Our courses are designed with new photographers in mind. These are NOT recordings! Your learning experience includes full interactivity with a small group of enthusiasts such as yourself and a highly rated instructor.
Our methods are engaging, interactive, fun - and most of all, effective. Our goal is to empower you to be your most creative with your camera in your hands. We get you out of the AUTO mode immediately.
Our classes have been taught to countless happy students. Check out what our happy students have to say about cameraschool!
The Henry’s courses were recommended to me and I was not disappointed. I have done on-line courses before but nothing beats hands-on learning. The photography courses are small in size. Jim was a great teacher. My camera and I are now friends. - Steve Dewar
Cameraschool is one of Toronto's most established schools for photography education offering courses, workshops, and guided photo walks.
Our courses have been refined over the past two decades to accommodate changing technology, learning styles and aspirations. Your success is what drives us.
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Easily one of the best photography courses in Toronto. Jim was one of the clearest and patient photography teachers ever. I thought I knew a lot about photography but didn't realize how much I didn't know. Toronto is a great city for taking a nice photograph as I haven't lived here long. The classroom was great. Ended up taking the second of the courses after the first. - L. Duncan
I've taken other photography classes, but nothing compared to what I learned from the classes I took at Henry's. I looked forward to taking them each week. Jim, the instructor, was very knowledgeable, patient and explained the material with great detail. He took the time to fully answer any questions we had and provided quality feedback about my photography.
Since taking the classes, everyone noticed the great improvement of my photos, and I'm more excited than ever to trying new things with the photography techniques I've learned. The other students in the class I was in also enjoyed it as much as I did, so much so that almost everyone took the more advanced classes together. Now, I no longer rely on the auto-mode on my camera and enjoy tweaking the setting and seeing the improvement of my photos. The classes and the expert instruction gave me the opportunities to see what potential my camera has and what setting work best in any given environment. I can't stress enough how many compliments on the improvement of my photos when posting on Facebook. My photos really now capture what I'm seeing, instead of dull version of real life. My only disappointment is that there's no more classes left for me to take.
To anyone who wants to take their photography to the next level, The courses at Henry's Toronto are for you. Thank You Jim for opening my eyes on how easy it can be to capture truly special moments, and taking the lens-cap off of my imagination. - Kat Soderstrom
I read everything I could get my hands on when I started photography as my new hobby and was skeptical that taking any courses would provide much more than I’d already learned. But I took the leap and signed up for Henry's 101 course with Jim Ogilvie. It was the best decision I made. Jim was great at explaining and demonstrating the various aspects of photography - I was amazed at how much we covered in 5 weeks. There’s no replacement for having an instructor walk you through concepts and answer your questions directly. I was so pleased that I signed up for 201 course with Jim and it was even better! I recommend both courses, whether you are brand new to photography or, like me, are self-taught and you know there may be some gaps. The quality of my work has grown and I credit Jim! - Judy Hauserman
Taking the photo 101 and 102 courses at Henry's Toronto location are a great way to learn and be introduced to the world of photography. Jim is a wonderful instructor who is friendly, easygoing and has loads of knowledge on photography and different types DSLR cameras. These courses include both discussions and hands on assignments that further help you understand your camera and your new skills. - Sabrina Belardi-Redin