You will learn what equipment is the best to use and how to setup your camera so you can work fast enough to capture the unfolding scenes in front of you.
How to overcome your fear of photographing strangers on the street The best settings for your camera for working quickly Looking at the world around you How to be invisible when shooting Reading your subjects What you can and cannot photograph on the streets (The legal stuff) Composition for street photography Communication with the public Exposure for street photography How to use manual focusing
Your day will begin with a short talk and discussion then we will hit the streets of London to make some amazing images. We will be visiting places like Leake Street Tunnel, Covent Garden, Brick Lane and Camden Town, all amazing places to capture the streets of London.
The first day will start at Trafalgar Square and we will work our way around London from there.
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The course can be attended by anyone with a DSLR, Compact camera (with Manual, Aperture Priority or Shutter Priority controls) or a Mirrorless camera, we also recommend 28 or 35mm (full-frame) or around 18 or 24mm (crop sensors) but please do ask if you have any queries about your setup. You will not need a tripod or flash for this workshop. Also worth bringing along an umbrella just in case (it is London after all).2 days unlimited travel per person within London Zones 1 & 2 (excludes cabs)
All students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.