Edinburgh Street Photography Workshop with Matt Hart and Ami Strachan

There are only 8 places available on this workshop.
The cost is £120 per person but early bird tickets are £99
This workshop will encourage debate about Street Photography and help the participants to be more critical about their work.
The workshop is suitable for professional and amateur photographers of all levels. We ask you to familiarise yourself with using your camera and learn how to change settings quickly before attending the day, this will enable you to enjoy the experience fully.
The day will start at 10.30am and conclude at 16.30pm with a break for lunch and plenty of comfort breaks throughout the day, most of the day will be out on the streets. There is a lot of walking during the day and the event may take place in inclement weather so come prepared.
You will spend the day with Fujifilm X Photographer Matt Hartand the Edinburgh Street Photographer Ami Strachan exploring the streets picking up tricks and tips on Matt's and Ami’s styles of Street Photography.
Matt’s Street photography workshops and courses are fun, informative and relaxed. They are both challenging and highly enjoyable and designed to stretch your imagination.
Ami's Street photography workshops are also relaxed and very entertaining.
Together Ami and Matt have contrasting styles of Street Photography but they work very well together, so you get the best of both worlds.
Matt uses the Fuji X100F and XPro2 with a 23mm or 16mm Prime lens.
Ami uses the X100T
You can bring any DSLR or mirrorless camera on this course; fixed lens compacts are also welcome. If you are wondering what lenses to bring 50mm is ideal for full frame and 35mm film uses. APSC size sensors 35mm is ideal or lenses around the normal focal length.
The day normally starts at 10.30am with a coffee introductions and a discussion about the day. Matt will be giving a two hour talk on Street Photography in the morning and will touch on the ethics and law and how to deal with challenges in this area.
Next he will discuss camera set up for the day and the best set up for street photography with a practical demonstration of street camera technique.
Matt will cover what Street Photography is, and show you some of his favourite Street Photographers images. He will also show you the best way to approach his style of Street photography.
We normally spend around two hours covering these subjects then around 12.30am we head straight out on to the streets where you can watch the way Ami and Matt work and try out some of the tips and tricks that they share with you.
We break for lunch around 1.30pm where we can find a quiet place for a snack to discuss the mornings work and share our experiences.
We then go back out on the streets to practice your new street techniques and try and find your street rhythm and look for some interesting characters or great light!
We stay out shooting until about 4pm, we then find a quiet place to sit as a group to discuss the day and this will include lessons learnt. Matt will share his processing techniques and preferred software. Matt and Ami will give you their views on Critique and show you how to review your own work.
You will be able to post your work and talk to Matt and Ami after the event through his Social Media pages or by e mail, this includes a social media link to upload and share your best work.
Full details of the day will be sent by e mail one week prior to the event.

Terms and conditions.
We are unable to give a full refund in the event of non-attendance without notice, regardless of the circumstances. We will try to find you another place on a similar course or you can nominate a friend to take your place.
In the event of sufficient notice being given (two months) we will refund 75% of your payment, the remainder will cover the administration costs of refilling the place.
We also reserve the right to cancel any of the workshops if there is insufficient demand. We will confirm the workshop is running two months before the actual date so please don’t leave it too late in booking your place.
Tickets are not transferable without first contacting us.
Tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain.
No food, beverages, accommodation or transport is provided unless stated.
Please note Travel and Equipment Insurance is not included, please provide your own if required, as Fujiholics cannot accept any liability for loss damage or injury to you, your vehicle or equipment.
We do not tolerate racial, sexual, religious or abusive behaviour whether it be verbal or physical from any clients, either towards our staff or other attendees, should you take part in any behaviour which is deemed unsuitable you will be removed from the workshop without a refund. In extreme cases, legal action will be taken.
Please make us aware of any medical issue that may affect your ability to take part.
Fujiholics does not guarantee the weather, temperature or photographic perfection on any workshops - they are all subject to occasional adverse weather. We aim to teach techniques and skills that can be take away and practiced.
Each participant takes part in the workshop at their own risk, we will give a safety briefing at the start of each session but it is up to the participant to decide whether they are confident enough or physically able to take part in each session. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.


Fujiholics London Photowalk

Fujiholics London Photowalk.
After quite a lot of discussion we have decided in the interest of keeping the Fujiholics walks going we will have to make a small charge. The charge for our walks is now £10.00 per walk, for your £10 you will receive a 16Gig Memory card worth a lot more than £10.00 or an equivalent Photography related item. The main reason for this is to stop 300-400 people signing up to the walks but then not coming as this causes us a financial strain. We did a survey of all the walk participants from 2017 and 90% said they were happy to pay £10.
We will not make any profit from the £10.00 as it will go in fees and buying memory cards or equivalent items to be given out on the day.
Please be aware that the Event Location is subject to change due to the fact this is a paid walk.
Anyone under the age of 16 can come with you on the day and does not need to pay, but will not receive a Memory card of equivalent.
Please keep your email confirmation as you will need the barcode to scan in with on the day of the walk, if you don’t have a smart phone then feel free to print out your ticket.
Full information on the meeting place and maps and instructions will be sent out one week before the event.
The walk will start at around 10.30 hours and finish at approx. 16.30 hours in a Pub in the city.
Looking forward to this one already.
All our photowalks will take place in any weather and they always go ahead no matter what the numbers.

