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URBAN EXPOSURE WORKSHOP

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.

$99.00 for a two day workshop coming soon. If you are interested please contact me. This will be a overnight photography workshop. Shooting in the downtown area at night. This will include lessons in slow exposure and trail lights. Tripods needed for this two day workshop.


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.

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  • lynne

    The forecast is for rain on Saturday. I think I will wait until the weather report is more favorable.

    February 6, 2013

    • William C.

      It was the perfect day to shoot.

      February 12, 2013

  • Jose V.

    This was the first workshop I've attended and i must say, it was a great learning experience, not only did i get to shadow professorial's at their best, but they didn't mind helping me out . Anthony took his time to show me every function in every location, really looking forward to next workshop.

    1 · February 11, 2013

  • William C.

    This was my second workshop and I definitely think I've improved as a street photographer compared to my last outing with Anthony (back in May of last year). Although we more or less went to the same places as before with some exceptions, it still ended up being an entirely different experience in a good way and I still came away learning more useful street photography tips. Great experiences and great photo opportunities.

    1 · February 11, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Opps forgot about chinese new year....sigh. next time for sure.

    February 7, 2013

  • Marc P.

    I think you pay not only for your learning how to use your camera if you don't know how to use yours but also the the areas the instructor mapped out. I am very comfortable with my camera and need little help with them.... Sure you can go down town with some friends and thats cool but were are you going to go once your down there? So when I pay for this workshop I'm really paying for the locations Anthony takes me as well as the safety in numbers. I have only been out once with this group but have recommend it many times to new and advanced shooters. Just my take

    February 5, 2013

  • Anthony F.

    Sorry to know that you were not happy with the workshop. The model was not my idea. Two people who attended brought the model. I incorporated the model during the workshop to help the students learn posing and portraiture. As with every workshop I help set their camera for the fast pace street photography. I also pick out several scenes or areas to shoot. I also pace the class depending on the experience level of the group. If you like to return, I can offer a discount to the workshop. Thank you for attending. Anthony Feliciano

    February 3, 2013

  • karen

    Attened this class in January, there was NO instruction unless you call some one looking at your camera and checking your settings instruction. Mr Feliciano was more interested in turning the outing into his own private modeling session witn an attendee. This was an absolute waste of money, in perusing the groups, a group from Palmdale/Lancaster was going the next week end and it was free. Make the trip on your own, you'll do just as well.

    February 3, 2013

  • lynne

    My guest is not a photographer. In fact he doesn't even own a camera. He will just be tagging along trying to keep me out of trouble. Is this a problem?

    January 23, 2013

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