Miguel

Miguel is a freelance photographer and educator based in Brighton, who has travelled taking pictures all round the world. With more than 20 years of experience in photography he has the skills and passion about this craft to share the knowledge, advice and help you need.

He teaches beginners, amateurs and professionals. Working at your own level and pace you will benefit from a personalised tuition either in a small group tour or in a one-to-one session.

From getting to know how to control your camera’s settings to improving your compositions or to get a new and inspiring approach to your work he will help you to communicate visually in an efficient and enjoyable way through a creative and practical system.

Author's Website

Monochrome photography

Monochrome photography

Monochromatic images draw attention to elements that become more apparent and prominent due to the lack of colours. This lends the image more depth as it removes distractions that colour can sometimes create. Monochrome photography often has a very strong, atmospheric and moody look, with a sense of drama that impacts straight to the core. […]

Read More →

Read More →

Static Subjects

Static Subjects

Some man-made subjects can be visually more interesting than others because of their characteristics and qualities. Feeling empathy for these objects is one way to connect with what we are photographing. Characteristics relating to stability, endurance and timelessness make them become, to our perception, the perfect observers of their surroundings. We as photographers feel the necessity to […]

Read More →

Read More →

Graffiti

Graffiti

Graffiti directly influences other street art forms in the same way it feeds itself from other artistic manifestations, it’s a never ending relationship between graffiti, music, photography, painting, sculpture, etc… However the strong and rebellious essence of this art is what makes it stand out among the others, always changing, evolving and anticipating. The work from […]

Read More →

Read More →

Man in chilaba.

Man in chilaba.

Composition and a sense of  place are essentials in travel photography. It is very important to enhance the implicit characteristics in an image to give the viewer a sense of an exotic location. In this example there is an intrinsic association with the clothes he is wearing and the place where he is. “The chilaba” is a traditional, long, […]

Read More →

Read More →

Top
error: Content is protected !!