4.22 (1152 reviews)
☑ Take better photos with any camera you have
☑ Shoot better photos with basic composition skills
☑ Learn the basic history and technique of photography
☑ Practice basic photography skills over 12 weeks of lessons
Do you want your kid(s) to learn about photography?
This is the perfect photography course for anyone brand new to photography.
This project-based class is ideal for kids, home schoolers, and anyone wanting to learn about photography in a fun way.
What makes me qualified to teach you?
My name is Phil and I'm the creator of some of the world's most popular photography courses - with over 150,000 students and thousands of 5-star reviews like these ones for this course:
My Boy have just loved this course. Every week we completed a new project. My youngest is only 7 and he completed every project and had and awsome time doing it. fantastic introduction to photography. - Nicci Mcdonald
This is a very user friendly class. The weekly projects are easily adaptable to the age of the student. Without specific assignments it's easily to overlook all that there is to see in the world. Looking over, under, around, and through truly helps us see and understand objects we normally walk by every day. - Jennifer Overeem
We really enjoyed it. Thanks! - Ali Riggs
My Promise to You
I'll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about the course content or anything related to this topic, you can always post a question in the course or send me a direct message.
I want to make this the best Kids Photography course. So if there is any way I can improve this course, just tell me and I'll make it happen.
What's this course all about?
This course contains an entire section on the history of photography and basic photography techniques. This will give your kids (ideally ages 4-13) a great base for jumping into our weekly projects where they will actually be going out and practicing their photography.
12 Weeks of Adventures: Most of this course is broken into projects (or as we like to say, photo adventures!).
Each lesson contains and introduction to the project with photography tips tailored to the assignment. We'll explain what the project entails and get the kids excited for it. Then, we follow Anthony (our co-instructor and model student) around, as he does the adventure on his own. Finally, each lesson culminates in a photo review where photography-expert Phil discusses some of Anthony's best shots, and gives tips on how to improve them.
Each weekly lesson with the video lesson and the actual practice should take from 30-60 minutes.
Here are the Photo Adventures:
All lessons are downloadable! You can take the entire course with you! Download it to your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Or connect to it wherever you have an internet connection.
Instructor Availability: Phil is always available through the course page for any questions or concerns. We will get back to you within 1-2 business days, but most likely sooner! We are also available to grade your child's work, so that they can get homeschool credit, or credit for an extracurricular class.
By the end of this course, your kids will have a better understanding of how cameras work, how to take better pictures, and will have had lots of fun on our Photo Adventures!
With our 30-day 100% money back guarantee, there is nothing holding you back from jumping in right now and trying the course out.
Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I'll see you in lesson 1!
Introduction to Class
Join the Official Student Photography Group
Camera History Lesson
Taking Pictures 101
Get More Photography Resources & Tips
Project 1: Household Items
Project 2: Architecture
Project 3: Animals and Pets
Project 4: Family Portraits
Project 5: Plants and Nature
Project 6: Bug's Eye View
Project 7: Photo Scavenger Hunt
Project 8: Be a Photojournalist for one Day
Project 9: The Photo Walk
Project 10: A-Z Photo Find
Project 11: Pick-a-Color
Project 12: Photo Journal/Diary
Course Wrap Up
Final Photography Tips
Thank You & What's Next?
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Course is instructive. However there’s not much information on how to or the why’s on technique to produce a great photo.
yes! I love taking photos but by no means am I a professional. My daughter has shown interest as well and seems to have a good eye for it so I thought this would be fun for her to take.
I love history so it was fun for me. Did not know who made the camera, but now i do! and yes to the last question!
This was a really helpful course especially if your like a beginner at this stuff like I am. But rather that it was an awesome course so far.
well I thought it was really interesting and cool I was watching it with my kid and she loves it so yea and really good price for this levelled work
This course is really fun and it’s teaching me a lot about photography and the history of photography.
Its fun but right now I only learned about the history , which is good but I want to start with actual photography.
I learned a lot about the history of the camera in this class and I got 4 WHOLE PAGES of notes. That will help a lot in my photography report for school. (And these classes are AWESOME!!!) I learned a lot! Thank you Mr.Teacher.
It has helped me learn how far cameras have gone, and that cameras have a lot more time to get better.
I love photography and history so I am really excited for next week. My dad has a camera and he is letting me use it but is really scared I might brake so I am hoping I will not brake it!?
I like it and I give it an 5-5 is Because it can teach you history and how the camera works and I think it’s really good and actually quite fun.
Ues it was because it tells us about the history and how much difference there is today in technology.
Really helpful and easy to use and gives good points and tips for photography.....Really Love It very much!!!!!!thank you for making it kid friendly and easy for them to understand
I think that Phillip did a very good job with teaching about the camera and I really like his classes and I haven’t taken a lot, so I look forward to taking more.
This was pretty interesting but I feel like the background was a little depressing. Overall, it was very good!