Early Morning at Billingsgate Market
Frui as we embark on a documentary photography project, photographing
the bustling market scenes at Billingsgate, London's premier fish
great documentary projects start with access to an interesting subject.
Early morning trade markets provide a great opportunity for a photo
project. They're scenes full of action and visual interest unseen by
by the market at 5:30am. Over a coffee, we'll go through some of the
photography techniques we can use to capture the hustle and bustle and
tell the story of the markets. These will vary from session to session
and will include technical aspects such as shutter speed and focussing
modes, as well as artistic concepts. As with all Frui workshops, there
will be a handout featuring some great photographs to inspire you.
tutor will set you a series of challenges. These exercises encourage
you to practice these techniques, and to get you looking at your subject
matter in a different way.
down for breakfast and review the images. Your tutor will use their
laptop to select some of your best pictures and review them with the
rest of the group. This is a great way to learn and get new ideas!
- Finish at 9am, and go home with some fantastic market shots to call your own!
- All photography tuition and specially designed handout
- Permission to shoot in the exciting central London Billingsgate Markets
- Your camera equipment
- Food and drink
16 July 2019 – £60 Introduction to Flash Photography
20 July 2019 – £60 Early morning at Billingsgate Market
20 July 2019 – £80 Simon's Street Studio
4 August 2019 – £60 Mystery Photography Day Out
14 September 2019 – £150 Seascapes and yachting photography
16 Jul 2019 Book Now
*Introduction to Flash Photography
20 Jul 2019 Book Now
*Early morning at Billingsgate Market
20 Jul 2019 Book Now
*Simon's Street Studio
4 Aug 2019 Book Now
*Mystery Photography Day Out
14 Sep 2019 Book Now
*Seascapes and yachting photography
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