The Arboretum’s spectacular floral displays from season to season make it a destination for photographers. Local and National award winning photographers specializing in all types of photography help you take your skills to the next level. From beginner to advanced photographers, we have just the right class for you.
How to Register
The quickest way to reserve your space in class is to select the "add to cart" option on each program below. If you prefer to pay by check or cash, you may fill out and submit your registration request online. Please print a copy of the registration and mail to the address on the form. If space is available, we will confirm your reservation upon receipt of payment. Adult Education Registration form for Check payment.
Give the Gift of Learning
Want to share the excitement of Arboretum classes with a friend? Give them a certificate for a specific class or for an amount good towards a class of their choice. These are great for holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, or just because. Call 214.515.6539 to purchase one today.
Cancellations, subject to a $10 processing fee, can be made up to five (5) business days prior to the class. Refunds cannot be issued for missed classes or cancellations made less than five business days prior to class and must be sent in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dallas Arboretum is a non-profit organization that is supported, in part, by funds from the Dallas Park & Recreation Department.
6-8pm , Sold Out October 15, 6-8pm, Sold Out
$30 ($27 for Members)
The first rule of photography is: Always have your camera with you. The dawn of mobile technology has made this easy for us to do every time we leave the house. Join Larry Lourcey, owner of Lourcey Photography, as he shares tips and tricks that will help you take better photos with your iPhone, iPad or android. He will share tips on composition, finding compelling subjects, apps that offer advanced shooting and editing capabilities and how to get more social with your photography. Come find out how to get the most out of the camera that you use most often.