No matter if you're a photography beginner with an iPhone or an expert carrying a DSLR, there's always something new to learn about taking pictures.

With a lesson from Zach Fox Photography, I'll give you individual attention specific to what you want to learn, whether you have questions about your gear, optimal camera settings for a given situation, or how to capture the most emotion in a given moment.

I offer both virtual and in-person lessons tailored to your needs.

Photography Lessons Packages

Introductory Lesson - Virtual

$99

Begin your photographic journey with some foundational knowledge and get answers to all of your photography questions via a 60-minute virtual lesson held on Zoom.

We'll discuss topics tailored to your needs, which may include:

  • Photography gear selection
  • Exploring the gear you have
  • Shutter speed
  • Aperture settings
  • ISO settings
  • Lighting basics
  • Composition basics
Introductory Lesson - In-Person

$249

Begin your photographic journey with some foundational knowledge and get answers to all of your photography questions via a 2-hour in-person lesson.

We'll take photos together and discuss topics tailored to your needs, which may include:

  • Photography gear selection
  • Exploring the gear you have
  • Shutter speed
  • Aperture settings
  • ISO settings
  • Lighting basics
  • Composition basics

You'll also get live feedback on the photos we take during your lesson.

Included in the cost of this lesson is up to 40 miles of the instructor's travel to a photogenic location.

Advanced Lesson - In-Person

$249

If you already possess solid photography fundamentals and are looking to take your photography to the next level, schedule an advanced lesson with Zach Fox Photography and spend 2 hours with a pro.

We'll take a look at your existing portfolio and discuss your photographic goals. We'll meet at a location conducive to practicing new techniques. You will come away from this lesson with actionable ways to improve your photography.

Included in the cost of this lesson is up to 40 miles of the instructor's travel to a photogenic location.