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CANCELLED Soho Photo Walk and Workshop

Saturday 25th May 2013 12 Noon - 3:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Chargeable Event

In this photo walk and workshop noted photographer Anthony Epes shares some of the secrets of the art form. Focusing on creative composition - the easiest way to improve your photography instantly - the session is tailored towards both beginners in photography, who want to discover the first steps towards improving their work, as well as amateurs looking to advance their skills.

The day will start with a talk by Anthony at Foyles explaining the rules of composition and the art of "seeing", covering basic and advanced compositional skills to aid you in creating interesting photographs. You will then take to Charing Cross Road and the streets of Soho to practise what you've learnt.

After the session participants will be invited to submit their photos from the day to be included in an upcoming exhibition of Charing Cross Road photography at Foyles in June, as part of the WeLovePhoto! pop-up photo festival. More details about submissions can be found at http://www.londonatdawn.com/welovephoto

Beginner/amateur level - bring your camera!

Venue: Meet at the Gallery at Foyles, Charing Cross Road
Time: 12 noon
Tickets: SORRY - THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

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