27th - 29th SEPTEMBER 2019

Seize the opportunity !

Looking for a golden chance to practise and share your photographic passion, with a small and committed group, based in a dedicated & cosy work space ideally situated in the Latin Quarter…. This workshop is for YOU !

Building your shooting skills

  • Train your eye to create order from disorder: distill the moving flux into a single still image.
  • Recognize a “good location” and experiment working the scene.
  • Develop a structured method of shooting rather than relying on random luck.
  • Find inspiration from the masters while creating your own personal style.

Paris – the spiritual home of Street Photography

Street musicians © E. Atget 1898

For over a century, since the time of Eugène Atget, photographers have been inspired by the unique charm of Parisian architecture, cafés & boutiques, artists and musicians, gardens and riverside walkways.
I’ll guide you through a variety of carefully chosen locations across the French capital, with the eye of a modern street photographer, looking for the unexpected, going beyond the traditional clichés.
With a mix of training exercises and free inspiration, you will acquire the tools to develop your own vision of this most photographed of cities.

When I found out that Tim Fox was organising a workshop, I seized the chance. I really love his work, the minimalist style of his street photos, with deep blacks and rich colours.  Tim organised everything down to the last detail, from the welcome drink to the final goodbye. I really appreciated the balance of time spent on one’s own and that of being together as a group.

It was also great to have the time to come back at the end of the day, edit one’s pictures and present them to the group for feedback & discussion. Tim’s experience on the ground was invaluable, teaching me a lot and providing me with greater confidence. This workshop really enthused me to carry on with my street photography. A thousand thanks Tim !


This workshop was really instructive for me. I learned that you’ve got to really like people to take good photos of them, it’s part philanthropy, part sociology. It definitely applies to you. I really felt that you’re an empathetic person and that you communicate your passion with methodology and understanding.


To have one’s senses heightened to all that is going in around is a wonderful feeling. My eye was drawn to capture scenes that both pushed me beyond my comfort zone, and gave expression to my artistic sensibilities. 

It was made to feel all the more inspiring, in the way that Tim had put this workshop together. A truly perfectly organised long weekend, rich in shared experiences, respect for one another, and an overall spirit of fun & enjoyment.