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Yesterday, I went to Mile 21 along the London Marathon course to shoot my running crew Run Dem Crew. I brought along two cameras – my Canon 5D (with a 50mm, 1.8 lens) I recently bought second-hand and an entry level Canon 1100D (with a 18-55mm, 3.5-5.6 lens,) as I wanted the option to switch between wide angle and more telephoto shooting. But I hardly used the 1100D in the end – the lighting was tricky with alot of shadowy areas – at one point I even used fill flash – but it didn’t get me the results I wanted.
In terms of settings, I worked in Aperture Priority most of the time, but used the exposure compensation button alot, as I didn’t want the stress of working in Manual Mode. And, as is the case with outdoor photography, the light kept changing, but I wanted to keep my aperture as large as possible without overexposing the final results so I can get that really shallow Depth of Field I like to have in my pics. Finally, I converted the pics to black and white as I really wanted to communicate the story of the day, without the distraction of colour. I think it worked Check out some of my snaps below:
We had an absolute blast at our latest photography workshop for teens, which we ran during the second week of the Easter holiday. Seven teenagers aged 13-15 got to grips with techniques for improving their photos – and all enjoyed the challenge at the end, which featured prizes for three winners!
Our next holiday workshop for teens will be taking place during the May half-term. For more info, scroll to the bottom of the page to join our mailing list!
Taken on the Street Photography Workshop, August 12th. For more info about our workshops, click HERE.
Dusted off my trusty Canon 450D and spent Sunday morning strolling and shooting around the area.
(the last shot is inspired by Elliot Erwitt!)
It was a lovely Sunday morning in East London yesterday with tutor Nick Gurney and a group of students who signed up for our 4-hour Introduction to Street Photography workshop. After spending an hour exploring the idea of the artform and the photographers who’ve paved the way, the group headed along Brick Lane to put their newfound knowledge into action. Here’s what one of the attendees had to say:
“I had a great day roaming around East London, opening my eyes and mind to learn about new street photography and overcoming any fears or limitations I previously had. Nick was helpful and a great tutor, definitely would recommend this course to anyone!” Roz, Notting Hill
Our next street photography workshop around Brick Lane takes place on September 9th. Click HERE for more info and to secure your place.