Cameras Don't Take Pictures - London UK

All day photography event, 16th September 2023

£125 per person


Become a better photographer in one fun-packed, inspirational day

With YouTuber and TV Photography Coach MIKE BROWNE


What will you learn?

green tick Image Mastery and Inspiration 

Do You take 1000s of "OK" images - but are not truly proud of them? Is it hard to get Inspired and find photos? Are You confused as to Why?

You are not alone - I've been there too...

green tick How To Think Like A Photographer

Did Leonardo DaVinci's brushes paint the Mona Lisa for him? No - so why would a camera take photos for you?

You need a simple, repeatable Thought Process.

green tick The Real Difference Between ‘Good’ & ‘Bad’

Join me and find out what makes a 'Good' photo, how to do it, why some photos are 'Bad' - AND WHAT TO DO SO IT NEVER HAPPENS TO YOU.

It took me 25 years to discover this...


The most important thing in photography - is YOU. 


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If the camera and tech were that important, how did the Old Time Masters make such breathtaking images with the most basic of cameras? If cameras took pictures, you and your wizz-bang digital should be able to whoop them - so why aren't you?

  • “It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera. They are made with the eye, heart and head.” - Henri Cartier-Bresson
  • “A better camera won’t do a thing for you.” – Arnold Newman
  • “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” - Ansel Adams

Join me at Cameras Don't Take Pictures and gain insight and understanding of the thought process behind all great imagery.

    Photographers just like YOU said...

    The best thing was how you spoke your thought process aloud when working a shot and reverse engineered it for us. A really inspiring talk and I Loved the audience participation.

    Tracey Howe

    Very enjoyable and completely different to the usual lectures. You made it thought provoking and included the audience with your questions.

    David Huntingford

    Very inspiring! I am more relaxed about taking pictures now, and take more time to look for the better angle or a new approach.

    Marilyn Timney