Advantages of Exposure Therapy’s photography courses
Smallest class sizes
Our group classes are limited to 5 participants—the smallest in Toronto. You’ll get dedicated attention, more time for questions, and help with your camera.
Overseen by a single instructor
Since one instructor teaches every class in the program, you’ll benefit from a consistent learning experience.
Learn at your own pace
Learn photography at a pace that’s right for you: immerse yourself over the weekend or over a month—it’s up to you.
Taught by a working pro
Your instructor is a working pro with in-depth knowledge of current trends, equipment, and software.
Beginner Courses Title
Toronto photography courses for beginners
101: Camera Basics
Automatic mode letting you down? Feeling intimidated by the settings and buttons? Join us to discover your camera’s basic settings with the guidance of a professional photographer.
102: Focal Length & Aperture
We’ll dispel the common misconceptions and teach you everything you should know about lenses, from focal length and exposure to perspective and depth of field.
103: Shutter Speed & Motion
Learn how to use your camera’s shutter to capture movement, freeze time, and eliminate blurry photos in our shutter speed workshop.
104: Metering Light & Focus
Learn to interpret your camera’s exposure meter and combine it with your knowledge of shutter speed, aperture, and ISO to take manually exposed photographs.
Our Toronto photography courses are suitable for all digital cameras capable of manual mode. We accept all brands of digital cameras that meet this requirement.
Yes. To take advantage of bundle pricing, proceed with the checkout process for Workshop 101. After selecting your preferred date and time, the order system will offer Workshops 102, 103, and 104 for purchase at the discounted rate.
The location of our classroom-free photography classes changes throughout the year, with the most up-to-date meeting place indicated on every course description page. Currently, we meet in front of The Royal Conservatory of Music (273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2).
After registering for a class, you will receive an email confirming the precise meeting point. Sometimes, to ensure a better learning experience for everyone or to coordinate around a significant and interesting event, we may alter the meeting location after you have registered. If this happens, we will provide notice of at least 48 hours; the new site will be within 500 m of a subway station in or near the city centre.
You may cancel your registration and receive a full refund so long as your initially-scheduled photography course is no less than four weeks from the date of the request.
You may reschedule your enrollment once, no less than seven days from the date of your initially-schedule course.
We want to ensure that you fully understand the materials covered in our photography courses. If you aren’t completely satisfied with your learning experience, please let your instructor know immediately after your workshop concludes. We’re more than happy to address any points of confusion on the spot or to offer you the opportunity to repeat the photography workshop on a future date (pending availability).