During this 1:1 workshop you will learn fundamental photographic principles and hone your skills, whilst overcoming any particular aspects of photography that you may be struggling with. You will gain an understanding of compositional techniques and explore your own photographic voice.
A very basic level of photography is required, but this workshop will be adapted for all levels from beginner to professional looking to explore something new or hone existing skills.
This workshop is run in Margate at a time to suit you. When you click the button to book your place, you will be presented with a calendar from which you can book a date and time that suits you.
This workshop can also be run in Canterbury or London, and if this would suit you better, please email in advance of booking to make this request.
Ideally bring any equipment that you reguarly use or would like to learn how to use. This may be digital or film, although digital is recommended for the workshop so that we can immediately review your images and look at how you might be able to improve them.
A lens with a focal length from around 28mm up to around 90mm is ideal for the workshop.
If you do not have appropriate equipment, both digital and film cameras are available to loan for the session.
The workshop is run in Margate, although with prior arrangement it can also be run in Canterbury or London (please email in advance of booking if you require the course somewhere other than Margate).
This workshop is designed as a 1:1 session, however, it is possible to run a street photography workshop for up to a maximum of 6 participants with prior arrangement.
If you would like to enquire about group bookings, please email for pricing and booking information.
Payment is taken online at time of booking, and all major debit and credit cards are accepted as well as Google and Apple Pay.
Click the button below to find available dates that suit you, and to book onto this workshop.
If you would like to book this workshop for a group, please email using the button below to arrange.
The workshop can run with up to a maximum of 6 participants.