Hands-on, confidence-building photography tuition
Our workshops are about you. They are designed to help you learn, improve and progress with your photography. There are a range of options from one hour to two days in duration.
As meeting face-to-face starts to open up again we’ll be running a series of workshops, starting with 90-minute photo walks around King’s Cross, London, and a ‘how to’ phototalk at the Samsung KX hub during the TPOTY exhibition in Coal Drops Yard.
London Photowalks in June
90 minutes exploring and photographing the canals and streets of King’s Cross, London. This part of London has a fascinating history and is now a vibrant hub with picturesque locks and canal boats set amongst the red brick architecture of its industrial heritage.
These walks will be led by Travel Photographer of the Year founder Chris Coe and strictly limited to 6 to 10 participants. If you are interested in getting a new camera or lens, or simply want to try one, you can do so free of charge – Fujifilm will be providing the new X-S10 for those who don’t have a camera or would like to try out an ideal camera for travelling and travel photography. Ask for details when you book.
Date & times
Friday 4th June – 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm – ALL NOW FULLY BOOKED
‘How to’ Phototalk
During the London exhibition you’ll also have the opportunity to attend a short but info-packed ‘how to’ phototalk in the Samsung KX hub at Coal Drops Yard (above the exhibition). This talk will be socially distanced, last for one hour (including questions and discussion) and numbers are strictly limited to 18 maximum.
Thursday 3rd June – 6.30pm – Giving your photos the WOW factor
Are you disappointed with your photographs, but don’t know how to make them better? Don’t despair! Travel Photographer of the Year founder Chris Coe shares some of the tricks of the trade, showing you how to stop taking ‘point and shoot’ snaps and start shooting well-composed images with the WOW factor.