Street Photography Experience Day

Spend a relaxed day in the company of Jeff & Sarah while shooting the streets, promenades, and beaches of the UK. This is a fantastic opportunity to see how they approach their subjects, what they look for in a street image, and the techniques they employ when shooting. It’s also a great way to help build your street photography portfolio too!!


Dates & Locations 2018

Whitley Bay, Tyne & Weir - 30th, 31st May & 1st June

Edinburgh, Scotland - 19th & 20th June

York - 9th & 13th July

Oxford - 19th July

Bournemouth, Hampshire - 31st July, 1st & 2nd August

Blackpool, Lancashire - 14th, 15th & 16th August **SOLD OUT**

London - 6th & 7th September


Each day starts at 10.00 and finishes at 17.00 with a break for lunch. Experience of street photography isn’t essential, but being able to understand your camera is!! We recommend you bring your favourite camera with you. Both of us have shot street with different camera systems over the years including DSLR, rangefinder, and phone.

Each date is limited to TWO people and the cost of each day is just £250 per person. To hold the date a £50 retainer (non-refundable) is required. Paypal accepted.

For more details and to reserve your place, please get in touch. 

"I was fortunate enough to do this street photography workshop in Blackpool and all I can say is, WOW, what a wonderful experience. Jeff and Sarah were extremely hospitable, as well as very open and honest about their approach to photography. I have come away with a new insight into street photography and feel extremely motivated to go out and implement some of the new ideas I've taken away from my excellent day with them. If you ever get the chance to attend one of their workshops, I would very highly recommend it and you'll almost certainly see me there too, as I will most definitely be signing up again. Lastly, I had a four and a half hour trip each way from Bath to attend the Blackpool workshop, but I would do it again in a heartbeat as it was an outstanding 10/10 experience."

Dean McClachlan

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