A step beyond our One-Day Workshops, BPW's In-Depth Workshop series focuses more deeply on different aspects of both hobby and professional photography, allowing you to try new challenges and widen your skill set.
Every trip we take brings with it special memories and moments. By learning how to document your travels with your camera, you can create images that will help you remember each adventure for years to come.
With historic photographs as your guide, you’ll learn to take before-and-after pictures of some of Boston’s oldest buildings and neighborhoods. Perfect for those interested in architectural and/or landscape photography.
More classes coming soon…
An adventure like none other! Join the BPW team for an exciting weekend workshop photographing the night sky on the coast of Maine. Experience the star filled sky like never before, learning to photograph with an experienced instructor right by your side.
Learn to see the world in a new way. In this full-day, two-part class, you'll learn to both create better black & white photos, but also how to edit them to enhance texture, luminosity, and mood.
Coming Spring 2019
Get your treats and squeaker ready—we’re taking photos of dogs! In this class you'll learn to apply the concepts of portrait photography (with some unique differences) to our four-legged friends.
Returning Summer 2019
Learn to photograph the star-filled sky. During this workshop, you’ll travel to a dark sky location and learn to capture the stars with our helpful instructors by your side for a personalized small group experience.
Learn to shoot like the pros, with a pro. Experience photography in this unique, unmatched setting. Get up close and personal with access to the photo pit and learn to take energy filled and dramatic photos.
Returning Spring 2019
Get ready to become Instagram famous with this fun photo walk class! You'll explore built-in smartphone technology, composition tips, and editing programs to help you up your iPhone or Android photo game.
Returning Summer 2019
Using the high dynamic range (HDR) method, you'll learn how to take and make better photos in tough lighting conditions. HDR allows you to blend exposures to embrace both the light and the dark.