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The Photo Brunch Covent Garden / 02


Last Saturday I held my second Photo Brunch workshop in Covent Garden (click here to read about the first one in Shoreditch). It was loads of fun, I really enjoy being around a group of like-minded people which all share an interest in photography, and at the same time work in different creative areas.
We (Emma - who was there last time, Karen, another Karen, and Alexandra) had a chance to chat over brunch when we first met at Notes, before we headed out into Covent Garden. It was great having a variety of people come along, all at different stages in their photography. I shared some advice on composition with Emma, and helped Karen out with her camera settings.
We came past the greatest, probably most colourful and fun backyard in Covent Garden - Neal’s Yard (see below). I remember being there once before, but this time I actually got to take it all in. When you’re with a camera you really notice all the details. I think I could have photographed that space forever. It felt like so much positive energy on a rainy day. Definitely go when you’re in London.
After a while the rain and wind came back, and we decided to warm up in another coffee shop. It was lovely to sit and chat, and getting to know each other better.
Thank you guys so much for coming along, you made it heaps of fun! :)

If you want to get practical, customised help to improve your photos as well, let me know (via email, Twitter, or in the comments), and I will find a date that works for everyone.



10 comments:

  1. Hey there, H! You've just gained a new reader. Flawless photographs! :)

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    1. Aw, thank you Kasia! I appreciate that a lot! :)

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  2. so lovely! this sounds like a beautiful morning:) and those ladies have perfect style! i mean, look at that coat!!!!

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    1. I know, I love it, too! :) Thank you for stopping by, Giulia!!

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  3. What colorful buildings, and what a fun idea. I miss going on photography outings with other image-capture enthusiasts.

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    1. I can understand, Kari! It's so good being around like-minded people. You should set something up yourself :)

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  4. You've got phenomenal photos as usual! I'm really enjoying seeing how everyone else captured the day and everywhere we went.

    I can't wait for the next one!

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    1. Yes, I totally agree, Emma! It's always so interesting to see other people's perspective on the same thing and how they've captured it! :)
      Will definitely keep you up to date with the next one! x

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  5. I really love the way you write and of course your photographs are simply beautiful. I especially like the last one, looking at people taking photographs is just so fascinating!:)

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    1. Aw, thank you Lisa, that's so nice of you to say! :)

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