If you prefer to photograph people, then sign up to our street photography or portrait class. We also have an online class for the best selfie! In fact, if you can't make it in person, we have tons of live online classes with a little something for everyone.
Sign Up For Our Photography Classes and Online Classes!
Do you have a camera but don’t know how to use it properly? Eager to get out and shoot your city? Join one of our photography classes! You don't need to have professional experience or a creative degree. Have a look at our classes for beginners, including the online classes. You will learn new skills and techniques, from shutter speed to depth of field. We also have classes in Vancouver and Montreal. Our photographers will lead you across all technical terms, show you how to manage your camera settings and help you out with specific issues. By the end you will get the best use out of your camera :)