Date(s) - 13/09/2023 - 17/09/2023
Paris photography workshop
Four day photography workshop, two per day to indulge yourself in the beauty of the city with it’s people. Eight different locations and walking routes to learn and experiment with your style of photography on People, Architecture, Urban Landscape and Visual Storytelling.
Join the workshop together with other photographers with passion and motivation. Paris has everything you want: great locations, architecture, people for lessons to improve your photography skills. We provide information about the history, about art and up to date knowledge about what is going on in this beautiful city.
Sept. 13-17, 2023
dates: Sept. 13-17, 2023
Goal: to put your vision and signature in images that will catch the viewers and really tell something about the city. And about you: what you see and how you see it.
This is not a touristic workshop, is is about learning and deepening your photography
travel the day before to Paris
3 days two workshops photography: 10.00-13.00 and 15.00-18.00.
day 1 + 5 one workshop, maybe evening workshop depending on length afternoon
Street photography, Storytelling, Architectural photography and Urban landscape, Color versus B&W
visiting: Montmartre, Marais, Seine, Parcs (Luxembourg, Citroën), LA Defense, Le Louvre, Bib. Nationale etc
the fee is excluded:
– travel costs to/from and inside Paris (metro)
– drinks, eating, visits, museums
number of people:
3 – 5
your guide / teacher/ photographer:
Paul Struijk Leica photographer, teacher. Already 20 years of experience with Paris.
English and Dutch spoken
> sign up with form on the right or at the bottom of this page
or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
we can help you with
* finding room
* travel plan
* we will send you email with link etc
* cancellation always cost you money. Depending on reason and time of cancellation you will receive more or less back.
> Lonneke wrote: “Paul is just awesome, I learned all I wanted and we had so much fun.”
People from Ukraine fled their country because of the war and stayed in the metro of Paris