Have you ever wanted to photograph London from a different perspective? Do you want to create beautiful night time images that will stand out from the crowd? Night Photography Workshops will provide you with the skills to develop your understanding of low light and night time photography, and you will come away with some great shots and motivation.
On a Night Photography Workshop you will learn: 1. How to get accurate exposures
2. Which camera settings to use
3. How to shoot reflections
4. Creative Composition
Wear warm clothes and sturdy footwear. Meet on the Thames footpath at the Southern end of the Millennium Bridge at the times stated above.
These workshops are aimed at intermediate level photographers. This means that you will already have some understanding of your camera controls i.e. ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. I will guide you through all the appropriate settings but it is not suitable for absolute beginners (unless booked as a personal tuition session).
A tripod is essential for these sessions and can be hired on request.
For workshops that will involve access to the Thames foreshore at low tide it is advisable to wear sturdy footwear as it can be muddy and there are big rocks and broken clay and pottery all along the foreshore.
Minimum booking is 2 people.
What you need
This is an Anytime experience, meaning the host can run the experience to fit your schedule!
You may cancel this booking up to 5 days and 0 hours in advance.
Did you know?
The first color photograph was taken in 1861 by James Maxwell, the British physicist.
Find your way there
Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom
- Steve is a London based photographer specialising in shooting commercial, corporate, editorial portraits and food on location. He offer bespoke photography tuition in London to students of all ages and experiences.