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About Street Photography in East London


There are two dates for this walk – the 15th March and the 12th April. To book tickets for either, please click on the ‘BOOK TICKETS’ button.

David Gibson is one of the founding members of iN-PUBLiC, the international collective of street photographers. For nearly twenty-five years, David’s territory has been London and in particular the East End. His work was featured in the popular book Street Photography Now.

The day will begin with a slide-show presentation of street photographers who have recorded this ever-changing part of London, from celebrated to lesser-known photographers, including David himself. David will then lead a three hour photo-walk around East London, revisiting the locations of some of the images discussed. David will offer his personal insight into the aesthetics and meaning of street photography, while providing a quirky history of a very diverse area of London from the 1930’s to the present day.

David will impart his knowledge of street photography and general photographic technique whilst walking with you, providing plenty of opportunities for you to take photos along the way.

The photo-walk is for intimate groups of no more than 12 people.

Please note: This is a photo-walk and appreciation of street photography—not a workshop as such. There will be plenty of opportunities for feedback from the teacher as you go, and from the group when you break for lunch, but we will not conclude with a show and tell. Participants will have the option to upload their photos to share with the group afterwards.

Please use the booking link at the top of the page in order to reserve your place on this photo walk. If you have any problems or questions, or wish to book more than two tickets at a time, please send an email to hello@fotoura.comand a member of the Fotoura team will assist you…..MORE HERE

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