Cost: Special rate $69.00 Normal Price. $129
Location: Fremantle, WA
Date: Saturday 16th of March
Time: 10am – 1pm
Length: 3 hours
Max Participants 15 per workshop.
Suitable for Beginners and Intermediates
Topics Covered – What you’ll learn
- How to get over the fear of shooting street photography.
- How to shoot without anyone noticing.
- How to tell a story with your photographs.
- Tips and Techniques for taking candid street portraits.
- Techniques and Settings for taking the best results.
- How to take great street photographs.
- How to capture the perfect moment.
- Create memorable photos which stand the test of time.
- Black and White post processing. Awesome results, so simple to do, you can even achieve it with an iPad.
The workshop will consist of a short theory component where the principals and techniques will be explained. From there we will head out and put what we have learned into practice, shooting on the streets of Fremantle. To finish up we’ll head to a local bar for a drink, share some photos and do some editing and post processing.
More specific details will be emailed out to participants closer to the date.
What you need to bring
- A camera, preferably with the ability to manual focus and have control over the exposure.
- If your bringing a dSLR or Micro Four Thirds etc… camera, you only need to bring ONE lens. Preferably around the 35mm – 50mm range. If you have a cropped sensor please take this into account. You can always flick me an email if you have questions.
- Laptop, MacBook, or iPad, whatever it is you use to display your photos and edit them. I’ll be bringing my iPad to do a couple of quick editing demos while we are having a drink.
- Film cameras are more than welcome. In fact if you have one I would recommend bringing one along, it’s a whole new experience.
Here’s some testimonials from some recent participants.
[quote style=”1″]I had so much fun on Sunday during this workshop. Tristan is just so experienced and approachable and really took the time to connect with each of us. Mona also took great care of us. We learned some valuable things and a good solid foundation of street photography which was brilliant. I highly recommend for anyone interested in Street Photography regardless of your level (I am an annoying noob) to give this workshop a go. (Laily Eager)[/quote]
[quote style=”1″]Hey Tristan thanks for Sunday’s street photography workshop, woohoo M who would have though and i thought i was going to be an AV girl 4eva. It was an amazing couple of hours i learnt so much and loved getting out of my comfort zone, looking forward to the whole day workshop in April beware peeps now shooting from the hip!!!! (Jenni Banfield)[/quote]
[quote style=”1″]Challenging, enjoyable and at times a little confronting; but never boring. For someone who shoots predominantly in aperture priority, shifting to manual mode was the confronting and challenging part. What was particularly useful were the composition suggestions. Also got to practice shooting from the hip. Interesting to hear that not every shot has to be razor sharp; like some of the pictures in the Picturing New York exhibition. Thank you to Tristan for facilitating and to Mona for the assist. Well worth the price of admission. (Wing Chung)[/quote]
[quote style=”1″]Hi…..I loved the workshop. It was fun, practical, active and interesting. Also liked meeting all the people in the group and learning to get out there and shoot people!!!……Thanks for putting it on! (Melissa Dewar)[/quote]
[quote style=”1″]I have always had an interest in learning about Street Photography and decided to wet my appetite and do Tristan’s workshop. I found it very informative in knowing what you are allowed to do in regard to shooting in public and the right way to go about it! I am inspired to get better at it and will keep practicing any chance I get! Thanks Tristan and Mona for a great afternoon. (Jenny Utting)[/quote]
[quote style=”1″]I had a great afternoon on the Intro to Street Photography Workshop. It was well run with great advice and pleasant company. It certainly made me look at things differently and I think has set me up with more of an idea of what I want to get in Paris, Venice, Rome etc next month. I can thoroughly recommend this Workshop.(Nola Sumner)[/quote]
Here are a few photos I’ve taken to get you excited!
Want to see more photos head over to TMJdaily where I post a photo a day.
If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to send me an email.