THIS DATE IS FOR THE ONE DAY WORKSHOP. THE TWO DAY WILL BE ANNOUNCE AT A LATER DATE.
Sign up to experience street photography at its best. This is The Urban Exposure Workshop. Teaching fellow photographers, how to capture compelling street photos. Learn how to capture street images that tell a story about people and their every day lives.
The costs is: $69.00 for an all day photography workshop. The two day workshop is $99.00. RSVP your spot now. This event will cover one full day plus another half day in downtown Los Angeles, that will cover sunsets, night photography, long exposures, trail lights tips. The date for the two day workshop will be announced soon. Tripods will be needed for the this two day workshop. You can stay overnight at a hotel, or meet us again in the morning of the second day.
You get hands on instruction from the moment you start the workshop. You are with a smaller size group so that the instructor can help you individually. Lunch and Metrolink not included. We do stop for lunch, and there is an excellent lunch special for $4.95 available. The Metrolink is a $10.00 round trip. Otherwise you can meet us at the LA Union station, at the Amtrak ticket window area. We meet at the Rancho Cucamonga Metrolink station at 8:15 am, and return back to the Rancho Cucamonga station at 7 pm.
Camera equipment: Any point and shoot, or DSLR. An all around lens would be best, like[masked], or any other zoom. No external flash or tripods required. Wear comfy shoes, bring water, and backpack. Bring extra media cards and batteries, so you don't miss out on the action.
Learn your rights as a street photographer. What best equipment to use. The art of quick and accurate composition. Learn from a seasoned professional photographer in the field.
Whether you are a beginner or a experience photographer, join us on our trips to down town Los Angeles, Ca. We have on going workshops geared to give tips and confidence with your camera. Join other like minded photographer who always dreamed of capturing the excitement of our modern urban life.
If you are still not convince, please peruse the photos taken by our past street photographers.