Photography Courses Virginia

If you’re interested in photography courses in Virginia, the chances are you’re interested in landscape photography or nature photography.  That said, Virginia is also somewhat of an American history icon, having begun in 1607, and the Old Dominion has its share of historic and historical sites, exhibits, monuments and legendary personas.  There are several photography courses in Virginia that we would recommend (see below), but perhaps one of the best ways to learn is to study online.  This way you can gain your knowledge in advance of shooting any areas of interest in Virginia.  At MyPhotoSchool we have online photography courses to suit you wherever you live in Virginia, or even if you’re just passing by.  We also teach you to not always look for the most obvious shoot.  We have more unusual photography courses such as low light photography (see photo by Tony Worobiec below).  Our tutors come from all over the world, and via the virtual classrooms at MyPhotoSchool you get to benefit from their knowledge without even leaving home.

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Other Photography Courses in Virginia we Like

BLUE RIDGE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

BLUE RIDGE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS have a mission to help photographers to improve their skills and learn new ones and find inspiration while having fun at theirr workshops, field trips, and classes in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and other photogenic places

LANE PHOTO WORKSHOPS

LANE PHOTO WORKSHOPS Learn to “Paint With Light” during a nature photography field workshop with award-winning nature photographer Bill Lane, and his wife Linda. These workshops are not just photography tours. They are field workshops, with hands-on instruction in the field, demonstrations, group discussions, question-and-answer sessions, and plenty of one-on-one assistance as you meet, share, and learn from fellow nature photographers.  And if you are lucky, home cooked meals at some of the workshops.  Bill and Linda invite you to explore their site, to see how you can become a better nature photographer.

By Elspeth Briscoe

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