Toronto Beginner Photography Courses Bundle

Say good­bye to auto-mode. My begin­ner pho­tog­ra­phy cours­es will help you learn man­u­al mode, all in as lit­tle as two days or at your own pace.

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$576 $640 • 5 in-per­son lessons Exten­sive prac­tice One pro instruc­tor • Small class­es

Join my photography courses for beginners to learn essential techniques and discover how to use your camera to get the photos you want.

Kick­start your jour­ney towards under­stand­ing your cam­era and tak­ing bet­ter pho­tos using my proven tech­niques.

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Take complete control of your camera to make beautiful pictures.


What you’ll learn in my beginner photography course bundle:

  • 101: Cam­era Basics — You’ll learn about dif­fer­ent image for­mats, the impor­tance of white bal­ance and pic­ture pro­files, and how to cor­rect the expo­sure.
  • 102: Aper­ture and Lens — You’ll dis­cov­er how the focal length affects per­spec­tive, when to use dif­fer­ent aper­tures, and tech­niques for manip­u­lat­ing the depth of field.
  • 103: Shut­ter Speed—In this course, you’ll learn how expo­sure dura­tion affects our per­cep­tion of move­ment, how and when to use shut­ter pri­or­i­ty mode, and how to trou­bleshoot blur­ry pho­tos.
  • 104: Man­u­al Expo­sure—In this course, you’ll learn how cam­eras mea­sure light to set man­u­al expo­sures cor­rect­ly and how to focus accu­rate­ly on sta­t­ic and mov­ing sub­jects.
  • 105: Guid­ed Pho­to Prac­tice — We’ll spend four hours prac­tic­ing every­thing you’ve learned in a dynam­ic day­light-to-twi­light work­shop.


This intro­duc­to­ry pho­tog­ra­phy course for begin­ners will teach you the main pic­ture-tak­ing fea­tures of DSLR, mir­ror­less, and enthu­si­ast com­pact cam­eras. My Toron­to begin­ner pho­tog­ra­phy cours­es are designed to pro­gres­sive­ly increase your the­o­ret­i­cal and prac­ti­cal under­stand­ing of pho­tog­ra­phy.

Accepted cameras:

  • All cam­eras with man­u­al mode.
  • All brands of dig­i­tal cam­eras.
  • Unsure? Con­tact me to check your cam­er­a’s suit­abil­i­ty.

What to bring:

  • Cam­era and lens
  • A tri­pod (rec­om­mend­ed)
  • Ful­ly charged bat­tery 1or charger/extra bat­tery for mul­ti­ple work­shops
  • Mem­o­ry card (emp­tied)
  • Cam­era man­u­al
  • Notepad and pen

Ready to dis­cov­er your cam­era and start tak­ing amaz­ing pho­tos?

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Important Details

Want to learn fast and on your own sched­ule? This entire series of lessons is avail­able as a pri­vate pho­tog­ra­phy pack­age for indi­vid­u­als.

Meeting Locations:

One of two loca­tions depend­ing on the time of year and weath­er.

April – Novem­ber: In front of The Roy­al Con­ser­va­to­ry of Music:

Decem­ber – March: The Allen Lam­bert Gal­le­ria inside Brook­field Place, just by the RBC Domin­ion Secu­ri­ties facade:

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What to Wear

This out­door pho­tog­ra­phy work­shop requires weath­er-appro­pri­ate cloth­ing to stay com­fort­able and pro­tect your gear, espe­cial­ly on wet days.2Bring two or more ful­ly charged bat­ter­ies for your cam­era.

Meet­ing Point and Loca­tion

Work­shops are held out­doors and involve walk­ing. Some loca­tions may not be ful­ly acces­si­ble. In case of bad weath­er, I’ll noti­fy you of any changes to the meet­ing loca­tion.

Cancellation and refunds

Cancellations, refunds, and rescheduling

My com­plete can­cel­la­tion and refund pol­i­cy is found in the Terms of Sale. The fol­low­ing sum­ma­ry is for your con­ve­nience:

  • All sales are final, and no refunds are giv­en if you can­cel.
  • If unex­pect­ed issues occur, you can resched­ule up to 24 hours before your group pho­tog­ra­phy work­shop is sched­uled to start.