WELCOME TO ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY

For nearly thirty years, we've offered world-class photography education to enthusiasts and aspiring professionals. We are a supportive community that encourages you to take risks and try something new. We're not about competition here. We're about pushing one another to grow, collaborate and succeed.

LEARNING AT RMSP IS DIFFERENT

HERE'S WHY
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At RMSP, we've always taken a people-first approach to education. The intensive, supportive, non-competitive nature of our programs and workshops means our students develop the confidence and skills to become accomplished photographers and professionals.

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Our love for photography and education is the bedrock our program was built upon. Everyone in the RMSP community is a photographer, including our entire office staff. Our mission is to offer the best photography education in the industry. Together, we help students pursue their dreams and fall in love with light.

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Our classes are practical and hands-on; there's no dabbling in abstract theory or irrelevant course work. Unlike trying to teach yourself from books or online videos, our talented instructors will teach you, meet you where you are, and help you achieve your personal, creative vision.

Our programs are divided into two categories: for the enthusiast and for the aspiring pro. To learn more about which photography course might best fit your goals, give us a call!

1-800-394-7677

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