On this evening guided photo walk taking in plenty of London's ancient and modern architecture you'll visit several iconic sites, with great opportunities for architectural and urban photography. Plus we'll capture day turning into night.
This workshop will cover a range of photography skills including architectural photography, composition, and low light photography.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION:
This workshop takes place outside and is limited to 6 particpants. Including our team, there will be a maximum of 7 people. Social distancing will be maintained and we will provide hand sanitiser. We will not be able to handle any of your camera equipment, and you should not share equipment with anyone else. Anyone displaying coronavirus symptoms within 2 weeks before the course date should not attend the course and will be offered a place on another course. Anyone displaying coronavirus symptoms up to 2 weeks after attending the course should inform us by email [email protected]
The route will include - Millennium Bridge, St Paul's, the Gherkin, Lloyds Building, the Walkie Talkie Building, Tower 42, the City, Leadenhall Market and the Shard.
You'll get to practice and will be guided through the following architecture techniques:
- showing scale
- composition & shape
- using negative space
- lens choice
- creating city-scapes
- abstract photography
- low light photography
A tripod will be useful towards the end of the evening.
As much guidance as you need on the evening will be provided.
The workshop runs from 6.30pm until 8.30pm. It starts at the Monument; attendees will be sent detailed joining instructions.
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