Combine your passion for exploring historic London with learning about the techniques of architectural photography on this tutored tour around the city. London is a city steeped in history, sometimes obvious, sometimes overlooked but often hidden. With 2,000 years of rebuilding and renewal it's a place constantly in flux. The ever changing streets: the layering of history, the remnants of its past, have inspired photographic documentation since the invention of photography in the late nineteenth century.
Tap into this rich tradition by learning about the skills with which to capture a sense of place to create your own personal historic archive of the London. The tour will take you beyond familiar guidebook trails, with an emphasis on the back streets and alleys that offer a wealth of historic buildings that tell the true story of the city.
At the end of this absorbing two hour session you will have explored areas from a fresh perspective. You will learn about the DNA of a city you may think you know well already, and you will come away with the confidence to use your camera to be a creative historian.
Course requirements: You will need a digital camera. You may also like to bring a notebook and something to write with.
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Westland Place Studios
Westland Place Studios, one of the oldest established art and design studios in Hoxton, London. All of our tutors have professional experience within the creative industries, many have taught at leading art and design institutions including the Royal College of Art.
Our clients include: The BBC, Publicis, NBCUniversal, Giorgio Armani & Sony.
• Learn from creative industry professionals
• Small class sizes – a maximum of 6 students
• Adobe certified expert tutors
• A unique and truly creative learning environment
• Fully equipped digital training studio
• Conveniently located near Old Street tube station