Why are Omnilargess Digital Photography Classes unique?

There are lots of Photography classes around and I believe they are all good, but Omnilargess Digital Photography classes are unique. We approach Digital  Photography, Photoshop, and Lightroom classes a little differently than most. We develop our workshops by listening to our students, researching demands in the market, and continually update our workshop content to keep pace with the fast changing technology of digital cameras and software. You can not learn digital photography just by reading books, watching videos, or listening to instructions. You need to learn these techniques and apply them in real life situations.

This approach to workshops and teaching is what makes our digital camera classes different from others.

Our instructors will walk you through settings and menus, then they show you how, when, and where to use them. Our workshops are a mix of theory and hands-on with an emphasis on the practical aspects of photography.

This is why our digital camera classes focus on practical applications and give you the opportunity to use these techniques in a realistic scenario. Your digital Camera just takes photos!

Digital Photography Classes and Editing Workshops

Cancellation and Refund Policies:

We reserve the right to cancel our classes in cases where minimum enrollment is not achieved, or in extreme circumstances. In such cases, refunds of the full ticket price will be given to students who have already registered. In the event that the student cannot make the class for which they are registered, they must inform Omnilargess services via email no later than 30 days before class start time in order to receive a refund (There is a 15% Cancellation and Administration Fee if you cancel on or before no later than 30 days before class start time). A late cancellation fee of 50% applies for students who cancel within the 30 days preceding the workshop. Students who do not show up for the workshop who have not formally cancelled, are not eligible for refunds. Important: Your seat will not be reserved until your payment is received. If you withdraw from a course or workshop less than 30 days before it begins, you will not receive a refund.

Omnilargess Upcoming Photography Classes

List of all photography classes and Photoshop and Lightroom courses

Digital Camera Crash Course is an entry-level photography class that covers everything, from camera settings to full-manual shooting. All new photographers need a jump start to a successful photography experience. Whether you just want to take better family photos or start a photography business, the Digita Camera Crash Course is the first step for your success.

Vancouver Island Photography Tour A 3 in 1 Photography Tour    Omnilargess Photography Classes and Brett Michaud Photography wish to invite you to explore and photograph British Columbia, Canada’s wild west coast of Vancouver Island. Discover the (more…)

The Portrait Photography Class is a three-part workshop for intermediate to advanced users. It covers Natural Ligh and Flash Portrait techniques. It also covers posing models and interacting with models.

If you just got your first digital SLR camera, or even have had it for several months, Omnilargess Digital Photography Bootcamp will equip you with all the techniques that you need to operate your digital camera at its ultimate performance. In this workshop, you will learn how to use different settings, such as Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, different Metering Modes, White Balance, ISO, etc.

The Nitobe Japanese Garden is a hidden gem in the Vancouver area. Nitobe Garden Photo Walk helps you discover this gem through your camera’s lens.

Teens see the world differently. Youth Summer Photography Class equips them with tools to express their visions and share them with the world.

Chasing Shadows and Highlights workshop is in three consequent Saturdays. Each class consist of 2 hours classroom session in the morning following by a 3 hour field trip in the afternoon. This is a 15 hour workshop in total, with lots of practical and hand ons experiences.

Colours are so deceiving, therefore, we use only Black and White images.