And here's a sampling of photos from participants on the street photography walk/workshop I held in Brighton earlier this year.
www.onceperday.co.uk and was kind enough to give me a copy of his book Commonplace
I carried out the day as a sort of experiment, as I've been asked to do a few workshops in the past by organisations and conferences. (I've said "no", partly because once the organisers have taken their 50%, it seems like quite a costly day for participants.) In particular, I concentrated on some techniques I use for kickstarting inspiration and overcoming "photographers block".
I thought it went quite well, although I could immediately see how a future session could be improved by having more clearly specified goals. Also, due to circumstances beyond my control, I was severely sleep deprived on a day when I really needed my wits about me... But the other two uncontrollable variables - travel and weather - were on our side, so I can't really complain.
I would be interested in doing this again - but somewhere closer to my home in Weymouth, especially as the daytrip commute of 8 hours to Brighton (on a good day) is not feasible in the current climate of Southern Trains chaos.