Photography Workshop • HK
Find your direction
Photography is your diary, your voice to the world. The way we engage with this world constantly creates our perception where thoughts and emotions are built, evolved and eventually settled to form our artistic vision.
It’s the fuel that pushes us forward to quench our thirst to photography. Keep feeding it! Work on it! Improve! But firstly, decide your direction.
Ask yourself a couple of questions, what kind of photographer you are? and what kind of photographer do you want to be?
About the workshop
The workshop comprises four hours of theory and practice. It starts with a discussion about the principles of photography and defining your photographic identity as well as a detailed overview of the basic aesthetics in photography like the composition, framing and lighting. The second part is a photo-walk in which putting the theoretical part into practice!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this workshop suitable for beginners?
When it comes to art I prefer not to classify photographers to professionals, amateurs, experienced, … etc). If you are keen to learn and improve this workshop can be a good knowledge channel to you.
What kind of gear shall I bring?
A camera with manual settings is suggested. Bring the lightest combination possible. One camera and one lens is enough.
What should I wear?
We do a lot of walking during the workshop so comfortable shoes and clothes are recommended.
What is the maximum number of students allowed per workshop?
Due to the global pandemic and the recent regulations in Hong Kong for safety measures, each group cannot exceed four students.
Do you offer discounts for this workshop?
Yes, A group of three or more can have 15% off as well as full-time students can have up to 20% discount.
Do you offer long-term courses?
Four, eight and twelve weeks programs are available. Please contact me for details.
Testimonials from recent workshops
Thomas is a passionate and knowledgeable mentor. I’d recommended this workshop to beginners and intermediate photographers who want to get better in photography.
Thomas provided good technical info and background, and a clear task to work on. He is very familiar with the city and was quite open, friendly and helpful. Thanks Tom!
Thomas is very informative. His educational background tells it all. He gives you all what you need, when taking photos. If you are photography major, I’d recommend. There are some strict realities, but don’t get discouraged. Just keep in mind about all what he showed you. It’s worth it.
From past workshops