Photo Walks

All photo walks and workshops are subject to a minimum group size booking. If there are not enough photographers booked for an event it may be cancelled and refunds issued accordingly. Terms and conditions of booking.

What is a Photo Walk?

If you’re looking for a relaxing and enjoyable way to learn a little more about photography and meet other like-minded shooters?

Then an iPhotography photo walk may be just what you need.

Our guided photo walks are led by a professional photographer with years of experience to help you to improve your photos.

Depending upon the size of the photo walk there may even be multiple pros leading you on the event.

Watch the video to see the reviews.

Mam Tor, Peak District, UK

How Do They Work?

Photo walks are a laid-back way to learn more about your camera, composition or creative thinking with a professional by your side.

Your small group (approx 5-7) will meet your instructor at a given location and time and after a quick introduction start your walk. They are ideal for beginners and amateurs to spend time learning from the walk instructor and other attendees.

Some of our walks or themed around a certain style of photography, but others are left more general and allow you to shoot anything you prefer.

You don’t need to be an experienced photographer, we’ve taught absolute beginners how to take better photos in just a few hours.

What Should I Bring Along?

It doesn’t matter what camera equipment you have to attend our photo walks.

Your walk instructor will show you what settings to use and how to make the most of a moment. Don’t bring too much gear, pack light with room for snacks and water.

Bring along a couple of memory cards and a spare battery too. It’s up to you if you want to take your tripod and lens filters, simply consider the location and the weather on the day. 

Each individual event will outline what is best to bring along given the location of the walk and potential opportunities.

Hyde Park, London, UK

How Long Does a Photo Walk Last?

Photo walks last approximately 3-5 hours following a pre-designated route specifically designed for perfect photo opportunities.

Along the walk, chat with fellow iPhotographers and find out a little more about what they enjoy shooting. It’s a great way of making photo friends if you normally shoot alone.

Selected photo walks and workshops have virtual editing sessions after the event on Zoom to edit and review your photos giving the full A-Z experience.

London City

Sat 11th November 2023
Aerial view to the illuminated Tower Bridge and skyline of London, UK, just after sunset

New York, USA, 5 Day Workshop

Mon 9th - Fri 13th Oct 2023

Culzean Castle, South Ayrshire

Fri 9th June 2023

Malham Cove, Skipton, Yorkshire

Tues 20th June 2023

Brighton Seafront, East Sussex

Tues 4th July 2023

Batsford Arboretum & Falconry Centre

Wed 3rd May 2023

Coppice Hill, Cannock Chase Forest

Thur 11th May 2023

Rive Clyde Walk, Glasgow

Thur 8th June 2023


Photography Course

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