Portrait Photography Tour: Canon Explorers of Light Share Their Secrets

Lights. Posing. Action! Join Canon to learn from some of the best portrait photographers in a city near you.

Spend a day with an award-winning Explorer of Light and learn their portrait photography secrets and technical expertise. Our tour showcases six different photographers, each with a distinctive style, in six different cities across the country. Each event covers different facets of portrait photography, including family, wedding, fashion, and commercial portraits.

Tour Stops:
ATLANTA | SEPTEMBER 9
PARISH KOHANIM
Fashion/Fine Art
NEW YORK CITY | SEPTEMBER 30
LINDSAY ADLER
Creative/Portrait
CHICAGO | OCTOBER 7
BOB DAVIS
Wedding/Event
BOULDER | OCTOBER 14
TYLER STABLEFORD
Lifestyle/Sports
PHOENIX | NOVEMBER 4
MICHELE CELENTANO
Family
ORANGE COUNTY | NOVEMBER 11
ROBERTO VALENZUELA
Wedding/Event


Our Explorers will guide you through the step-by-step process of refining your style, telling a story, building relationships with — and posing — your subjects, mastering your technical skills, and marketing your talents.

Each instructor will demonstrate the gear they love to use – and how to get the best results from your own gear. They’ll also show you little-known tricks you can do with your camera, how to optimize light in a studio and outdoors, and how to choose lenses that let you convey your message.

In addition to a day of learning with an Explorer of Light, attendees will get:
  • Exclusive discounts on select Canon portrait gear!
  • Take the learning home with PDF guides and Online Class discounts
  • Your tech questions answered with an on-site Canon expert
  • Touch and try the latest Canon cameras, lenses, and Speedlites


Space for Canon Live Learning's Portrait Photography Tour is limited. Choose your location and sign up today!

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