Terms and conditions.
This is a non-refundable event.
Tickets are not transferable without first contacting us.
Tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain.
No food, beverages, accommodation or transport is provided unless stated.
Please note Travel and Equipment Insurance is not included, please provide your own if required, as Fujiholics cannot accept any liability for loss damage or injury to you, your vehicle or equipment.
We do not tolerate racial, sexual, religious or abusive behaviour whether it be verbal or physical from any clients, either towards our staff or other attendees, should you take part in any behaviour which is deemed unsuitable you will be removed from the workshop without a refund. In extreme cases, legal action will be taken.
Please make us aware of any medical issue that may affect your ability to take part.
Fujiholics does not guarantee the weather, temperature or photographic perfection on any workshops - they are all subject to occasional adverse weather. We aim to teach techniques and skills that can be take away and practiced.
Each participant takes part in the workshop / walk at their own risk, we will give a safety briefing at the start of each session but it is up to the participant to decide whether they are confident enough or physically able to take part in each session. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.


Fujifilm X Camera Workshop with Andrew Newson

Fujifilm X Camera Workshop with Andrew Newson
Pret A Manger
110 Paternoster Square
London
EC4M 7DY
10.30am-4.00pm
The workshop is £89.99
There are only 8 places available on this workshop.
The workshop aims to give participants a good introduction to the main features of their Fujifilm X camera. We will move away from using fully automatic modes and learn how to take better and more consistent photos.
This workshop is a fun and social way of learning. It's not important to have any prior knowledge of your camera.
Users of all Fuji X cameras, such as:
Fujifilm X100 / X100s / X100t / X100f
Fujifilm X-T1 / X-T2
Fujifilm X-Pro 1 / X-Pro 2
Fujifilm X-E1 / X-E2 / X-E2s
Fujifilm X-T10 / X-T20 / X-M1 / X-70
The day will start at 10.30 am and conclude at 16.00 pm.
The objectives are for you to take control of your camera by utilising Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual exposure modes so you can start to achieve consistently better photographs.
The day will start with coffee and introductions at Pret A Manger (Paternoster Square). Everyone will meet and get to know each other before Andrew gives a talk on how to use your camera. He will explain how best to control your camera, give advice on software and share some Fujifilm specific tips and tricks for getting the most out of your camera.
Everyone will be given notes to follow and these are yours to keep and refer back to. There will also be plenty of chance to ask questions too.
We will aim to leave Pret A Manager at no later than 12.00pm and embark on a photowalk of around 3 miles. This is your chance to put into practice what you have just learned and with Andrew on hand at all times to help, should you have any issues. He will also set up a few test photo scenarios, so everyone can practice getting their settings right.
As part of the course you will be set a little creative assignment, to photograph Andrew’s list of 10 things in a creative and unique way. There’s no pressure but it’s fun way to get creative, take some nice photos and get used to your camera.
The photowalk part of the course will finish at around 1.30pm where you will head to a pub and download your photographs and share with the group. Andrew will offer some feedback, both positive encouragement and constructive advice.
It would be useful if you could bring an iPad/tablet or laptop to download your images. It’s much easier and quicker if you can download your own images and choose your best photos to share with the group instead of having to wait to use just one device. If you don’t have a tablet or laptop you will be able to use Andrew’s.
The course will finish no later than 4.00pm.
You will be able to share your photos through Social Media after the event.
The photowalk is likely to be around 3 miles and the event may take place in inclement weather so come prepared.
Some of the things covered in the workshop…
ISO
APERTURE
SHUTTER SPEEDS
SHOOTING MODES: Programme, Aperture Priority & Shutter Priority
EXPOSURE COMPENSATION

WHAT WILL YOU NEED?
A Fujifilm X camera
Lens or Lenses
A Fully charged battery and ideally at least 1 spare
An empty memory card
An iPad, Tablet or Laptop (not essential, but useful)
A pen and pad to make some notes
Some money for lunch/drinks
Further details will be sent out one week before the event.

