Advance your photographic skills & vision with one-on-one sessions with Scot Miller

Scot is now offering one-on-one workshop/mentoring sessions on a limited basis. Sessions will be goal oriented, tailored to your interests and experience level, and designed for you to get the most out of the time spent with Scot. Field technique, developing and refining your technical skills and creative vision, fine art printing, editing your images, portfolio review, discussing aspects of the photography business… these are all options, and more. Time can be spent out in the field, in the studio, or both. If you don’t have a printer or want to make larger prints, this is also an option at Scot’s studio (additional charges apply for prints).

Once an inquiry is made, but before a session is booked, Scot will ask that you send an email with an explanation of what you hope to accomplish and what areas you’d like to focus on during your individual session(s). If it seems like a good fit between your needs and Scot’s skills, then you’ll work together to develop a session tailored to your needs.

Session fees:

$700 for six hours

$500 for four hours

$300 for two hours


Deposit, Cancellation, Refund
A 50% deposit is required at time of booking and the balance is due seven days in advance of the session. If for any reason you need to cancel your one-on-one session, please notify Scot in writing (email preferred) at least seven days in advance. There is a $100 cancellation fee. If you cancel within a week of your scheduled session, you will forfeit the 50% deposit. No refunds will be offered for no-shows. In the event that Scot needs to postpone or cancel for any reason, at any time before or during the session, you will be refunded the fees paid (on a pro-rated basis if during the session).


Scot uses Apple Mac computers exclusively, but the softwares photographers use the most – Photoshop and Lightroom – are interchangeable between Macs and PCs so this aspect of the session is not Mac dependent or specific. For fine art printing, Scot uses an Epson 9880 with Epson Premium Luster paper.