Free Street Photography Workshops


Street photography is often captured in a split second moment and it regularly captures the daily life and people on the street. It is probably debatable if street photography can be taught, but you can certainly give yourself better prospects to capture the scenes and moments you want to depict.

Street Walks are a series of Street Photography Workshops that aim to improve and challenge your street photography in a fun and group session.

Workshop –

12 Midday Start – Introduction, discussion and initial meeting with the group to explore Street Photography and preparation for the street walks. Ideas or themes may be discussed or chosen, along with different styles and approaches.

1pm Street Walks – The group splits up and starts to explore the location and environment around the vicinity of the space. Your workshop facilitator will also be on hand to offer advice, suggestions and guidance.

2pm – 3pm  Group Critique – The group will then meet up at the gallery and we will discuss the mornings photographs and answer any questions, followed by individual feedback on photographs taken throughout the workshop.

The overall aim of the workshops will focus on improving your street photography and include –  Equipment – Composition – Still Life – Posed Portraits – Candid Portraits – Shooting in Public Spaces.

12 – 3pm on 30th Nov  / 7th Dec  / 14th Dec

Price: Free sessions

Venue: 31 Stafford Street, Hanley – Contact for details and booking.



Published by Centre Space Arts

Centre Space Arts, we are an independent artist lead organization based in Stoke on Trent. We work with a variety of artists from the Midlands and beyond to create exhibitions and workshops around Staffordshire; helping those who are vulnerable communities to express themselves and learn to create and simply have fun.

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