Learn professional photography skills in a private training bootcamp
In our photography bootcamp, you will work one-on-one with a photography mentor to learn how to get the most from your camera. With your digital camera (DSLR or mirrorless), the options are limitless. However, creating quality photos is not always as easy as it looks. Working with instructors like Josh Hardin, photo editor for Colorado Life Magazine, you will find out how to get the results you want from your camera.
Inside Our Curriculum
Focus on Real-World Skills
Certificate Programs are designed to teach you how to improve your skills in a real-world setting. DWC's experiential learning style ensures you will be guided by an expert instructor in a hands-on format.
The challenges you face in class will mimic what you will need to land a job and improve productivity.
To learn more about what to expect & get started, attend an upcoming info session to speak to a student advisor or download our welcome guide.
Support & Mentoring
The classes within the Photography Bootcamp are offered in an accelerated workshop format.
Your instructor will provide hands-on, experiential style classroom learning for you to learn best practices of applying tech skills in the real-world.
Each class is eligible credit towards a certification program, which includes career counseling and portfolio projects.
Flexible scheduling options allow you to choose what works best for your time.
Why Digital Workshop Center?
of program graduates last year from unemployed to employed.
months avg to find employment after graduation
average increase in salary of certificate program students
career counseling and mentoring services included
Always Live | Hands-On | Small Class Sizes | Expert Instructors | Streaming Online
*program statistics compiled from DWC enrollment report (2019-2021)
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Essential Career Skills
In our photography bootcamp, you will start working with your instructor in a private mentoring session. You will dive into the basics of your camera in Photography Beginners (Level 1) and then move on to the trickier settings in Photography Advanced (Level 2)