PHOTOGRAPHY  EDUCATION  

Learn how to Master Exposure and Pursue your Passion in Capturing the absolute best images in-camera from the Nation’s Leader in Photography Education. Whether you consider yourself a beginner, intermediate, or advanced photographer, we can improve and elevate your photographic skills to the next level. You will develop skills from essential to master level photography through online and in-person training and tutorials.

 

Perfect Light Camera & Supply was opened in 2008 by Christopher Balmer and has quickly become the Nation's leader in photography education with over 15,000 classroom students from across the United States and even more online students. Our goal is to educate on how to Master Your Camera – to push the capabilities of which ever camera you are holding, to its full extent. Learn from professional and experienced photographers with hands-on examples and online teaching. You will understand how to capture the best possible exposure, color, and composition in-camera, in any lighting situation. Explore our expanding photography education line up from introductory to professional photography encompassing a multitude of fields of study including wildlife, landscape, & portrait photography.

 UPCOMING  CLASSES  

  • Nikon's NX Studio (Nikon's RAW Management) November 20, 2021
    Nov 20, 10:00 AM – 11:55 AM MST
    NX Studio Online Class
    Learn Nikon’s newest free imaging program, complete with RAW management and image processing tools. Understand how to make fine adjustments to your RAW images, and how to convert files. Use this tool in your workflow to lessen the time you spend editing photos. Online Class Fee: $25
  • GREATER YELLOWSTONE PHOTOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM 2022
    May 09, 2022, 8:00 AM MDT – May 14, 2022, 4:30 PM MDT
    West Yellowstone, West Yellowstone, MT 59758, USA
    Our goal presenting this symposium is to provide you with the opportunity to understand and photograph Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding Yellowstone Ecosystem with a level of understanding and insight few rarely achieve. Symposium Fee: $497