Learn the visual language of Street Photography to capture unique moments and make raw statements about the time in which you live. Gain an understanding of the great masters of Street Photography; William Klein, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Vivian Maier. As time passes the images we capture today resonate with the past and create an archive of how people looked way back then…this is the powerful language of Street Photography. Learn essential Street Photography skills with Fine Art Photographer, Lou Smith who like Bresson and Klein has a fine art background in painting.
Working from short assignments created exclusively by Lou Smith to empower your personal vision as a street photographer. By the end of the course you will be confident in photographing people in public places and able to capture powerful street photography.
Street Photography Course Content
- develop confidence in photographing people on the street
- understand the decisive moment
- integrate people within the environment
- shoot from the hip
- use monochromes to create powerful, dynamic imagery
- use colour to add impact
- lens choices
- how to get in close for the essential street shot
- photography law and legal rights
- on-going review
- evaluation of work completed
The course takes place in a busy area of Central London which buzzes with activity and opportunity for different types of street photography.
Street Photography Workshop is suitable for all skill levels, though you will get more from this course if you already understand aperture, shutter speed and ISO. The course is suitable for all types of digital cameras from compact to DSLR.
The Street Photography Workshop is delivered as one to one tuition or is private to your personal group of friends or colleagues.
price per person for one attending, £275
price per person for two attending, £185
price per person for three+ attending £150
Please use the calendar to select the date you prefer and add the number of places you require to the booking form which follows
Meet in Central London near Charing Cross Station, London, WC2N 5HS