Terms and conditions.
We are unable to give a full refund in the event of non-attendance without notice, regardless of the circumstances. We will try to find you another place on a similar course or you can nominate a friend to take your place.
In the event of sufficient notice being given (two months) we will refund 75% of your payment, the remainder will cover the administration costs of refilling the place.
We also reserve the right to cancel any of the workshops if there is insufficient demand. We will confirm the workshop is running two months before the actual date so please don’t leave it too late in booking your place.
Tickets are not transferable without first contacting us.
Tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain.
No food, beverages, accommodation or transport is provided unless stated.
Please note Travel and Equipment Insurance is not included, please provide your own if required, as Fujiholics cannot accept any liability for loss damage or injury to you, your vehicle or equipment.
We do not tolerate racial, sexual, religious or abusive behaviour whether it be verbal or physical from any clients, either towards our staff or other attendees, should you take part in any behaviour which is deemed unsuitable you will be removed from the workshop without a refund. In extreme cases, legal action will be taken.
Please make us aware of any medical issue that may affect your ability to take part.
Fujiholics does not guarantee the weather, temperature or photographic perfection on any workshops - they are all subject to occasional adverse weather. We aim to teach techniques and skills that can be take away and practiced.
Each participant takes part in the workshop at their own risk, we will give a safety briefing at the start of each session but it is up to the participant to decide whether they are confident enough or physically able to take part in each session. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.


Edinburgh Street Photography with Matt Hart and Ami Strachan

There are only 8 places available on this workshop.
The cost is £120 per person but early bird tickets are £99
This workshop will encourage debate about Street Photography and help the participants to be more critical about their work.
The workshop is suitable for professional and amateur photographers of all levels. We ask you to familiarise yourself with using your camera and learn how to change settings quickly before attending the day, this will enable you to enjoy the experience fully.
The day will start at 10.30am and conclude at 16.30pm with a break for lunch and plenty of comfort breaks throughout the day, most of the day will be out on the streets. There is a lot of walking during the day and the event may take place in inclement weather so come prepared.
You will spend the day with Fujifilm X Photographer Matt Hart and the Edinburgh Street Photographer Ami Strachan exploring the streets picking up tricks and tips on Matt's and Ami’s styles of Street Photography.
Matt’s Street photography workshops and courses are fun, informative and relaxed. They are both challenging and highly enjoyable and designed to stretch your imagination.
Ami's Street photography workshops are also relaxed and very entertaining.
Together Ami and Matt have contrasting styles of Street Photography but they work very well together, so you get the best of both worlds.
Matt uses the Fuji X100F and XPro2 with a 23mm or 16mm Prime lens.
Ami uses the X100T
You can bring any DSLR or mirrorless camera on this course; fixed lens compacts are also welcome. If you are wondering what lenses to bring 50mm is ideal for full frame and 35mm film uses. APSC size sensors 35mm is ideal or lenses around the normal focal length.
The day normally starts at 10.30am with a coffee introductions and a discussion about the day. Matt will be giving a two hour talk on Street Photography in the morning and will touch on the ethics and law and how to deal with challenges in this area.
Next he will discuss camera set up for the day and the best set up for street photography with a practical demonstration of street camera technique.
Matt will cover what Street Photography is, and show you some of his favourite Street Photographers images. He will also show you the best way to approach his style of Street photography.
We normally spend around two hours covering these subjects then around 12.30am we head straight out on to the streets where you can watch the way Ami and Matt work and try out some of the tips and tricks that they share with you.
We break for lunch around 1.30pm where we can find a quiet place for a snack to discuss the mornings work and share our experiences.
We then go back out on the streets to practice your new street techniques and try and find your street rhythm and look for some interesting characters or great light!
We stay out shooting until about 4pm, we then find a quiet place to sit as a group to discuss the day and this will include lessons learnt. Matt will share his processing techniques and preferred software. Matt and Ami will give you their views on Critique and show you how to review your own work.
You will be able to post your work and talk to Matt and Ami after the event through his Social Media pages or by e mail, this includes a social media link to upload and share your best work.
Full details of the day will be sent by e mail one week prior to the event.

Terms and conditions.
We are unable to give a full refund in the event of non-attendance without notice, regardless of the circumstances. We will try to find you another place on a similar course or you can nominate a friend to take your place.
In the event of sufficient notice being given (two months) we will refund 75% of your payment, the remainder will cover the administration costs of refilling the place.
We also reserve the right to cancel any of the workshops if there is insufficient demand. We will confirm the workshop is running two months before the actual date so please don’t leave it too late in booking your place.
Tickets are not transferable without first contacting us.
Tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain.
No food, beverages, accommodation or transport is provided unless stated.
Please note Travel and Equipment Insurance is not included, please provide your own if required, as Fujiholics cannot accept any liability for loss damage or injury to you, your vehicle or equipment.
We do not tolerate racial, sexual, religious or abusive behaviour whether it be verbal or physical from any clients, either towards our staff or other attendees, should you take part in any behaviour which is deemed unsuitable you will be removed from the workshop without a refund. In extreme cases, legal action will be taken.
Please make us aware of any medical issue that may affect your ability to take part.
Fujiholics does not guarantee the weather, temperature or photographic perfection on any workshops - they are all subject to occasional adverse weather. We aim to teach techniques and skills that can be take away and practiced.
Each participant takes part in the workshop at their own risk, we will give a safety briefing at the start of each session but it is up to the participant to decide whether they are confident enough or physically able to take part in each session. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.


