London’s South Bank is the cultural heart of the capital and is full of vibe. Skate boarders, graffiti, stalls, festivals, entertainers, musicians, river views, and iconic architecture are part of its vibrant city landscape.
Photography Course Content;
Creative Shutter Speeds
This is another course in our series of Photographing London, improving your photography skills.
Photographing London – The South Bank is open to all skill levels.
We keep our group size small so that there is time for each course participant to receive one to one tuition, during the photography course.
Suitable for DSLRs, bridge cameras, compact system cameras and compacts.
We also run this course as a private workshop for 1 to 1 tuition where you can select your preferred workshop date.
“I had an amazing time on the South Bank Photography Course. I learned loads about my camera and finally stopped using Auto. Lou was brilliant and showed me how to use shutter speed and aperture to change the way my photographs look. The group was small and everyone was friendly. The review was brilliant and it was exciting to see and talk about the photos taken. Excellent day and looking to do more in the future.”
“On a wet wintry day a group of 6 of us embarked on our workshop to photograph London's South Bank. Lou was very knowledgeable (knew both Nikon and Canon cameras), encouraging and got the most out of the group. The weather wasn't great and consequently it was a bit quiet but Lou managed to find us enough subject matter. Lou treated us all as individuals spending time with each of us and talking us through the cameras we had. Thoroughly enjoyed the course and would recommend it.”
“Informative and practical photography course which taught me more about my camera than reading endless 'how to do it' photography books. It was a great experience to take photographs and know how to set my camera to change how my photos looked. I learned a lot in a short space of time. Lou, the tutor, was excellent and helped everyone in the course to understand their cameras and how to take better photos. I recommend this course to anyone who wants to learn how to take better photos.”
“After a beginners class in Germany I wanted to do that class, as it is suitable for beginners, too. We were only 4 people that day and it was great, that Lou could take care of all our needs and strength or weaknesses.... For sure we will see each other again at an other class.”