The Travelling the Streets workshop is specifically designed for aspiring street and travel photographers who want to improve their skills while taking images in public places and developing their own unique photography style. Led by an internationally award-winning and experienced street photographer, Shehab Uddin, the workshop is limited to only six people to ensure that each participant receives individual attention and personalized feedback from the tutor.
During the three-hour workshop, you’ll learn how to compose shots, use different camera settings, and develop your own style. You’ll also learn about the ethical considerations of street photography, such as when it’s appropriate to take photos and when it’s not.
With the Brisbane city as our backdrop, you’ll have the chance to practice your skills in real-world situations. We’ll explore different areas of the city and work with different lighting and weather conditions to help you develop your eye for details and composition. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced student, our workshop is a valuable investment in your photography skills.
At the end of the workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to receive feedback on your work and ask any questions you may have. You’ll also leave with a deeper understanding of street photography and the confidence to capture the world around you in a whole new way.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to explore the exciting world of street photography. Sign up for the Travelling the Streets workshop and take your first steps toward becoming a skilled street photographer. Remember, spaces are limited to just six people, so secure your spot now to receive individual attention from our experienced tutor. By keeping the group size small, we ensure that each participant gets ample opportunities to interact with the tutor and learn the skills they need to improve their photography.
Don’t wait, register now and start your journey toward becoming a confident and skilled street photographer.