London Urban Workshop


Sunday 24th May 2020.

Join Jeremy for a day of street and architectural photography. This is not the in your face confrontational photography favoured by many. This is very much an observational approach to urban shooting. Watching people in their environment and how they interact with their surroundings.

Learning about how to relate to your subject and when ( and often when not ) to shoot and how to look for alternative images that you might normally miss are key to this workshop. A small group of no more than four clients allows for personal attention from Jeremy while we walk the streets of Shoreditch during the morning before heading on to the city to look at the mix of old and new architecture, finally finishing our journey at or near St Pauls Cathedral.


No previous experience of 'street' photography is necessary and a minimum of kit is required ( the less the better.) A camera and one prime lens is the ideal, usually a 35mm but a 28 or 50 will be fine. If you do not have a prime lens a mid range zoom such as a 24-70 or equivalent will be fine. No tripod or filters are needed as this is about being light weight and shooting on the go.

The workshop starts at 10:30 in Shoreditch and will finish at approximately 17:30 with a well earned drink and a Q&A session. The distance covered during the workshop will be about five miles but there will be opportunities for stopping and having a coffee along the way.



£155.00 per person.


Sunday 24 May 2020.

Group Size

Maximum of 4 people.


10.30am until 17.30.


Central London.


Photographic tuition.


Meals, insurance, transport.

Please bring

Camera equipment, memory cards, batteries. Walking boots, warm waterproof clothing.


There will be short walks to some of the locations. If you have breathing difficulties or are not of average fitness this workshop may not be suited to you.

For further details, a booking form or a friendly chat please contact Jeremy on 01935 872537 or e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.