This practical one-day workshop invites you to explore and expand your people photography in relation to Tate Britain, its architecture and collection displays. We will draw inspiration from how artists and photographers from the Tate Collection have approached photographing people and introduce technical aspects relating to portrait, street and documentary photography before you apply the insights and techniques learnt to your own work.
Over the course of the session, you will build up the introductory skills needed to fine-tune or get you started with focusing on, or including, people in your photography.
This session is for people aged 16 and over. It is suitable for photographers at all levels, including beginners. Participants must bring their own digital camera or camera phone. A digital SLR camera is recommended, but not essential.