Photo shoots with Graffiti Art backdrops
Graffiti has been around since ancient Egpyt, Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. Drawings first appeared in cazves one thousands years ago. The Art became more popular in the 1970s when people started writing their names or 'tags' on buildings. Since the 1980s galleries have displayed graffiti as artwork.
For a photo shoot with a difference I have recently started street art photo shoots in London. My first ones were in Shoreditch that has some really colourful streets which also provide quirky and arty backdrops.
If you know anyone who might be interested I have several dates coming up in May and June. I will be holding photo shoots/mini workshops in the colourful streets and Graffiti Art of Shoreditch. I will take several images in different streets providing you with a variety of images with different coloured backdrops. Why not dress up your dog with his favourite bandana, the more colourful the better. If you have a camera bring it along and I will share some tips with you.
For photo walks places are limited to 4 people and their pets (includes up to 2 dogs per pair). I also offer individual photo walks as some dogs are nervous and the owners prefer to do the photo shoot on their own. If you would like more details on prices and dates of photo shoots please contact me on [email protected]
Below are a few of my favourite photos from previous urban photo shoots with beautiful rescue Staffies Bella and Marshall and a lovely Italian Greyhound Chihuahua Cross Zola
Keywords: Dog Photographer London, Dog Photography Shoreditch, Dog Photography Street Art, London Dogs, Street Art London, Street Art Photography Shoreditch, Urban Photo Shoot
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