Posing Workshop + LR Crash Course

London Wedding Photography Workshop

 

Nonsuch ParkWhat a great way to kick off this wedding season with an amazing workshop and super lovely bunch of people who want to improve their photography skills. As much as I absolutely love taking photos I do love sharing my experience and to help others to become better at this photography thing. When I started doing photography I learnt everything online and this proces was super long. These days you can find all the knowledge you are looking for on YouTube but there is no better way to speed up the process of learning than by working with an experienced photographer. After shooting over 200 weddings and done 100+ engagement sessions I found my own way to photograph people that works.

If you want to learn how to get better at not only posing but also how to make people really comfortable in front of your camera this posing workshop is for you. I believe everyone can look good in photos and I can teach anyone how to do it! Weather you are just starting out or are an experienced photographer who needs to look at working with people form a new perspective you have to attend this workshop. Last remaining seats available for June and July . Check my facebook page for more photos from other workshops.

Here are some of my favourite snaps from the day. Massive thank you to cool cats aka The Springles for coming down to model for us. You legends!

Next workshop dates:

 19th September ( 6 spaces left )

Put the volume up and hit play!

Here is a selection of photos from everyone who attended the workshop,  well done everyone!

 

Photo by Damian Walicki
Photo by Damian Walicki
Photo by Damian Walicki
Photo by Damian Walicki
Photo by Damian Walicki
Photo by Ania Oska Photography
Photo by Ania Oska Photography
Photo by Ania Oska Photography
Photo by James Davidson Photography
Photo by James Davidson Photography
Photo by James Davidson Photography
Photo by James Davidson Photography
Photo by James Davidson Photography
Photo by James Davidson Photography