East London Street Art Photography Class For One (£29) or Two (£56) at British Photography School (Up to 69% Off)
- Digital photography school
- Range of courses for all levels
- London and Manchester bases
- All tutors have worked as professional photographers
- Three-hour course
- 9am to midday or 1pm to 4pm
- Shoreditch and Brick Lane area
- Covers shutter speed, exposure, depth and length of shots
Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by email: firstname.lastname@example.org stating name, course date and Groupon codes. 48-hour cancellation policy. Must be aged 16 or older with a valid ID. Arrive at Shoreditch High Street station 10 minutes before start time. Must bring own digital camera with fully charged batteries and an empty memory card. Must be able to walk comfortably for approximately three hours. Wear appropriate clothing for outdoors. Inform staff on arrival of any relevant medical conditions. Max. 18 people per class. For course dates and availability please visit http://www.britishphotographyschool.com/course-dates-ldn. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 14 June 2012 at 5.23pm.
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Despite its strong social messages and deeply rooted ideals, street art still feels like people walk all over it. Get the city in focus with today's Groupon from British Photography School. Choose from the following options:• £29 for an East London street art photography class for one (68% off)
• £56 for an East London street art photography class for two (69% off)
A dedicated photography school fashioning rookie snappers in to fully-fledged shutter artistes, British Photography School sheds light on digital wizardry from Manchester and London bases. The team of professional photographers teach absolute beginners the basic buttons, and introduce experienced clickers to the flashy tricks of the trade. Practical workshops includes night city tours and still life snappery, while modern portraiture is brought in to focus with preparation for social media uploading or effective use of the temperamental camera phone.
In photographic teams of up to 18, guests can gather at Shoreditch High Street Station to begin a three-hour safari of the street art of East London. Documenting public masterpieces, students can explore the technicalities of exposure, shutter speeds, distance shots, and focal length. Snapping up the imagery of urban life and capturing the essence of the Brick Lane and Shoreditch areas, pupils can click away in black and white and embrace the colours, with a tutor on hand to guide lenses and offer artistic support.