Workshops

 

Improve your street photography fast - guaranteed

My methods are specific to significantly increasing your chances of getting the shots, based on studies of the techniques of world class photographers. It has taken me many years to understand these techniques, not because they are difficult, but because I was distracted by gear, the technical aspects and consumer photography magazines that take you in the wrong direction. 

 

I have also attended a number of such workshops over the years, some really bad, some quite good, but all failed to improve my 'hit rate' to any great degree. I now understand why, and I guarantee you will be 100% satisfied and leave excited by new insights and methods, or you can ask for your money back.

 

These workshops are not for you if you are looking for a technical guidance on how to use your camera shutter speed and aperture. These are workshops for individuals or small groups so that I can tailor to level.... I am more than happy to explain the technical aspects, but only a limited understanding is needed to get great shots. Did you know that many of the best photographers in the world shoot on auto or semi auto?

 

Topics covered will vary, but include an understanding of how to significantly improve your 'hit rate', some analysis of great photographs, practice shooting time, and constructive analysis of the results.

Locations

I tend to run the workshops in either London or South East coastal towns like Margate or Brighton, but can be flexible to accommodate.

Costs

For a half day workshop the cost is £200, for a full day £350. It is the same cost if you share with friends. This is a tiny investment compared to buying a new lens or camera, and you will gain far more from it. As mentioned above, if you do not come away having learned some significant insights into how to get better shots then you can ask for your money back. to book, simply fill in the form at the bottom of the page and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

HALF DAY

1.

How to increase your chances of a great shot

2.

The photographic process and how to use it

3.

Using your camera as a tool

4.

How to see

5.

Shooting time to apply the ideas

6.

Image critique

FULL DAY

1.

All the half day techniques plus...

2.

What makes an image great

3.

Editing - that doesn't mean photoshop

4.

Being invisible

5.

Shooting time to apply the ideas

6.

Image critique

Reserve your place now - one to one, or book with friends
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