Hands-on photography instruction for all skill levels

capture your imagination


Photograph by Aaron Bieber—Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming


ArtPhotoWorkshops is preparing to launch!

Please browse our workshops, interact with us on our Facebook page, and let us know what you think! We will be launching our workshops in early spring 2019, offering exclusive discounts and perks to early registrants for helping us figure things out.

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Do you wish that your photographs captured the beauty, detail, or emotion that you perceived in the moment? Do you keep your digital SLR in “auto” mode because all the settings seem so darn complicated? Do you wish you could just spend a couple of hours with someone who really knows what they’re doing and interact one-on-one to deepen your understanding of the craft?

ArtPhotoWorkshops can help. We provide guided, hands-on, totally interactive photography workshops for all skill levels; whether you got a camera for your birthday and don’t have a clue how to use it or you’ve been shooting for years and just want to be challenged to get to the next level, we’re here for you.


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Our Values

At ArtPhotoWorkshops, we live by these core values, which guide all of our decisions.

The best learning happens in small groups.

We promise that you’ll never have to fight a crowd to get answers to your important questions or guidance toward your goals.

Creativity and spontaneity go hand-in-hand.

Our workshop tours are carefully planned, but we do not teach in a controlled classroom. If the weather is off or our route is obstructed, we see that as an opportunity to get creative.

Equipment doesn’t matter (well, mostly).

We love our gear, but outside of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings, the gear doesn’t matter; it is our goal to deepen your understanding of the craft and to inspire your creativity no matter what kind of camera you have. Remember, the best camera is the one you have with you.


A journey of learning and exploration awaits.


Photograph by Aaron Bieber—Boston from Fan Pier Park