Brighton photography courses and workshops

Develop Your Creative Potential with Dr Eva Kalpadaki

Photography tuition for everybody


Online and In-Person


Learn photography in a supportive, friendly and non-judgemental environment


Read more about the ethos of Bright On Photography

Our Courses

Choose from a range of group courses and workshops or book a private 1-1 session tailored to your personal needs.


For photography students, we offer university all-levels study support in dissertation writing and creative practice development.


For the time being, due to Covid-19, most of our courses will be running online or outdoors taking all appropriate social distancing measures.



Brighton On Photography students taking photographs on the Brighton seafront.
Portrait photograph of the tutor Dr Eva Kalpadaki

Your Tutor

Your tutor Dr Eva Kalpadaki is a PGCE qualified teacher and has 11 years of teaching experience.


Eva is living and working in Brighton and is looking forward to welcoming you to her classes.

Our Happy Students

SUPPORTIVE & ENCOURAGING

I have worked with Eva since my first year in university and she has helped me both in essay writing and practical projects. She helped me structure my thoughts and ideas as I struggle to get things from my head into writing. I get overwhelmed with work so Eva helped me to work through it and also to write in a manner which was more suitable for university level. I would recommend Eva to any university student as she will improve your work but more importantly help you to be more confident with it.Katie Hollett, 3rd Year Student

BA Photography University of Brighton



COMMITED &

INFORMATIVE

“Eva really understands how to teach and is very committed as a tutor. Can’t thank you enough for such an excellent and informative day. By the way, Eva’s handouts are exceptionally good.” Jane


INSPIRATIONAL

“Eva was very inspirational, energising, bringing lots of ideas from her substantial and in-depth knowledge. She enabled all participants to help each other through interesting and focused discussions to refine their projects into a successful final exhibition.” Barry

KNOWLEDGEABLE &

CHALLENGING

I have known Eva for nearly 10 years and have been a part of her teaching programme throughout. I have found Eva to be a challenging tutor - she really makes me think and stretches my capabilities. She doesn't give you the answers, she makes you get there yourself and this also instills a confidence within yourself.

Eva also possesses an almighty knowledge of her subject matter. She diligently provides you with reference material relevant to the subject matter and provides well planned out and thought provoking lessons. A joy to work with.Jo Teasdale

Picture of three fingers pointing to a photograph of an enlarged impression of an index finger in black ink..
Two past male students in the opening of their show at Phoenix Arts Brighton.
Five students posing for a group photo in their show BLINK at Phoenix Arts Brighton.
Private View photo of visitors in our students exhibition Abstraction/Reality/Process at the former Community Arts Centre in Brighton.

Our Student Projects

We are proud of our students' work which we often showcase to the public.


We are working with them towards developing and preparing a project for an exhibition and we have taken part in a number of Brighton Photo Fringe festivals.


We are organising educational trips to London galleries and Show&Tell events.


Check our projects and view our exhibitions.

Our Student Gallery

Our students are from all walks of life and of all ages. They all come to us to learn to take better photographs and express themselves through different photographic genres.


We help them develop their creative potential.


©Masoumeh Dashti

©Wayne Grundy

                                    ©Jo Teasdale

Street portraits of two young black ladies, one of them facing the lens and one young black facing the lens. Photo by Pauline Ebbutt.

                                         ©Pauline Ebbutt

View of a man and a woman standing on the former west pier poles with the man taking photo of the woman. Photo by Alan Smallman.

                                       ©Alan Smallman

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