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222 E Portland St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

+1 631-670-5002
Monday from 7:00 am to 9:30 am, Tuesday - Friday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm [email protected]

222 E Portland St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

+1 631-670-5002
Monday from 7:00 am to 9:30 am, Tuesday - Friday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm [email protected]
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There is no denying that Phoenix gets hot. Really hot. But the upside is that you get to enjoy the outdoors all year round, just as long as you have enough sunblock in summer! That means you have a fantastic opportunity to make the most of your outdoor hobbies, especially photography.

Why not enhance your photography skills with our signature photography classes and online classes. Make the most of the great Arizona weather and everything Phoenix has to offer. Our expert teachers in Phoenix will help you achieve your goals, whether you are looking for a new hobby or a professional portfolio. It's time to grab your camera!

What to Photograph in your city?

There aren't many places like Phoenix and there is so much to explore in and around the city. The desert is home to some crazy things that will get your creative finger twitching. For nature photography, the huge variety of cacti and beautiful spring wildflowers make playful subjects. And if you are feeling brave, try your hand at wildlife photography. Just don't get too close to the snakes, scorpions or spiders!

It is hard not to be inspired by the breath-taking landscape surrounding Phoenix. When you next go on a weekend hike to Papago Park or the Tonto National Forest, make sure to bring your camera with you. Stay for the sunset, and experiment with the light, angles and composition, to capture the perfect moment.

For you urban photographers, Phoenix's diverse, vibrant neighborhoods are great for street photography. A stroll through Roosevelt Row is the ideal place to create fun, colorful photographs. There are loads of hidden gems that make photography practice, whether you are a pro, beginner or Instagrammer. So, why not learn photography and get to know Phoenix's neighborhoods a little better at the same time?

If you prefer to photograph people, our online courses will help teach you skills to snap the perfect party pic or take memorable portraits of your friends and family. We even have an online course for the best selfie! Impress everyone with your new photography skills. Or, if you need to get a gift for your arty family members, our gift cards make the perfect present.

Our photography classes teach you everything from the correct angle to composition, and cover topics like ISO and shutter speeds. Take the opportunity to discover more about your city and improve your photography knowledge at the same time!

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 courses! You don't need to have professional photography experience or a creative college degree. Have a look at our courses for beginners, including the online classes. You will learn new skills and techniques, from shutter speed to depth of field, and exposure to Iso. We also have classes in New York and Houston. 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 :)