LITTLE
ROCK
PHOTOGRAPHY
GROUP

Upcoming Events

Beginner's Photography Class

Beginner's Photography Class

Saturday 08 June
President Clinton Avenue - 3pm - 3 Hours
Brad Sims
Ready to learn more about your camera and get out of automatic exposure? Now is your chance!

Join us as we break down your camera to help you learn about shutter speed, aperture, ISO and how these settings affect your exposure.

We will then put your new knowledge to the test with the guidance of a professional photographer.
book now
$92      
ABOUT LITTLE
ROCK
PHOTOGRAPHY
GROUP
Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Little Rock .

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

    Join the Little Rock Photography Group on Facebook to share your photos after the session.

    Got a question? Try our FAQ.
  • REVIEWS
    It was fantastic! Had a great time walking through downtown Little Rock and seeing how others view things. I learned quite a bit.
    5/5
    Michael
    2024-02-25
    very useful. I learned a lot. Thanks Ken.
    5/5
    Heather
    2023-09-24
    Great class - Ken was friendly and knowledgeable.
    5/5
    Meleah
    2023-06-18

    The beginner meetup was well worth it. Having the opportunity to learn the concepts and then immediately put them into practice, as well as honest criticism and personalized advice from a pro is something you certainly can't get from YouTube. Ken has a great teaching style and is super approachable for those like myself who are breaking into the hobby. Also just a fun dude to be around. 10/10 would recommend.
    5/5
    Jordan Eddy
    2023-06-18
    This class was great! I really appreciated the individualized camera support received. I loved the small group, the location and timing. Ken was so knowledgeable and kind. I would highly recommend this class to anyone.
    5/5
    Jacina
    2023-06-18
    Had a wonderful hands on experience with Ken. He was very helpful and patient with explaining things to me. Can't wait to see what the other classes entail.
    5/5
    Tiffany
    2023-05-29

    It was a good time, learned some techniques from Ken.
    5/5
    Edward
    2023-05-28
    It was very informative and I learned a lot from ken. He's a very good instructor and the information is invaluable.
    5/5
    Paul
    2023-05-01
    I learned a lot during this lesson; it was an excellent value for the money. The instructor was very knowledgeable, and the small group size enabled him to spend a lot of time working with us individually. He introduced concepts effectively and customized parts of the lesson based on each student's interests. I feel much more confident working with my camera now than I did before attending.
    4/5
    Karen
    2023-02-05

    PHOTOGRAPHERS
    Brad Sims
    Brad Sims is a landscape and nature photographer from Little Rock, Arkansas. He is passionate about showing the seldom seen, the small and intimate, and the strangely unique beauty of Arkansas and beyond. Brad tries to follow the ideals and tenets of the Slow Photography Movement where he can, with mindfulness at the root of his photos.

    Brad's photos have been featured in Forbes Magazine, Quills & Pixels literary journal, and numerous print and digital publications. His travel photography includes images from the Gulf Coast, through the Rockies, to the Desert Southwest. Brad is a proud member of the Arkansas Artist Registry. You can see more of Brad's work at bradsimsphoto.com.

    Brad Sims is available for private bookings

    Available most Saturdays and Sundays from 2pm until 6pm.
    Private tutoring for photography techniques and editing, landscape and nature photo excursions, portrait photography sessions.

    PHOTOS
    Little Rock Photography Group
    2024-04-04
    Title or Location: Fire Island , Long Island NY
    Starburst from the Fire Island Lighthouse.March 25, 2024
    Credit: Nick Masselle
    Facebook: Nick Masselle Photography
    Instagram: Nick_Masselle

    Little Rock Photography Group
    2024-04-04
    Title or Location: Heavenly Rays Montauk Point
    Taking on a Sunrise atMontauk Point gives a photographer a plethora of photo opportunities. As the sun roseAbove the sea and started to touch the cloud cover, The heavenly crepuscular rays appeared and seamed to dance on the water
    Credit: Roy Schneider
    Instagram: @Roydotschneider
    Little Rock Photography Group
    2024-03-15
    Title or Location: South Point, Kona - Hawaii
    South Point is the Southernmost point of the Hawaiian Islands and the United States. Beautiful panoramic views provided the backdrop of this gold sunset. The sun was going down fast and, the battery in the camera was depleting fast as well. It showed at 1. While I had a spare battery in my pocket, I did not want to lose valuable 10 seconds changing it with a 200-6000mm lens hung around my neck. I was able to take about 8-9 series of sunset shots and this one was the last one, and the battery fi
    Credit: Kaleem Sayyed
    Facebook: Kaleem Sayyed

