I arrange and take personally one day street photography workshops , helping your to either develop your street photography skills or be part of an immersive experience with other fellow like minded photographers.

Most of my courses are based around events that take place in the UK where good photographs can be taken allowing you to come away with both a great experience, new skills and some amazing photographs.

I will share with you how to create street photographs and not just snap random pictures of strangers from the back. I will also help you develop and build your confidence and overcome your fear of shooting strangers in unfamiliar places and I’ll help you develop great projects and can stay with you on that journey offering critiques of your photographs as they happen.

I’ll show you how to look for situations and then how to develop them as they unfold in front of you using different techniques to give greater engagement with your photographs.

After care…. I love to keep in touch, see your images and hear about your personal trips so please don’t hesitate to drop me a line at mark@shootthestreet.co.uk

Who is this for?

Both amateur and professional photographers who are interested in shooting street photography and learning the skills in what to look for and how to overcome your fears of getting up close. Wedding photographers who would like to perfect and practice the art of street photography away from the big day. A maximum of five people only which allows me to spend individual time with each photographer. Photographers of all levels of experience are made welcome and can. Photographers with any brand of camera. This is not a photo walk !

What is a workshop day like?

All the Uk workshops start at 10.30 am unless mentioned and end at 4.30pm. we generally meet in a local coffee shop for a quick chat and to talk about the day and what we can hope to achieve along with a discussion around styles and what to look out for on the street We normally have a short break around lunchtime for a snack and then finish the day of at a local pub or coffee house to discuss the day. I normally set a small challenge dependent on location to give some focus and discuss layering, looking for and staying with the moment and different shooting techniques. If you’d like to know more please feel free to give me a call .