Your street photography doesn’t turn out how you hoped.
You lack confidence when taking pictures in the street.
Tweaking the camera settings is getting in the way of shooting.
“It’s not that you have to go out and have 200 master shots every time you take 200 photos, you just have to have one good photo in between, and that’s the chance you take when you walk around on the street – that something works, something doesn’t work, and you have to find a balance of taking not too few, not too many. When you’re done with this Masterclass, you should feel confident you can do street photography, anywhere on any street.”
I’ll teach you the settings, the know-how and the inspiration for capturing the best of street photography, no matter where you are.
Walk with me through The Big Apple, one of my favorite cities to photograph, and I’ll teach you exactly how I work when shooting in the street.
Train your eye to see what the camera sees. My course gives you a whole new perspective on street photography.Get Started
My aim for this course – that you feel confident with street photography.
Recommended settings and filters to prevent your daylight photos from being overexposed.
Tips on how to focus when shooting street photography.
Training your eye to see how the camera sees, pre-focusing to capture a moving subject.
Whether a big city or small, how to capture what you find interesting.
A basic guideline for the number of photos to expect to shoot, and what you can capture in a day.
Gain a perspective on interesting indoor photographs.
Finding inspiration in a New York hat store.
Tour the streets of Brooklyn with me, finding interesting shots along the way.
Using a reflector, external light meter and white balance card for correct exposure.
Come with me for a photoshoot atop the Brooklyn Bridge.
“I have a new concept of what makes a photograph ‘interesting’. Can’t wait to get out and take more pictures!”
“I’m a lot more confident to take and show my photos now. You should be proud that you have obviously brought knowledge and confidence to so many people.”
“The lessons were fantastic – they cleared up confusions I didn’t even know I had.”
“I feel that I’ve grown a lot as a photographer, not only through what you taught us, but also by just observing how you move and interact with subjects on the street. And your ‘All you need is love’ approach to photography is the best advice I’ve ever received as a photographer.”