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Best Buy has already captured the hearts of photo enthusiasts with its vast assortment of camera essentials and is now looking to keep them coming back for more with its new photography workshop tours. These tours are said to take place in Atlanta, Houston, Minneapolis, New York City, San Diego, Seattle and Tampa starting July 28th.
Something For Everyone
Regardless of your level of expertise, Best Buy is sharing tips and tricks to improve your photography skills. On July 28th, the new Best Buy photography workshop tours will focus on half-day excursions for intermediates. Participants will be able to work with pro photographers and the Best Buy Camera Experience Shop experts to conduct 4 individual photo shoots.
In addition, you’ll be able to test and try an array of lenses and accessories, helping you spruce up your photography skills and learn to think like a pro. Participation in these workshops costs $50 and includes lunch, giveaways, transportation and a priceless opportunity to work with the pros.
Are you a beginner? Best Buy also has you covered.
Free in-store photography workshops will be held on the same date for those who aren’t ready to take on the Tours. These workshops will last up to two hours and cover photography basics and will offer one-on-one interaction with the Best Buy Camera Experience Shop Experts.
Upon completion, you’re more than welcome to join the upcoming Photography Workshop Tours on November 20th and January 19th. You can sign-up to be notified when these go live for registration in the fall/winter.
Photo enthusiasts just like yourself are what make up the Best Buy Camera Experience Shop Experts, and they’ll be waiting to help assist you with any photography questions that have been troubling your mind.
If you’re interested in attending an upcoming workshop tour, then I suggest hearing what previous participants had to say about their experience in this video: