In this 4-week photography course, we will delve into the photographic language by learning about the basics of street & travel photography, composition, colour theory and how these can help create our own unique visual voices. In addition to this, we will deal with one of the most difficult things in photography: editing, and teach you how to be critical of your own work in order to select your very best images.



Resident teacher and co-founder of The Raw Society, Jorge is a professional photographer based in Barcelona, Spain.

Originally a commercial and fashion photographer, in more recent times Jorge’s focus has been on street and travel photography. His work has been exhibited internationally and published in magazines like National Geographic, Ijsberg Magazine, La Vanguardia, Publico, Fisheye Magazine to name a few.


Spanish/Swedish photographer, resident teacher and co-founder of Raw Photo Tours, Christelle’s background in fine arts and design has allowed her to hone her skills and knowledge with regards to colour and the psychology behind it. Since founding Raw Photo Tours she has been teaching colour theory and its application in photography.


4-Week Workshop:

Sunday 25th April from 11am – 1pm EST (4pm – 6pm UK)

Sunday 2nd May from 11am – 1pm EST (4pm – 6pm UK)

Sunday 9th of May from 11am – 1pm EST (4pm – 6pm UK)

Sunday 16th of May from 211am – 1pm EST (4pm – 6pm UK)

We will also be available for questions and clarifications via e-mail throughout the duration of the workshop.



Once you have signed up you will be sent a ZOOM invitation via e-mail.

    Material Needed

    Laptop/PC/Tablet with Zoom installed (if you do not have zoom we will send you the link to install it once you have signed up to the workshop)

      Group Size:

      Min: 6 people | Max: 12 people


      120 euros

      Payment can be made via PayPay, Credit Card (selecting the PayPal option and without needing a PayPal account) or via Direct Bank transfer.



      PART I : Introduction to Street & Travel Photography

      One of the first things to know about street photography is that it is, in essence, the same as documentary photography with one main difference: In documentary photography, there is a magazine or client behind it that has given a specific assignment or story to cover, whereas street photography consists in documenting everyday life.

      • What is and what isn’t street photography?
      • How to overcome your fears of taking photos of strangers.
      • Finding your style and voice.
      • The technique.
      PART II: Composition

      The word composition comes from the Latin componere, meaning “put together” and its meaning remains close to this. In visual arts, it refers to the balanced and harmonious distribution of different elements. Photographic composition, therefore, is defined by the act of finding a point of view in which all the elements are positioned in a visually attractive way for the viewer.

      • Establishing a good basis and going beyond.
      • Creating more dynamism with your photographs.
      • The importance of composition with regards to narrative and guiding your viewer through your photographs.
      Part III. Colour Theory

      Good composition and lighting are fundamental to create a great photograph, BUT what many don’t know is that colours too, play an immensely important role in photography. The great masters know it and so should you! In this workshop we are going to explain what colour theory is and how it affects your photography so that you’ll be able to create not just good images, but great images.

      • The basics of colour theory.
      • Defining colour harmonies.
      • Its implications in photography.
      • Steps to applying colour theory in your photography.
      Part IV. How to Select Like a Pro & Post-Processing

      Editing a photographic work is the process of selecting and it is one of the most difficult things to do in photography, especially when we have to do it with our own work. In this session we are going to teach you how to select your photos with examples, exercises and valuable tips that’ll make the selection process easier for you.

      Post-processing is the last stage of your photographic work. It’s the final expression of your personal vision allowing you to take creative control of your images and make them stand out from the crowd. It’s absolutely necessary and we’ll show some great tools to help you in this last stage of your work.

      • What defines a great picture?
      • Tips and tricks of the professional photographers.
      • Real-world example with a NatGeo project.
      • Processing your photos without spending hours on the computer.