Fujifilm X Camera Workshop - Andrew Newson

Fujifilm X Camera Workshop with Andrew Newson
Pret A Manger
110 Paternoster Square
London
EC4M 7DY
10.30am-4.00pm
The workshop is £89.99
There are only 8 places available on this workshop.
The workshop aims to give participants a good introduction to the main features of their Fujifilm X camera. We will move away from using fully automatic modes and learn how to take better and more consistent photos.
This workshop is a fun and social way of learning. It's not important to have any prior knowledge of your camera.
Users of all Fuji X cameras, such as:
Fujifilm X100 / X100s / X100t / X100f
Fujifilm X-T1 / X-T2
Fujifilm X-Pro 1 / X-Pro 2
Fujifilm X-E1 / X-E2 / X-E2s
Fujifilm X-T10 / X-T20 / X-M1 / X-70
The day will start at 10.30 am and conclude at 16.00 pm.
The objectives are for you to take control of your camera by utilising Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual exposure modes so you can start to achieve consistently better photographs.
The day will start with coffee and introductions at Pret A Manger (Paternoster Square). Everyone will meet and get to know each other before Andrew gives a talk on how to use your camera. He will explain how best to control your camera, give advice on software and share some Fujifilm specific tips and tricks for getting the most out of your camera.
Everyone will be given notes to follow and these are yours to keep and refer back to. There will also be plenty of chance to ask questions too.
We will aim to leave Pret A Manager at no later than 12.00pm and embark on a photowalk of around 3 miles. This is your chance to put into practice what you have just learned and with Andrew on hand at all times to help, should you have any issues. He will also set up a few test photo scenarios, so everyone can practice getting their settings right.
As part of the course you will be set a little creative assignment, to photograph Andrew’s list of 10 things in a creative and unique way. There’s no pressure but it’s fun way to get creative, take some nice photos and get used to your camera.
The photowalk part of the course will finish at around 1.30pm where you will head to a pub and download your photographs and share with the group. Andrew will offer some feedback, both positive encouragement and constructive advice.
It would be useful if you could bring an iPad/tablet or laptop to download your images. It’s much easier and quicker if you can download your own images and choose your best photos to share with the group instead of having to wait to use just one device. If you don’t have a tablet or laptop you will be able to use Andrew’s.
The course will finish no later than 4.00pm.
You will be able to share your photos through Social Media after the event.
The photowalk is likely to be around 3 miles and the event may take place in inclement weather so come prepared.
Some of the things covered in the workshop…
ISO
APERTURE
SHUTTER SPEEDS
SHOOTING MODES: Programme, Aperture Priority & Shutter Priority
EXPOSURE COMPENSATION

 

WHAT WILL YOU NEED?

A Fujifilm X camera
Lens or Lenses
A Fully charged battery and ideally at least 1 spare
An empty memory card
An iPad, Tablet or Laptop (not essential, but useful)
A pen and pad to make some notes
Some money for lunch/drinks
Further details will be sent out one week before the event.

 

 

Terms and conditions.

We are unable to give a full refund in the event of non-attendance without notice, regardless of the circumstances. We will try to find you another place on a similar course or you can nominate a friend to take your place.

In the event of sufficient notice being given (two months) we will refund 75% of your payment, the remainder will cover the administration costs of refilling the place.

We also reserve the right to cancel any of the workshops if there is insufficient demand. We will confirm the workshop is running two months before the actual date so please don’t leave it too late in booking your place.

Tickets are not transferable without first contacting us.

Tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain.

No food, beverages, accommodation or transport is provided unless stated.

Please note Travel and Equipment Insurance is not included, please provide your own if required, as Fujiholics cannot accept any liability for loss damage or injury to you, your vehicle or equipment.

We do not tolerate racial, sexual, religious or abusive behaviour whether it be verbal or physical from any clients, either towards our staff or other attendees, should you take part in any behaviour which is deemed unsuitable you will be removed from the workshop without a refund. In extreme cases, legal action will be taken.

Please make us aware of any medical issue that may affect your ability to take part.

Fujiholics does not guarantee the weather, temperature or photographic perfection on any workshops - they are all subject to occasional adverse weather. We aim to teach techniques and skills that can be take away and practiced.

Each participant takes part in the workshop at their own risk, we will give a safety briefing at the start of each session but it is up to the participant to decide whether they are confident enough or physically able to take part in each session. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.