‘Explore London 2014’ Workshop & Tour

Palace of Westminster

Palace of Westminster

I’m excited to announce the Ken Lyons Photography “Explore London 2014” workshop. Come join us from 19 – 25 September 2014 as we explore the fascinating and historical city of London in the United Kingdom.

Go beyond “Auto” mode as you join us on a fun and relaxed adventure while learning what the different modes on your camera are and when to use them. Take control of your camera and create images you can be proud of. It doesn’t matter what type of camera you have, we can teach you how to master it.

We’ll show you how to see differently. As US philosopher Henry David Thoreau once said, “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see”. Learn to see what others don’t and start making images instead of taking photographs.

From seeing, to capturing to post-processing – we’ll be learning about street and travel photography ensuring you come away with images you’ll be proud to show family and friends.

For full details visit http://www.kenlyonsphotography.com.au

We’re looking forward to meeting you in September!


About Ken

Photography is about vision; I love making photographs that tell a location’s story – the place, the people and the culture. I'm a photographer with a relaxed approach. I'm an experienced traveller and love teaching others about photography. Images can be made anywhere - right in your back yard or in exotic overseas locations. I can teach you not only to look at your surroundings, but also to really "see" what's there. Photography is more than just pressing a button. It's also about vision. Let me show you how to explore your world.
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