Photography Lessons

Lessons Tailored to Your Needs


Do you want to learn photography, improve your skills, or learn how to use that new camera you jut bought or received as a gift?

Whether you are brand new to the world of photography, or want to learn more about the art or your camera, i can help you move forward in your journey. We can meet at a public restaurant, library, park, or some place else where you feel comfortable to start your lessons. I will start by finding out what you want to learn and where you skills and weaknesses are. I will then figure out the best ways to move forward in your learning process. That process can include more lessons where we sit and talk, or we can even go or meet somewhere that will present opportunities to take photos. Each lesson will be tailored to what you know, what you want to learn, and what i feel is the best way to achieve your goals.

The lessons have a one hour minimum, but can be for as you want them to be. We will meet as often as you like, for as long as you want to continue learning. The cost is $50.00 per hour if you are located within 20 miles from my location. If you are further away, their will be a travel fee added to the total to compensate for the extra time spent traveling to and from your location. The travel fee is added and/or determined by where we meet for the lessons, so if you live further away we can meet somewhere closer to my location to reduce or even avoid the travel fee. Contact me for more information, or to start improving our photography today.

Student using skills in photography lesson
Student using skills in photography lesson

What my other students are saying about their photography lessons.

Stacie H – “I’m so glad that I finally decided to invest in photography lessons. Stretch is a fantastic teacher. He tailors each lesson to meet my requests for what I’d like to learn. I’m understanding my camera so much better and learning to compose great photos.”

Ed C – “Stretch has a wealth of experience with SLR cameras, and he communicates that very well. I look forward to working with him again soon.”