After many requests, Daniel is now running photography workshops in London, exploring the South Bank and City, from afternoon to nightfall.
We meet for a brief introduction and orientation, discussing what we will be covering during the workshops, which are 100% practical photography. There are different techniques and compositions to employ throughout the workshops, from wider views to abstracts, long exposures to street photography. We finish 4 hours later, but this is flexible and could easily be later if the conditions are right.
Throughout the workshops Daniel is on hand to advise how best to set your camera up, discussing angles to shoot from, composition ideas, and anything else you need help with. As we shoot both in and outdoors, there is lots to take in regarding settings, using the correct ISOs, white balance and so on.
There are plenty of places that are under cover to allow us to carry on shooting should the weather not be in our favour. There is a maximum of six participants on these workshops, so everyone has plenty of 1-2-1 time with Daniel, and as usual Daniel doesn't race off at the end, so if you wish to stay on to chat or discuss any part of the day that isn't a problem at all. We sometimes even end up in the pub!
Any type of camera is suitable for these workshops, and lenses from a wideangle to short telephoto are usually sufficient, Daniel normally uses his 16-85mm and 10-20mm (on an APS-sized sensor). A small tripod would be useful, but not essential.
Please see the different workshops available below:
The cost for these workshops is £45 per person. Use the form below to book and pay, you do not need a Paypal account to book your place, you can simply pay by credit or debit card. Please read the FAQs below to ensure you know everything about the day. Once you have booked a place, full joining instructions will be emailed to you within 48 hours. If you do not appear to receive a booking confirmation within that time, please check your spam or junk email folder first, then get in touch.
Workshop B - St. Paul's to Tower Bridge - Friday 19th June 2020, 6.30pm-10.30pm - 6 Spaces Left
Workshop D - City of London - Friday 18th September 2020, 4.00pm-8.00pm - 6 Spaces Left
Workshop A - Tate Modern and Surrounding Area - Friday 16th October 2020, 3.00pm-7.00pm - 5 Spaces Left
Workshop B - St. Paul's to Tower Bridge - Friday 13th November 2020, 1.00pm-5.00pm - 5 Spaces Left
To book onto these workshops, please use the form below, selecting the date required, and entering the participant's name and contact number.
We'll spend the workshop taking a variety of photos of several locations and subjects. The description of the individual workshops above will give you a good idea of what to expect, if you'd like further information before booking, please get in touch.
The workshop start time depends on the time of year, and the subjects covered, please see the 'forthcoming workshops' section to confirm the start time for the particular workshop you are interested in. Each workshop starts with a short introduction and explanation of the session, and finishes approximately 4 hours later, and you will then have the option to stay on and have a chat and look through the photos taken, or make your way home.
A reasonable knowledge of your camera would be useful, but Daniel will help you get the right settings for each situation, with 1-2-1 tuition available for everyone throughout the workshop, as well as group instruction when appropriate.
My London Photography Workshops costs £45 per person, with a maximum of 6 participants.
The workshop runs for 4 hours, and is purely a practical photography session, with a mixture of locations. Everyone gets some 1-2-1 time, which can be used to address any aspect of the camera, photography, or anything else you wish to discuss.
No. I have had customers as young as 10 on a standard workshop (children under 16 years old must be chaperoned), and have even run workshops for children's groups, with an age range of 7-11. The other end of the age spectrum is no hindrance either!
Please use the form above to book your places, you can specify the number of participants you wish to book on once you get to the Paypal payment page. Paypal is absolutely secure, and trusted by millions of websites throughout the world. Payment in advance is required to secure your place.
Yes you can, just follow the steps for 'How do I book?' above, and simply put their name in the 'Your Name' field, and just add a note to confirm this on the Paypal payment page. If you would like a card to give them to show what you've done, you can download one from here, just print it, fold it, and fill in the details.
If the workshop is cancelled by Daniel Bridge Photography Tuition as much notice as possible will be given and all monies paid will be refunded within 7 days.
If you need to cancel your booking, please advise Daniel Bridge Photography Tuition as soon as possible. A full refund will be made if the cancellation is made at least 7 days prior to the workshop date, 50% refund if cancellation is made at least 48 hours before the workshop, no refunds for cancellations after this time.
Most of the routes taken are reasonably flat, with just steps up to London Bridge and Tower Bridge if this is included in the workshop. The Tate Modern has some stairs, but also escalators and lifts if required. Most workshops cover approximately 2 miles so a level of fitness is required to do this comfortably. Having said that, we will only be walking a few hundred yards at most between shots.
Send us your questions and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
"I'm really looking forward to the workshop in 2 weeks time and I'm already planning another one-to-one session in the Autumn/Winter." Beverley A.
"Thanks again for all your help and advice. I will recommend you to friends should they need help with photography." Jennie M.
"Daniel addressed everything I was having trouble with and much more, explained in such a way things fell into place with ease." Sean H.
"I really enjoyed Sunday, most helpful and you pitched it absolutely perfectly." Jo L.