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The photography workshops for intermediates will be available in Seattle, San Diego, Houston, Atlanta, Tampa, New York City and Minneapolis on July 28. These are half-day excursions where you’ll get the chance to work with pro photographers and their Camera Experience Shop experts to conduct four individual photo shoots. Here's what you'll get:
You’ll get to test and try an array of lenses & accessories to truly unleash what’s possible with photography, learn to think like a pro and walk away with some amazing photos.
At the end of the day in addition to lunch you’ll get a bag of camera goodies + if you share your photos on social media with the #BestBuyPhotoWorkshops you’ll be entered to win Best Buy gift cards or a dream photography package!
The events cost $50 – but you’ll easily make this up with the giveaways, lunch, transportation, and the priceless opportunity to work with pros!
If you're not an intermediate and instead are a beginner, Best Buy has you covered. As a beginner, you can test and try cameras in the store during their free in-store photography workshops. The free workshop will provide the following:
Only 2 hours long, these will cover the photography basics & allow you 1:1 interaction with our Camera Experience Shop Experts to walk through your camera’s settings.
Once you’re done, take the next step into the upcoming Photography Workshop Tours on 10/20 and 1/19. You can sign-up to be notified when these go live for registration in the fall/winter.
Best Buy's Camera Experience shop is essentially like visiting a specialty camera store, right in the middle of your local Best Buy. They have expert help in the form of Camera Experience Shop Experts who go through intensive photography training and are all photo enthusiasts themselves. The great thing is there’s an expanded assortment of cameras, lenses, and accessories that you won’t find in other locations. Plus you can get hands-on with all the cameras and test and try them in the store.