It's about your journey

It's about learning to use your camera so you never miss the moment again - whatever that moment may be. 

Edmonton Photography Courses

If you are looking for a truly unique experience that brings out the best in every one of our students, we encourage you to try out one of our photography courses.  Our hands-on, practical learning style is supported by science as one of the most effective ways to learn a new skill (Check out some of the resources we have used to design our courses here).

Upcoming Course Dates


  • digital i

  • digital ii

  • digital iii

  • People

  • Night

  • Lightroom

  • Flash

  • lightroom ii

Digital I - Beginner Photography Course - Course Date Options


Time: 10am - 4pm on just one day

Location:  Alberta Legislature (April - October),

Royal Alberta Museum (October - April)

Upcoming Dates:

Sun, Aug 22, 2021

Sun. Sep 12, 2021

Sat. Sep 25, 2021

It's all about location!

We have some of the best, most interesting, most photographic spots to run our courses in. Read more!

Edmonton is home to some of our favourite Photography Course locations. In this fair city we have some of Alberta's best sights to choose from, and we just love taking our students to see some of the best spots!

In Edmonton, our Digital I Beginner Photography course takes place at the iconic Alberta Legislature Grounds during summer, from April through mid-October. Once the weather cools off, we head indoors to the Royal Alberta Museum from October through to mid-April. Both of these locations are perfect for for our students to practice all of the techniques they will learn about shutter speed, aperture, ISO, Aperture and Shutter Priority, Manual Mode, depth of field, composition, lens selection and so much more.

For our Digital II Motion & Light Photography course we use the Muttart Conservatory. This is an incredible location for our students to learn the finer art of composition and how to look for and use beautiful lighting situations. The grounds that the Conservatory resides on provide the perfect place to explore action photography and embrace the challenge of capturing the perfect sunstar.

For our Digital III - Landscapes & Travel Photography course we head a little out of town to the gorgeous UofA Botanical Gardens south of Edmonton. These gorgeous and sprawling grounds provide the perfect backdrop to learn more about the art of landscape and nature photography, with flowing water, blooming flowers and amazing vistas this is the perfect outing for a photography course.

Our People Photography course takes place year round again in Edmonton's beautiful Muttart ConservatoryIn this fantastic and hands on course you will learn all about the art of portrait photography, from posing individuals and groups, to maximizing the use of natural light. You will find many tips and tricks here that will set you up for taking gorgeous portrait images - all with the backdrop of the gardens of the Muttart.

Our Night Photography course in Edmonton heads back to the Alberta Legislature Grounds. With so much beauty to explore in this area you will have so much fun being able to discover incredible night photography techniques such as light trails, light painting and of course spectacularly clear long exposures.

The last of our 6 core courses is a little more stationary... Our Lightroom Photo-Editing class takes place in one of a number of great venues that allows us to sit, eat, drink and (of course) spend the day editing on our computers.

Want to take all of these courses? Make sure you check out our Ultimate Bundle to see what amazing savings you can enjoy.

Where do we get our unique style from?

From research! We have carefully designed our courses to provide the best and most effective learning to all of our students – and we’ve done this by looking at the best research regarding teaching methods. Want to read where we got some of our ideas from? Here are just a few of our favourite resources regarding teaching theory:

  • Deans for Impact (2015). The Science of Learning. Austin, TX: Deans for Impact,
  • Principles of Instruction (2010), Barak Rosenshine, International Academy of Education, American Educator,
  • Cognitive Load Theory: Research that teachers really need to understand (2017), NSW Centre for Education Statistics & Evaluation,
  • Putting Students on the Path to Learning, A Case for Fully Guided Instruction (2012), Richard E. Clark, Paul A. Kirschner & John Sweller, American Educator).