Learn one-on-one in depth knowledge about your camera, equipment, or software from our experienced photographic professionals in a quiet and private learning environment.
• Camera & video techniques
• How to photograph in specific situations
• How to use the latest editing software
• Check out our video and FAQs below to learn more!
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use my Next Step Seminar tickets towards this service?
The class tickets may not be applied towards this service and are only valid with the National Camera Exchange Next Step Seminars.
Will I be using my equipment?
Yes. It’s recommended that you bring your equipment. These classes are designed for a hands-on learning experience with your camera, enabling you to gain the most knowledge through not only instruction but participation, too!
What are the rates for One-On-One sessions?
Sessions are $100 per hour and are billed hourly. If you plan on booking multiple or longer sessions, you pay for the first 4 hours and receive the 5th free of charge.
What if I need more training?
If you decide you need more training after your initial session, you may schedule a follow up session with your current instructor or you may register on this page.
Can I choose the topics?
Absolutely! That is the whole point of One-On-One Next Step Training! We want to create an experience that enables individuals to learn about their specific area of interest in photography!
Can I get in-the-field training?
At the current time, we do not offer this option. To receive updates on current classes, which change monthly, please sign up for our email updates at natcam.com.
Who is my instructor?
Your professional and experienced instructor will be selected based on the needs of your One-On-One Next Step Training session. We will choose the instructor who meets the requirements needed to instruct the topic of your choice.
Where is my personal training held?
We host the One-On-One Next Step Trainings at our Edina, Golden Valley, Burnsville and Roseville locations.
Can I get help with software?
Yes. For training on software, it’s required that you bring a laptop with the software installed.
|M||99%+||Mint, flawless, perfect|
|NM||91-98%||Near perfect, almost no wear|
|EX||81-90%||Excellent, faint wear|
|VG||71-80%||Very good, light wear|
|AVG||61-70%||Average, normal wear|
|FAIR||51-60%||Fair, heavy wear|
|POOR||<50%||Poor, imperfect, serious wear|
|AS-IS||---||Broken, or seriously flawed|