KNOXVILLE
PHOTOGRAPHY
GROUP

Upcoming Events

ABOUT KNOXVILLE
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 Knoxville .

  • 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 Knoxville Photography Group on Facebook to share your photos after the session.

    Got a question? Try our FAQ.
  • REVIEWS
    Sam is a nice instructor.
    5/5
    Camilo
    2024-02-11
    PHOTOS
    Knoxville Photography Group
    2024-04-04
    Title or Location: Powell TN.
    Photo was taken with a telescope using a tracking mount with dedicated cooled astronomy camera used a special filter called duo band filter only picks up hydrogen alpha and oxygen 3 emissions blocks out a 100 light pollution stacked with 30 light frames at 4min each and 5 dark frames at 4min each
    Credit: Ricky Smith

    Knoxville Photography Group
    2024-03-26
    Title or Location: Taken in my home studio in Lenoir City
    Beautiful maternity session, celebrating the completion of a family.
    Credit: Tammy Hudson
    Knoxville Photography Group
    2024-03-10
    Title or Location: New orleans bayou
    This photo was taken last month during my first time visit to New Orleans.On my 3rd day there I took a boat ride deep in to the swamps of the New Orleans.The wild life in there was spectacular!I saw so many types of wild animals.The Raccoons were the cutest.They were so curious, approaching the boat getting really close.This is what provided me this wonderful opportunity to take this photo.Cannon Rebel t7 ISO 800S 1/400F 875-300 mm lense
    Credit: Rachel Zandany
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/rachellydan

    Knoxville Photography Group
    2024-02-27
    Title or Location: Lakeshore Park - Knoxville, Tennessee
    I attended a Nature Photography Meetup on Feb 10th by Samanthalee Greco. One of the photo challenges she gave us was to take a closeup of something we found interesting. As I wandered around, I came across this plant by the boardwalk that had interesting texture that looked like caramelized brown sugar bulbs with golden sunshine inside. My plant app on my iPhone identified it as a shrubby St. Johns wort. So, I swapped on my 100mm macro lens onto my Canon 5D Mark IV, got on my knees and took
    Credit: Tony Jordan
    Instagram: tonyjordan7676

    Knoxville Photography Group
    2024-02-24
    Title or Location: Zoo Knoxville
    Bashir, a critically endangered, Malayan Tiger surveying his habitat at Zoo Knoxville.
    Credit: Stephanie Mengeling
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WanderfulMomentsPhotography?mibextid=LQQJ4d
    Knoxville Photography Group
    2024-02-12
    Title or Location: Chavez County in Southern New Mexico
    Clutch of baby barn owls in a sandstone nest near the Pecos River.
    Credit: Martin Gran
    Facebook: Martin Buzzy Gran

    Gold Coast Photography Group
    2024-04-15
    Title or Location: Cloudy bay, Bruny island, Tasmania
    Was my third attempt at catching the aurora. Got to campsite set up camp and looked up at the cloudy night. The clouds started to clear and managed to get down the road and get some snaps &128077
    Credit: Simon garrett
    Facebook: Slystyles_art
    Instagram: Slystyles_art
    Philadelphia Photography Group
    2024-04-15
    Title or Location: Blue Bell, Pennsylvania
    I captured this house sparrow coming in for a landing on my bird feeder one rainy afternoon using my Nikon D7500 and a Sigma 100-400mm lens. The settings were 1/1250 f/6.3 Auto ISO.
    Credit: Max L. Lieberman
    Baton Rouge Photography Group
    2024-04-14
    Title or Location: Murfreesboro, Arkansas
    The classic "Diamond Ring" picture from the recent eclipse on April 8, 2024, taken from our cabin in the woods on the banks of the Little Missouri River! We (8 family members) have been eagerly waiting for this event since August of 2017, when we traveled to Athens, Tennessee for the last one!
    Credit: Craig P LaBorde

    Brisbane Photography Group
    2024-04-14
    Title or Location: Victoria Point, Brisbane
    This was my first attempt at astrophotography in Brisbane and was a trial shot more than anything. I went looking for an eastern facing foreground knowing that the Milky Way core would be rising at around 10pm from the east, leaving me few options where light pollution wouldn't be an issue. I was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't too harsh at vic point. I loved the foreground and the lightning in the distance on the horizon, and the satellite creaping in was another unexpected surprise with th
    Credit: Ryan Bowron
    Instagram: @rdb_photo
    Glasgow Photography Group
    2024-04-14
    Title or Location: GlenCoe. Scotland.
    This photo was taken a few years ago. I waited a long time for the right light and atmosphere. I was already cold when this picture appeared. I was very happy that my efforts were so generously rewarded.
    Credit: Bogdan
    Seattle Photography Group
    2024-04-10
    Title or Location: Edmonds, WA
    Dearing the eclipse of 2017 my family and I sat in our backyard here in WA to watch the 93 totality with our eclipse glasses. With my homemade solar filter attached to my camera, I took a series of photos of the sun during the eclipse. After processing my sun photos, I was disappointed to see that the moon only showed up as a black hole and not its proper form. I am an avid shooter of Astro photography and have several photos of the moon taken from my backyard and multiple other locations. I
    Credit: Amanda Thornton-DeWitt
    Facebook: Amanda Thornton-DeWitt Photography
    Instagram: @amandaswildlifepics

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