Watch Zack Smith Photography Studio Reopening Checklist Video

As we begin the reopening phases of business in this COVID19 virus landscape, Zack Smith Photography Studio at 4514 Magazine Street is dedicated to providing a safe, creative, and socially conscious shooting environment for all clients.



Creative brand driven photography is really what it’s all about. For over 20 years Zack Smith Photography has been the trusted source for creating original photography for national and local brands, lifestyle photography, and just about anything involving a passion for people and products.

Professional Headshots

Zack Smith Photography provides professional headshots for individuals and groups at his studio at 4514 Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans.

Commercial Photography

Zack Smith Photography Studio collaborates with local and national brands and agencies to create dynamic story driven commercial and advertising photography.

New Orleans Photography Workshops

New Orleans photography classes and day workshops on topics ranging from Learn Digital Photography, Learn Lightroom and Photoshop, and Night Photography. Zack Smith is New Orleans’ most passionate educator of the fundamentals of learning photography through the mastery of light, story, and composition for the last 18 years.

Upcoming Workshops
There are no upcoming events at this time.

About Zack

Zack Smith is a lifestyle branding and commercial photographer that has been involved in the social, musical and cultural landscapes of Louisiana for the past 20 years. As both a musician, artist, and storyteller, Smith believes that the world gets smaller as we celebrate our similarities and connect through our traditions and stories. As a producer Zack Smith has helped create powerful photography branding campaigns for local and national companies.

“I see myself as a visual storyteller perpetually learning how to listen with honesty and photograph with intent. I see no difference in how I relate the vision of my commercial clients and my fine art portraits to their audience. We all have a story to tell and I find my creative muse in being the photographic bridge that brings idea to reality.”