London Photography Course

St Pauls Night London

This full day London cityscape photography training course is ideal for photographers who prefer a more urban environment to learn and perfect new photography techniques.

The south bank of the Thames is one of my favourite parts of London as it offers a wide variety of subjects upon which a photography student can hone their camera skills. Whether you are an avid digital photographer or prefer to stick with film camera, this photography training course has something to offer all photography students from beginners to more advanced levels of experience.

This photography training workshop usually starts from St. Paul’s cathedral. From here we cross the Millennium bridge (great views of St. Paul’s) to the south bank of the Thames.
The rest of the day is spent honing your photography skills on many great subjects such as the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, H.M.S. Belfast and Tower Bridge.

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There are often many street entertainers along the south bank. They make great subjects for street photography and that “human interest” image.

Although the walking involved during this photography tuition workshop is of a fairly gentle nature, a reasonable level of fitness is required.

The number of students on my London cityscape photography course is limited to no more than five t a time which means I can get around to everyone and personally tailor their learning experience.


This cityscape photography course covers:

How to get the most from your camera (using camera command dials and menus)
Creative use of aperture (how to control depth of field)
Creative use of shutter speed
Developing your photographer’s eye (composition)
Controlling exposure and its creative use
Understanding ISO numbers
Photographic filters
White balance and its creative use.