Hunt’s Photo Workshops

Hunt’s Photo Workshops are similar to our popular Hunt’s Photo Walks: They are hands-on workshops that immerse the student in different aspects of photography, both technically and aesthetically. However, Workshops differ in that they include a classroom teaching element. All our Workshops will include the hands-on because there is no better way to learn, but often, further description and discussion is needed that must be addressed prior to the hands-on portion.

The following is applicable of each workshop, unless otherwise noted:
•Workshops can have both a classroom and on-location meeting place. Make sure to provide an accurate email and cell phone number when registering. We will send out more specific instructions to you a few days prior to the Workshop. Some slight details above can be subject to change. This email will detail any of those minor changes.
•Workshops are limited to 12 attendees with a minimum of 3, unless otherwise noted.
•We will have one instructor per 6 attendees; most workshops are planned to feature two instructors.
•For each workshop, transportation to and from the location is required.
•Workshop times (and dates) are subject to change.
•Please read Hunt’s Terms & Conditions before signing up.

If you have additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at

Hunt's Photo Workshops

Hunt’s Photo Workshop: Using On-Camera Filters to Enhance Landscape Photos, featuring Portland Head Light

Saturday, June 9th, 12-8:30pm, Hunt’s Photo, South Portland & Fort Williams Park, Cape Elizabeth, ME. This unique workshop will be half classroom description, half in-field workshop, as we discuss filters and then put them to excellent use!

Capture to Print, Featuring Cape Ann

Saturday April 28th at Cape Ann, Sunday April 29th at Hunt’s Photo, Melrose. Capture-To-Print is a day and a half of photography, editing and printing! Half photo walk, half editing and printing, we will take you through the whole process–from Capture to Print.

Hunt’s Photo Workshop: Capturing Your Pooch’s Personality

Saturday April 7th, 10am-3pm, Hunt’s Photo, Melrose. Join Hunt’s Education as we cover the best practices for taking better photographs of dogs. In this course, we will cover many concepts and techniques involving both your camera and your interactions with your pooch!

Macro & Tabletop Photography Workshop

Sunday March 11th, Hunt’s Photo, Melrose. Every table in your house can become a landscape of opportunity with some imagination and creativity. We will spend our day creating a variety of still life set ups, unique macro scenarios, and learning about the use of light and light modifiers.