This workshop is tailored specifically for Photographers who want to discover how to capture the stories of urban street photography by using specific camera settings, tips and tricks, and unique techniques without the complicated jargon. We’ll take our journey from the classroom into the beating heart of London, at locations such as Old Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane, capturing stool holders, street musicians, world-famous street art and a hidden urban art garden.
Increase your confidence: Don't feel afraid to ask people to pose for pictures and increase your overall confidence by having a camera in your hand whilst out in public.
Remember the techniques: You will no longer have to rack your brain to remember all the new techniques with easy to follow instructions and directions.
Take pictures like never before: You'll discover several new ways that will enable you to capture angles and photos like never before.
The Workshop is divided into three parts:
First Part Meeting at Old Spitalfields Market, you will discover the basic camera settings needed for street photography over a coffee. You will also be shown various unique techniques that will help you capture some fantastic images of London's oldest market.
Second Part: The second phase takes us to Brick lane, where you will discover an Aladdin's cave of street art and a stunning urban art garden – this is like nothing you've seen before. You will have the opportunity to photograph all walks of life and various art pieces.
Third Part: The final part assesses everyone's images from the day, followed by a Q&A session. You will have the opportunity to extend the workshop into the night, where you will learn how to capture long exposures of the city.
Workshop timing: 10:30 – 3:30
|Camera settings||Camera modes|
|Lens choice||Shooting from the hip|
|Composition||How to see a picture|
|Taking pictures undetected||Boosting your confidence|