$200.00 – $1,595.00
Cityscapes, Street Photography, Landscapes, Blue Hour Photography
Four-Day Workshop $1,595
Workshop Dates: May 5-8, 2022
England is opening up! Fully vaccinated travelers are welcome in England without the need to test or quarantine upon arrival, effective February 11, 2022. Non-vaccinated travelers are also welcome, but will be subject to additional testing requirements. We can’t wait to get back to London and we are happy to announce this newly added London 2022 workshop.
With its many iconic and historical sites, like Covent Garden, Big Ben, Westminster and Buckingham Palace, London will be a street photography lover’s paradise. The River Thames will also offer many landscape and cityscape opportunities with reflections of the city and the many classical and contemporary bridges like Tower Bridge, Westminster Bridge and Millennium Bridge. We will make our way through central London and photograph the sites on Oxford Street, Richmond Park and the Leadenhall and Borough Markets. This workshop will be 4 fantastic days of photography and I am really looking forward to returning to London with you!
We will have a Meet and Greet on May 4 at 7 PM in the lobby of the *Recommended Hotel where we will discuss student goals and objectives, and Bryan will provide an overview and rough agenda for the workshop.
The workshop will start early every morning, have a mid-day break and resume in the afternoon. Expect to be out shooting every evening until about a half hour after sunset. The workshop will end about a half hour after sunset on May 8.
CitizenM London Bankside Hotel
20 Lavington St
London SE1 ONZ
+44 20 3519 1680
*You can stay at the hotel or lodging of your choice, but the *Recommended Hotel is where we will gather for the Meet and Greet and where we will gather before and after photo shoots during the workshop.
To sign up for this workshop, click on the link above to make a deposit to secure your place in the workshop. To get additional information or ask to be on the waitlist, send an email to Lisa Phillips at [email protected]