The 36exp Photographers’ School began in early 2011 with the aim of enabling photographers of all levels to achieve their goals.
Our courses have been featured in Professional Photographer, The Sunday Times, Photography Blog, SLR Lounge, Londonist and Amateur Photographer Magazine.
36exp is run by a group of professional, knowledgeable and enthusiastic photographers who provide photography training in London. We create and deliver photography courses and workshops for photographers so that they can improve their skills.
The photographers who run our courses and workshops have been carefully selected because they have vast amounts of knowledge and experience to share, they are good communicators and are committed to developing other photographers.
Other photographers work for us from time to time and assist at busy times.
What you can expect
When you take part in one of our courses or workshops you will be taught by one of our professional photographers who is an expert in the field that you are working in. The sessions are generally hands on and practical, you will learn by trying things out for yourself. You will receive feedback on your progress and should finish the workshop feeling that you are a better photographer.
We use a variety of venues and locations, and choose them depending on what is appropriate for the course. Prior to the start of the course you will be sent full joining instructions and you will be told about anything you need to bring with you or prepare.
36exp is run by photographers for photographers. The photographers who deliver the education are committed to furthering photographic skills and experience, and the people who enjoy our education are similarly committed to improving their abilities.
Photography Training in London
The education we provide covers a wide spectrum of subjects, interests and skill levels. There should be something for everyone. The courses and photography workshops happen in a variety of venues and locations which we hand pick because they are highly specified in terms of equipment, and they provide great opportunities for photography.
The focus of our courses and workshops is always to improve a photographer’s skills. We have a bias towards the photography techniques and practices which are relevant and popular today.