Street Photography Workshops in London



8 hours - For a maximum number of two people.

A full day of tuition with Street Photographer Alan Schaller in his home city, London. You will be taken by him to the locations of some of his most celebrated photographs. Enjoy a comprehensive day covering everything from shooting technique to social media advice, philosophies to perspective. 


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Please message Alan through the contact form to arrange a date.

 A typical example of a route Alan will take you on, visiting a variety of the best shooting locations London has to offer.

A typical example of a route Alan will take you on, visiting a variety of the best shooting locations London has to offer.

Alan Schaller is offering 1 on 1 workshops in London. These workshops will compromise of a full day street shooting in London around Alan's favourite locations as well as comprehensive discussions about his approach and how you can implement these skills and philosophies in your own photography. You can gain access to his expertise in the fields of street photography, photojournalism, portraiture, social media strategy, commercial and editorial shoots.  


Workshops can be tailored to your specification. In order to discuss this with Alan as well as choosing a suitable date for you to have your workshop, please message him through the contact page to arrange a phone call or to initiate an email conversation so you can explain your photography goals and the areas you wish to work on. 


Duration of workshops: 10am until 6pm.

If you would like a general street photography workshop Alan will take you on a day shooting a diverse route of his choosing around London and will cover the following theory:


- Using light 

- Camera technique

- Shooting from the hip purposefully 

 - Creating your own photographic niche

 - Creating impact in your work: perspective & scale

 - Approaching strangers and street photography etiquette

 - How best to approach social media and getting your work in the spotlight



I wish to thank you immensely for our time spent together during the 1-on-1 session. From the very beginning I felt that you took a very personal interest in my development. I learned a great deal from your demonstrations and experience and your hands on approach. It was educational, inspirational, and so much fun!

The 1-on-1 was the perfect exposure to your methodology and techniques and allowed me ask you many questions about everything from my equipment to light and shadow and philosophy. I feel so much more comfortable and confident about photographing people out on the street after meeting with you. Before I met with you this was a huge challenge for me but now it is very natural.

Since we met a few weeks ago, I have seen much improvement in my photos and in working towards developing my own unique style. I was even on a flight recently browsing through my photos on my laptop and a woman seated next to me was blown away by my images. It was very flattering and a direct result of improvements I have experienced since meeting with you.



It was such a pleasure to join Alan for his day long workshop in London.  I truly believe I learned more in that one day than in many previous technical or composition workshops. We started the day reviewing both of our work.  This gave Alan an understanding of where I was in my ability.  We then walked a path through central London with many amazing photo opportunities. With Alan by my side and seeing things through his eyes I was able to better learn how many of these spots could be captured.  We would stop from time to time, review and then move on again each time with the aim of improving and trying new things.  In addition to being a great teacher, Alan was simply a very pleasant person to spend the day with.  I highly recommend Alan, he is amazing photographer and excelled at helping me improve in a short period of time. 

Angela, UK


It was amazing to finally meet you after admiring your work for so long. I am really glad I did! The workshop was amazing I just wish that I had more time here in London to do one more day with you. Thanks a lot for directing me the right way and sharing so much. 

Humaira, Dubai


Thank you Alan for opening my eyes! So informative and great to see how a master of his craft works. I have so many helpful tips to take away from the day - can't wait to get back out there and put it all into action. 

Elliot, UK


Super helpful and good fun hanging out. Your advice will help me a lot.

Tom, Australia 


Thank you, it was loads of fun! The tips for shooting quickly and accurately will prove useful and make life far easier in the long run.

Clifford, UK


Thanks so much!!! I’ve improved so much after you. I still have far to go but am on the right track!! 

Patricia, Spain

Frequently Asked Questions


How many can people attend 1 on 1 workshops? 

Purchasing a place allows tuition for a maximum of two people. 

How long is a workshop?

A meeting point is arranged by Alan in London for 10am. A description of the outline of the day lasts until 10.30am. We finish at 6pm. There is a 30 minute break for lunch. 

Do I need to be an experienced photographer to join?

Photographers of all experience levels are welcome. 

What kind of cameras are accepted?

Alan encourages the use of every kind of device, from iPhones to Analog, digital DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Each have the potential to take a great image.

Can I purchase a workshop as a gift?

Yes, but please contact Alan to notify him of the name of the recipient.

Are workshops postponed for bad weather?

No. Alan plans two routes per workshop. One predominantly outdoors for good weather, another mainly indoors in the event of rain.

I am under 18 years old. Can I book a place on a 1 to 1 workshop? 

You may, but need to be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the day. If that adult wishes to take part in the workshop, they will need to purchase a place also. 

Can I bring a friend along?

Only paying participants are allowed to attend (unless under the age of 18 with an accompanying adult)

How physically demanding is a workshop?

We tend to walk around 5-7 miles over the course of the day. As the workshops are based in cities this isn't overly taxing.

Are lunches included?

Participants are asked to bring their own lunch with them or to purchase it during the designated lunch break.