Photography Class for Teenagers

CoursePhotography Class for Teenagers - Virtual
Difficulty levelBeginners and beyond
Total duration10 hours
Group size9 students max.

Photography Classes for Teens (beginner)

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This class is currently being livestreamed!

All classes will be taught on Zoom and there will be exercises during the class so that students can practice. We will give assignments so that students can continue to practice what they learn in class. To find out about the content covered in this class, make sure to read beyond the dotted line.


Photography is an exciting art to learn. With the use of smart phones photography has become of great interest to teenagers. PhotoUno wants to give teenagers a space to grow and learn with photography. This course is ideal for any teen who wants to express themselves through a camera lens.

What is the purpose of this class?
This photography class is designed so teenagers find a fun and enjoyable place where they can learn and practice photography.

The objective of this course is for all teenagers to be able to shoot in Manual Mode. In order to do they will have to learn about aperture, ISO, shutter speed along with many other techniques, which you can read about below.
During this course they will learn about different genres of photography to find what they like best. Teens will also work on a photography portfolio throughout the course on a topic of their choice. This portfolio will be put together at the end of the course and it will be a reflection of all that they have learned in these five weeks.

Our main objective is for teenagers to leave this place with an advanced understanding of their camera. Ready to take photographs of their friends, family or school, this photography class is a great learning experience.

How do I get started…

Who: Teenagers between the ages 13 to 18 years old.
Where: Online
How Often: Teens will meet 2-hours a week, for 5 weeks.
What do I need for this class: All students will need a camera (DSLR camera, Mirrorless camera or compact camera) with Manual mode option; which allows to set Aperture (A/Av) and Shutter Speed (S/Tv).


Thursdays, from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m.