- Basic practical tips for landscape and urbanscape photography
Looking at inspiring photographs:
- Deadpan landscape photography
- Abstract landscape
- Memory, Myths and the landscape
Landscape Photography Walk
Brighton Outdoor Workshop
This workshop aims at supporting you to practise the most fundamental principles of Landscape Photography along a photo walk route.
You will briefly be introduced to simple rules and techniques in how to achieve eye-catching compositions of landscape and urbanscape scenes. Taking inspiration from famous landscape photographers you will be guided both in theory and practice to express your creativity and make the best use of your camera. Open to all with or without knowledge of Photography but with an enthusiasm and imagination to create and learn from it.
At the end of the workshop you will be able to:
- demonstrate a critical understanding of the basic principles and aspects of Landscape Photography.
- demonstrate a practical engagement with landscape photography by taking your own photographs
- critically reflect on the making of your own images and discuss the process behind them in terms of how you used the principles of landscape photography in your pictures.
General Workshop Outline
Theory session – explaining with visuals the basic principles and aspects of Landscape Photography
Tea & Biscuits Break (biscuits are provided, bring your own drink)
11:50 - 13:00
Play Time - - theory into practice - Part I
13:00 – 13:30
Play Time - theory into practice- Part II
You will be taking photographs walking along the dedicated landscape route. You can work on specific themes I will be giving you or you can choose to shoot freely. I will be guiding you along the way and when needed and giving you individual attention and practical tips on how to achieve your desired results.
15:15 – 16:20
Feedback Time with Tea & Biscuits
Looking at each other’s photographs, commenting on them in a non-judgemental environment, suggesting new ideas, and reflecting on the making process.
Summing up on the workshop themes, leaving your workshop feedback, and suggesting ideas for further workshops based on your needs.
After the end of the workshop, I will be sending you e-handouts by email
A DSLR camera is ideally the best type of camera you can have if you want to really explore and experiment with photography. However, all camera devices are welcome, including smartphones or tablets and you will still benefit from the workshop.
Refund & Cancellation Policy
- if you cancel within 15 days before the start of the course.
- if the course is cancelled but a new date is scheduled