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SOLD OUT - Soho at Dusk: Free Street Photography Walk and Workshop, with Oz Dror

Wednesday 19th June 2013 7pm - 9pm 107 Charing Cross Road Free Event

SOLD OUT Soho is one of the most intriguing and lively districts in the capital and street photographer Oz Dror will lead a photo walk exploring the early evening life of the area, giving participants his top tips on how to capture the spirit of city living and a captivating muse for anyone passionate about urban photography. The evening will commence with a brief introduction from Oz in the Gallery at Foyles.

After the session participants will be invited to submit their photos from the evening to be included in our exhibition of Charing Cross Road photography at Foyles, running from 15th-21st June. More details about submissions can be found at the Cities at Dawn website.

Beginner/amateur level - bring your camera!

Venue: Meet at the Gallery at Foyles, Charing Cross Road

Tickets: Sorry, this event is now sold out.





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