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Hi photographers,

Welcome to The Photography Meetups, Photographic Guided Tours & Workshops Group.  Look forward to some fascinating & very enjoyable guided photography walks in London & The South East. We explore exciting & often off the beaten track photographic locations - unexpected vistas, " special " locations - full of opportunities to take extraordinary photographs.

We are a really friendly venue for meeting fellow photographers from novice to pro, for  making new friends & really improving skills & knowledge.  The focus is on  having a great time - whilst learning more & improving our photography,  learning about this amazing City !

We host a variety of  photographers tours & tuition events with a different theme and/or location each time, both at day & night.

Whats the difference between normal guided walks & our photographers guided walk ?Oceans apart in perspective & pace. Photographers are often regarded as a nuisance in a group on a normal guided walk, which is mainly historical in context - photographers tend to be seen as a delay - we end up missing & rushing shots to keep up or getting lost as the group moves on briskly. Our walks are specifically designed for photographers, from observational point of view - a photographer's perspective & also pace & length of walk is about an hour longer - around 3 hours.

We combine  the historical & cultural backgrounds of the locations at a pace which gives ample  time to compose shots, recompose & change settings, we take you to amazing locations with great vistas, give  tips regarding observations, compositions, informative help for novices .. & feedback on uploaded images afterwards.

Along with great photographic locations, you'll have the opportunities to  learn more  about London's  amazing history, iconic architecture & the international characters that fill the City's past, creating it's wealth & making it such as unique & dynamic melting pot.

The photography meetup usually starts at a designated location and almost always finishes up at the local pub over a drink or a restaurant for a discussion about the days event and photography.

I also run specific Jargon free tuition workshops - in great locations, wild life parks & off the beaten track London Specials..  people who are new to photography find these friendly & are very fast to learn in a relaxed & practical way that means you will be up & running from the word go. These tuition workshops are enjoyable & you go away confident & empowered to carry on. Please see the great feedback on reviews of the group

.With a forever developing  choice of fascinating photo walks from Karl Marx  to Jack The Ripper to Big Cats ... it's here.

Please join in the fun.

Best wishes,

Jude

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    "a little underexposed Jason needs to be brighter - & would suggest you crop off a chunk of the right side as it doesn't add to your image which is a story of the monkey head - the monkey head will be positioned in the left third with more emphasis"

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    "fab exposure - a little cropping on the left side will balance the composition better 5% vertically off - leads the eye"

 
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