Urban Landscape Workshops
Documenting humans’ relationship with the built environment
Urban Landscape Photography Workshop
A unique blend of street, cityscape and architectural photography
What you will learn
After the workshop
During the week following the workshop you’ll receive a detailed follow-up note, including reading references and lots of other useful resources. You’ll also be invited to join our online Alumni network for critique, discussion and opportunities to meet up with like-minded street photographers for shooting days.
Critique is an important part of the learning process and you will be invited to submit your images for critique, either privately or via the Alumni forum.
Your Course Leader: Brian Lloyd Duckett
Brian is a well-known London photographer and professional street photographer. Prior to setting up a successful commercial and editorial photography business, Brian has worked as a press and agency photographer on the streets on London and many other UK cities. Brian teaches as a Visiting Lecturer on photography degree courses and is a member of the BPPA (British Press Photographers’ Association), the AOP (Association of Photographers) and the IFJ (International Federation of Journalists).
Brian has a very relaxed yet informative teaching style and offers lots of individual, hands-on coaching. His latest book ‘Mastering Street Photography’, is published by Ammonite Press and is a comprehensive street photography manual. The book is the perfect accompaniment to the workshop and you will be offered the opportunity to purchase a signed copy when you check-out. If you don’t book a workshop place, you can still buy a copy HERE.
What level is this workshop?
This is an intermediate level workshop, ideal for people who are familiar with their camera and have a grasp of the basic exposure settings. You may be new to the genre of urban landscape photography or you may be an experienced shooter who wants to refine and improve your technique.
What kit do you need?
Any camera will be fine, whether it’s a compact, bridge, mirrorless, CSC or DSLR. We also warmly welcome people who prefer to shoot on film.
Prime lenses are ideal (though zooms will be fine) – ideally covering the focal range 28 to 85mm (full-frame equivalent). Wider / longer lenses may be useful but are not essential for this workshop. You won’t need a flash or tripod.
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