Direct CH functionalization of various enamides and enecarbamates was realized through visible-light photoredox catalyzed reactions. Under the optimized conditions using [Ir(ppy)2(dtbbpy)PF6] as photocatalyst in combination with Na2HPO4, enamides such as N-vinylpyrrolidinone could be easily functionalized by irradiation of the reaction mixture overnight in acetonitrile with visible light. The scope of the reaction with respect to enamide and enecarbamate substrates by using diethyl 2-bromomalonate for the alkylation reaction was explored, followed by an investigation of the scope of alkylating reagents used to react with the enamides and enecarbamates. The results indicated that reaction takes place with quite broad substrate scope, however, tertiary enamides with an internal CC double bond in the E configuration could not be alkylated. Alkylation of N-vinyl tertiary enamides and enecarbamates gave monoalkylated products exclusively in the E configuration. Alkylation of N-vinyl secondary enamides gave doubly alkylated products. Double bond migration was observed in the reaction of electron-deficient bromides such as 3-bromoacetyl acetate with N-vinylpyrrolidinone. A mechanism is proposed for the reaction that is different from reported reactions of SOMOphiles with a nonfunctionalized CC double bond. Further tests on the trifluoromethylation and arylation of enamides and enecarbamates under similar conditions showed that the reactions could serve as a mild, practical, and environmentally friendly approach to various functionalized enamides and enecarbamates.