If you have a desire to do more with your camera than just “point and shoot,” it may be time to brush up your skills by attending a Seattle photography class or workshop. Learn from the master with one-on-one training or a larger classroom setting
Photo Center Northwest
900 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA
(206) 720-7222

Photo Center Northwest not only offers ten-week photography classes, but all are taught by professional photographers who have a passion for teaching their skills to others. Each class is limited to just 12 students, so you won’t be overlooked. Each course will provide training showing how to express your artistic passion. Classes range from beginner on up. Be prepared to do several hours of homework each week as well. The new summer quarter begins June 20 and finishes up on August 12, 2016.

REDred Photo School & Studio
815 Seattle Blvd S., Suite 327
Seattle, WA 98134
(206) 659-1081

In addition to REDred’s professional commercial photography services, they also specialize in wide range of photography classes and workshops. The eight-week beginner course will help anyone upgrading to a DSLR camera and/or will give anyone a firm foundation regarding digital photography basics including manual and automatic exposure, composition, white balance, in-camera editing, motion blur, background blur and a lot more.

Hudson Photo Workshops
631 Strander Blvd. Building E, Suite 641
Tukwila, WA 98188
(206) 687-7283

Hudson Photo Workshops is ready to take on new students wanting to learn how to take quality photos. Classes are taught by professional photographer Bruce Hudson, who features a variety of classes with a variety of skill levels to match. With over 31 years of experience under his belt, Bruce is ready and able to help you improve your photography skills whether you use a high-quality digital camera or the one that came with your phone.

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John Greengo Photography
501 Dexter Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109

John Greengo offers a “crash course” in digital photography that he considers to be his more important class, as for many of the students it will be their first photography class taken and he wants to make it a good experience. He promises that any course taken by him will be “the most visual class you will find” on the subject. John works incredibly hard creating illustrations and animations for his classes to really help the student understand the concepts better.

Peter West Carey Photography Workshops

Peter West states on his website that he bought his first 35mm camera right after graduating from high school and hasn’t been able to step away from the art ever since. Peter is a people-person who enjoys sharing his love for photography. His workshops include private instruction and Adobe Lightroom instructions as well. Peter specializes in black and white basics and digital photography as well as portraits and weddings.

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Jeffrey Totey is a freelance writer living in Seattle. He has a love for the arts and is a student of pop culture. He covers stories about the performing arts, theater, museums, cultural events, movies and more in the greater Seattle area. His work can be found at Examiner.com.