Photography Classes

Photography Classes

5.0 (9)
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1 employee
17 years in business

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I have found my best days are when I am teaching people to explore photography.

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Oakland Park, FL 33304
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9 Reviews


  • Isaac Turgeman

    Very easy to work with to understand and absorb all the material she teach

  • Olga cohen

    My 19 year old took a children's art class from Pam at her studio. My daughter loves art and photography. She absolutely loved her class. Pamela was friendly and encouraging.

  • David O'boyle

    Excellent teacher! My sister, daughter, and I met Pauline for a three-hour session in her studio. It was wonderful -- one of the most memorable things we did in Florida! Pamela is an excellent teacher; my daughter is a bit reticent and doesn't like to do things in public (even with her mom and aunt, lol), but Pamela gave her a few individual exercises and they opened her right up. We had a still life to work on, and Pamela was meticulous in her instruction, helping us to get the camera ready just right before we began taking pictures (not something my other teachers have emphasized). She's a lovely person, and I only wish we were not so far apart, so that I could continue instruction with her!

  • Alicia Bradish

    Wonderful Experience in Miami!! My husband and I were in Paris on vacation and I was dying to take an photography class. We were lucky enough to stumble upon Pamela class on the internet. We signed up for a 4 hour Introduction class and photojournalism class out and about in Miami. She took us to some places we would have never seen had we not been with her, and she is an absolutely brilliant teacher!! It was one of our most memorable experiences in Miami! If we ever get the opportunity to go back to Miami, we will definitely book more classes with her!! It is an absolute must-do when visiting Miami. Show less

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?
1) How long have you been engaged in photography?  Do you consider yourself at a beginning, intermediate, advanced, or professional level?  Describe your experience.
2) What would you like to get out of your photography lessons?  Are there any particular topics that you would like to discuss or any burning questions?
3) What are your short-term and long-term photographic goals?
4) What subjects do you like to shoot?
5) How often do you get out to shoot?
6) What equipment do you use? (list all, including camera body and lenses)
7) What camera mode do you usually shoot on? (automatic, aperture priority, shutter priority, manual)
8) Do you ever use external flash? (This is a flash that connects to your camera's hotshoe and that is removable, not pop-up.)
9) If you shoot digitally, do you do any post-processing of your images? What software do you use?
10) Are you interested in going on some field practice sessions?  If so, is there any particular place you would like to go?  What would you want to learn from the field sessions?
11) Do you have an online photography portfolio so that I can see some of your work?  If not, please bring a selection of up to 30 prints or digital files to your lesson.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

-Master Degree in photography and visual art.

-Member of  PPA 

-Photographer at Portrait Deluxe

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

-I offer diferent prices and programs for: beginners, intermediate and advance. (I will create the best deal for you).

How did you get started teaching?

-2010 Earned a Bachelor's Degree

  1. 2011 Engage in Student Teaching. 
  2. 2013Continue With Higher Education.
  3. 2014 Gaining classroom experience in different photography schools.

What types of students have you worked with?

beginners,intermediate, advance and kids.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Founder of Portrait deluxe workshops :







What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Click not what you see like, But what you feel like.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

-11) Do you have an online photography portfolio so that I can see some of your work?  If not, please bring a selection of up to 30 prints or digital files to your lesson.