travelling the Streets
A street is a place full of life, activity, and drama.
This workshop is for aspiring street and travel photographers wanting to improve their skills while taking images in public places and wanting to develop their own unique photography style.
Whether it’s your hometown, or you travel overseas, the streets are full of life, activity, and drama.
Suitable for all skill levels it will inspire beginners and challenge experienced photographers.
Join internationally renowned and award-winning photographer Shehab Uddin for a transformational photographic exploration of Brisbane’s Street life. Whether you are an aspiring street photographer or want to improve your travel photography for your next trip, this workshop will build your confidence and hone your skills as a roaming photographer in public places.
The goal of this workshop is to maximize both your learning and shooting skills and experiences, and will help you to build your unique and powerful portfolio.
We will challenge your comfort zone and teach you how to react quickly to what is happening around you and how to engage with people as your subject matter.
The introductory session of this workshop will discuss traditional and contemporary street and travel photography techniques, aesthetics, law, and philosophies.
We will talk about ideas, lenses, focus, and other tips & tricks of street photography that will improve your images.
You will learn how to select locations, subject matter, and equipment; how to approach people on the street with confidence; how to use available light; and finally, how to react quickly to what is happening around you.
The practical part of the workshop will see us roaming the streets of the city or Southbank, putting your newly learnt theory into practice.
The concluding part of the workshop will cover vital editing skills needed to follow up your camera work. You will learn simple techniques to improve the look of your photographs and different approaches to selecting and sequencing images for your portfolio.
The workshop runs from 9 am to 3pm
The limited number of participants, (maximum of 8 people) ensures the tutors’ adequate individual attention to every person.
Bookings close one week prior to the workshop date; we will contact you then to confirm running of the workshop.
Full refund will be given if the workshop is cancelled due to lack of registrations, Covid-19 restrictions or other unforeseen circumstance caused by the Centre.