    Little Rock Photography Group
    2024-02-21
    Title or Location: US 65 outside of Tillar
    Just taking a Saturday drive down through the Delta. Came up on this farm and noticed this tractor. This picture represents the beginning of Spring fast approaching .
    Credit: William

    Little Rock Photography Group
    2024-02-05
    Title or Location: At Murray Park before the tornado last March.
    I was taking shots of the sunset summer before last at Murray Park when this Great Blue Heron landed on the small strip of land west of me making a perfect silhouette capture with the setting sun behind it. Canon Powershot
    Credit: Brian Jones
    Little Rock Photography Group
    2024-01-20
    Title or Location: England Arkansas
    This stretch of road is one of Arkansas many beautiful sights to see ! This street is a pathway for hundreds of farmers in the north eastern Arkansas region, yielding a breathtaking view in an early morning or afternoon setting.
    Credit: Marcus Leo
    Facebook: Marcus Leo
    Instagram: 7u3k_media

    St Albans Photography Group
    2024-05-27
    Title or Location: Night-time at Portland Bill lighthouse
    The weather forecast for the night Friday the 3rd May looked very good and because the last time I went to Portland Bill I didn't manage to get home with anything good, I thought of giving it another go. Even though it was a 4 hour drive from my house, I'm over the moon I went there because I haven't seen the sky so nice and clean in a very, very long time, it was just perfect.I took quite a few photos and this one is the first that I want to show you because I love it to bits.As always, I
    Credit: Emil Andronic
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Emil.Andronic.Photography
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ancient_light_by_emilandronic/

    New Orleans Photography Group
    2024-05-27
    Title or Location: St. Charles Parish Wetlands Watchers Park
    Saturday night, 5/11/24, I went out to the St. Charles Parish Wetlands Watchers Park wanting to capture some photos of the Northern Lights as the Solar Storm made the aurora visible down here in Louisiana. It was a cloudy night so we didn't get to see any of it. But a thunderstorm was was approaching and "heat lightning" was seen in the distance. As it got closer, the lightning strikes were getting more and more visible even though the storm was still miles away. So I repositioned my camera and
    Credit: Bertis Tamplain
    Santa Clara Photography Group
    2024-05-27
    Title or Location: Yosemite Valley
    I went on a hike in Yosemite Valley and unexpectedly found this tree that had a heart shaped hole in the trunk. I stayed until dusk and used my red light on my headlamp to cast the red glow inside the heart. I was inspired by my then girlfriend. I love LOVE!
    Credit: Cody Mattson
    Facebook: codymattsonphotography

    San Gabriel Photography Group
    2024-05-25
    Title or Location: Home
    A photographer friend visits his parents in Alaska every year and upon his return home he always brings me salmon steaks that his family catch as part of their food provisions. This was my dinner and will say that this dinner was nothing short of amazing!
    Credit: Gonzalo Guerrero
    Facebook: G GUERRERO PHOTOGRAPHY
    Instagram: @photo818
    Brisbane Photography Group
    2024-05-22
    Title or Location: Charlies Hut, Carneys Creek
    As anyone who chases milkyway photos will tell you, they take some careful planning and often a lack of sleep. Charlies Hut is in the Scenic Rim. It's about a 2hr drive from home, and with the help of Photopills, we could see that the moon would have set with the milkyway still visible at about 4am. So alarms were set for 1.30am, coffee was made and off we went. I use the intervalometer on my Canon 6D mark ii to shoot between 15-20 images of the sky. The lens I used was a Samyang 14mm, set
    Credit: Lisa Pritchard
    Facebook: Lisa Pritchard
    Instagram: lisa_pritchard_photography
    Oshawa Photography Group
    2024-05-21
    Title or Location: Just north of Brechin on Hwy 169.
    May 10 the northern lights hit a G5 storm, a KP index of 9, the highest it will go, and the best storm we've seen in over 20 years. I drove my 10 year old son north to see them, this was a chance of a lifetime. I managed to get several amazing photos. Canon R6M2, RF10-20mm lens at 10mm, 30sec at f4, iso 1000, manual focusing. This was looking more north-west as most of the bright colours could be seen to the south, west and just north of us.
    Credit: Diane Schlichting
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