Street Photography Workshop with Juan José Reyes from MSPF
This is 3-day workshop where you will learn how to shoot on the streets and how to create street photography images that are interesting and compelling.
You will have daily assignments to shoot and we will have time to review and get feedback on your work.
Some of the topics we will cover:
- History of Street Photography (classic photographers/masters and contemporary)
- What is street photography: definition and boundaries
- Equipment for street photography (camera, lenses, camera settings, clothing, etc.) the less the better!
- When and where to shoot / How to be invisible
- Do’s and Don’ts when shooting on the streets
- Tips and Tricks from years of experience
- Different styles of street images
- The five levels of street photography
- How to relate to people/Conquering fear
- Street Photographer’s Rights
- Processing and editing images
- All your questions
Agenda: ( tentative)
2-4pm Street Photography talk and initial assignments (MIP classroom)
4-7pm Shooting session (South Beach)
Saturday 14th (South beach or Hollywood Beach Boardwalk)
9am- 12pm Review assignments/SP talk and discussion
12pm- 5pm: Shooting Session (Hollywood beach boardwalk)
10am-1pm: Critique session on final images. Final discussion.
Tuition : $500.
Instructor: Juan José Reyes, founder and Executive Director of the Miami Street Photography Festival.
Duration: 16 hours
DSLR or Mirrorless–– varied lenses of your choice. (Preferred: prime lenses, film shooters are welcome)
STUDENTS: Max 12
About Juan José Reyes
Juan José Reyes is the founder and Executive Director of the Miami Street Photography Festival, the largest and most widely recognized event in this genre.
He also co-founded the festival’s European partner, Street Photo Milano, offering a combined international platform that provides participating photographers with true worldwide exposure of their work.
Juan started photographing in his college years and has been shooting street photography exclusively since 2008 after learning directly from world-renowned teachers Jay Maisel and Alex Webb. He writes a street photography blog and his articles, as well as his images, have been published in all the popular street photography sites.
As executive director of MSPF, Juan oversees the panel judging of the “MSPF Finalists”, the final cut from among thousands of images submitted each year to MSPF and widely recognized as the best of contemporary street photography. He also runs MSPF-Workshops, which offers street photography workshops around the world with the best street and documentary photographers and educators.