Black & Wise
1 on 1 Street Photography Workshops in Berlin & Detmold
What you can learn from me:
-Getting closer to people and loosing the fear of taking photos of strangers
-You learn to use geometries for you and to get a better feeling for image composition
-As a media designer, I can also show you how to edit your photos to give them a more aesthetic look
What is your investment? 80,00 € per hour (incl. taxes) – a subsequent 20-minute analysis of your shot photos is included. Are you interested? Please send me a message with suitable dates.
1 on 1 Workshop FAQ
How can I sign up for a workshop?
If you are interested in a workshop, please send me a message with suitable dates in the contact form below.
Do I have to be an experienced photographer?
People of all skill levels are welcome – please send me a message with your current biggest obstacle and I can help you to improve as a photographer.
Can I bring a Friend?
For a better learning experience it is recommended to attend the workshop alone – you can bring one friend to the workshop if you like.
What do I need to bring to the workshop?
-unobtrusive and comfortable clothing
-A SD card with a lot of space and a full camera battery
-A digital camera (optional you can also use my Canon G9X)
Is the workshop only possible in Berlin and Detmold?
If you want me to come to your city or country please send me a message and we can see if we can organize a workshop.
In which language is the workshop?
I can speak German and English with you.
Will I receive an invoice?
Yes, I will send a proper digital invoice to every workshop attendee – including the 19% german VAT taxes.
My name is Sebastian and my passion is photography and especially street photography. Every day I try to catch the small wonders of everyday life with my camera and to save moments forever.
I would like to share my passion with other people and also bring you closer to the fascination of street photography. Every day, in the supposedly boring everyday life, exciting moments can be discovered that can only be seen for a few seconds. The art is to press the trigger at this moment.
Street Photographer & Designer