I will give you the best tips on how to capture a narrative through your photography when you travel. We will start at a coffee shop where I will share with you some of my sources of inspiration and give you a short lecture on the elements that create a story in photography. They are tips that you will be able to apply to all your travels from now on. I will encourage you to start photographing the experience from the start, taking a documentary approach, capturing the moment at the coffee shop before heading for a walk. We will then go out to the streets to photograph the city, I will teach you to look at London in a different way and to pay attention to the little details around us that, when put together, create the memories of our trip providing feedback as we progress through the experience. At the end of the day, you will be able to create beautiful image collections that will narrate stories to share in your social media, blogs, or to create beautiful travel albums to show to friends and family. You will no longer take the traditional tourist portraits with a landmark in the background but will learn to think out of the box and document your trip in the most original way. I'm flexible with the dates, so if you don't see the day you are free on my scheduled experiences, feel free to message me, in case I have the day free and I can arrange an experience for you.
I am a published professional travel photographer (CN Traveler and SUITCASE magazine) and I have years of experience in a variety of fields, including documentary and lifestyle photography. My approach to photography is spontaneous and natural, and I prefer to capture simple and truthful moments. I was born and raised in a town in the province of Málaga, Spain and I've had a passion for the arts from an early age. In my twenties, while at university studying Civil Engineering, I discovered my interest in photography and moved to London 10 years ago to pursue a career as a photographer.
Lunch From a set menu
Hot drink or soft drink Provided at meet up point
We will meet in a coffee shop and have a little chat to get to know each other over a cup of tea or coffee. We will visit two to three famous landmarks and have lunch at a trendy café. To end the day, we'll visit one of the free museums in London.
Bring water to keep hydrated and wear comfy shoes, as we'll be walking a lot. We may use the underground if the weather is bad, so bring an umbrella and an Oyster card or day travel card for zone 1.