London Street Photography Festival

25-27 Aug 2017


Vineet Vohra

A to Z of street photography and the art of storytelling.

AUG 25-27


Day 1:


5pm – 8pm: Introduction and lesson on the core principles of street photography, including a comprehensive approach to the A-Z of street photography.


Day 2:


9am – 12pm (shooting session): Meet at a designated place.
Shoot with the mentor and on-the-job training.
12pm – 2pm : Lunch break
2:30pm – 5:30pm Theory & critique:

• Lecture on how to approach street photography & achieve the decisive moment.
• Review of images and briefing on how to go about making a story



Day 3:


6:30am – 10am: Meet and shoot at a different venue.
10:30am – 12:30pm: Image selection with the help of the mentor.
12:30 – 1:30 Lunch break
1:30pm – 5:30pm:

• Critiquing of images and analysis
• Introduction to “gestalt vision”
• Room for improvement.



Full Price £399


Bragdon Brothers

Flash Street Photography.

AUG 28-29

London is one of the greatest cities in the world and the photographic potential there is virtually endless.


The Bragdon Brothers shall be running a two day street photography workshop during the London Street Photography Festival.


Gavin and Gareth Bragdon are two brothers who are based in Edinburgh, Scotland and have been shooting the streets there and elsewhere since 2012.  The two are mainly known for their flash work and are members of the collectives Grey Skies and Full Frontal Flash.


Both days will include class time at the beginning of the day in which we will talk about techniques including a strong emphasis on off-camera flash work, composition, and what makes a good photograph. There will also be a session to look over students’ portfolios. This is not only for feedback but also to see where the student is at, what they want and their vision. From there we will spend several hours on the street for the practical application of skills learned in the class room. At the end of both days, the class will break up and students will work on some of their photos for later discussion. The aim of the workshop is to provide good grounding in the application of street photography skills, to improve one’s own practice and to build one’s confidence, encourage a unique vision from each photographer and break beyond clichés to create images that stand out and show another angle of the urban environment.



Good functioning knowledge of your camera

Passion for street photography

Portfolio of up to 20 photos (this can be physical or on computer/phone etc)

Laptop (preferable but not absolutely essential)

Off-camera flash (preferable but not absolutely essential)


This does not include accommodation, food or transport. Non-refundable unless cancellation