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Sign up for our Street Photography workshop


First we helped you out with the art of butchery and launching a small business. Now, with the latest in our series of ShortList Workshops, in association with camera brand Leica, we’re focusing on street photography.

The speaker will be esteemed photojournalist Tom Stoddart. “I’ll be encouraging participants to go out with their cameras and explore the area they live in,” he explains. “You don’t have to own an expensive camera – great pictures are made with your head and your heart.”

Taking place on 6 April at London‘s Leica Akademie Mayfair, the workshop costs £200, and you can book yourself one of the few remaining slots by emailing leicaworkshop@shortlist.com.


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