Photographer Anthony Epes leads these weekend workshops beginning at 4.15am and capturing the beauty of the early morning city. Amateur photographers begin by shooting dawn from one of London's bridges, before wandering through the streets to capture the changing light in the city and Borough Market and Columbia Road market as they're set up, all the while learning pro-photography skills and tips. The cost of £245 is for the whole weekend, and details of meeting points will be given on booking.
London at Dawn Photo Workshops
|Venue name:||Tower of London||Contact:|
|Transport:||Tube: Tower Hill; DLR: Tower Gateway|
|Price:||£245 (2 days)|
|Event phone:||07980 659389|
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Anthony Epes is a talented photographer who also happens to be very good teacher. I very strongly recommend taking part in his London at Dawn workshop. At the end of each of the two sessions (over Saturday and Sunday) I thought - what a great day! Anthony gives you tips on the use of equipment but also feedback on your composition and your way of seeing things. He was great dealing with different levels of abilities in the group. I came away with early morning images of London that I like a lot, but most importantly, Anthony's enthusiasm for photography encouraged me continue developing my interest in taking pictures. In July I'm attending another one of Anthony's workshops (use of Lightroom 5). I highly recomend the London at Dawn workshop.
I heartily recommend Anthony's workshops. He is an excellent photographer, and enthuses so much about the subject. He really helped me get the best out of my photography and I really enjoyed the London at Dawn workshop I did with him. It was great to get some really nice early morning shots of London with Anthony's help. If you want great photos of London (or Paris and Venice), I can't recommend his workshops enough.
Anthony is an absolutely charming man with the patience of a saint. Guiding us gently through the predawn and early morning streets of central London, he was ever available for guidance on technical matters and practical tips. Who would have thought a pair of fingerless gloves could be such an essential accoutrement to the well equipped photographer? I came away the London at Dawn sessions with a series of photos which really encouraged me to continue this hobby with increased vigour and enthusiasm. Thanks, Anthony.