- What I learn?
- The workshop at a glance
- The workshop
- Take pictures like these
- Participants pictures
- Is this workshop for me?
1 – What will I learn?
With Andy Beel FRPS
Another chance to roam the streets of central Bristol with Andy Beel. This is a very popular street photography workshop that is usually oversubscribed every year.
2 – The Street Photography Workshop in Bristol at a glance
The workshop begins in The Portland Room details to be advised in Joining Instructions at 10.00 hours and ends at approximately 16.30 on location.
Included in the cost
- Guidance to first class locations
- Suggestions for composition, exposure, lens choices
- Tutorials by Andy Beel
- On-going email support
Excluded from the cost
- Lunch and refreshments.
Joining Instructions will be emailed to you approximately two weeks before the event. Included will be the exact time and location for us to meet up.
What to Bring with you
- Camera and a range of lenses
- Spare camera batteries and memory
- Note book and pen
- Walking boots
Frequently Asked Questions
Please go to our frequently asked questions page for more information.
Why not book a 121 Tuition session to give you the full benefit of your time and money invested in the Street Photography workshop?
3 – The Workshop
The Street Photography Workshop in Bristol is in 4 Parts
- Andy will present a street photography tutorial
- Photo Shoot
- Photo shoot
What will I learn with Andy?
1 – 10.00 Meet
Introductions and Tutorials
Preferred equipment and camera settings Q&A session Andy Beel’s Tutorial – the ABC of CameraWork, unravelling instantly made viewfinder decisions.
2 – 11.00 Street photography on location
In the area around Stokes Croft moving to the area around the city centre and docks after lunch.
3 – 13.00 Lunch as a group and review of pictures taken
4 – 14.00 Street photography on location
End around 4.30pm
4 – You will have the opportunity to take pictures like these
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
Elliott Erwitt, Street Photographer
5 – Participants Pictures
Pictures by Tim Woolf and Peter Crane
6 – Is this workshop for me?
If you are looking for a safe environment to progress your street photography here is the perfect opportunity. Andy will encourage you to see and take pictures outside of your normal box.
Come and join us in the exploration of graffiti, people, shopfronts, and much more.
Making your best, even better
Andy Beel FRPS