Walk the Dial

mode dial graphicWant to take better pictures? Then join our Walk the Dial Walkshop,  a fun and informative way to brush up your digital photography skills, while getting out and about on foot.


Forthcoming Walk the Dial walkshops:

Check out the City – looking up and looking down – both in daylight and twilight – the buildings of the city draw the camera’s eye. Walk the Dial: The City from Monument tube station (Fisher Street Hill entrance).  

The Museum of Walking has teamed up with professional photographer, Brian Galloway, to devise a 150 minute walkshop in which we walk and talk you through how to take better pictures. Specifically looking at the different functions that digital compact cameras and DSLRs offer. Like what does P and M mean, and er… Tv?

We take you on a series of walks through an intriguing London neighborhood sharing tips on observation, capturing shots and getting you familiar with the different functions that digital cameras, smartphones and tablets offer.

What previous participants said about Walk the DialIMG_3963

  • ‘Very informative and enjoyable’ 
  • ‘Very good atmosphere, lots of ideas shared’
  • ‘Really enjoyed it – good fun!’
  • ‘Excellent – I would love to do this again in any part of London’

Walk the Dial: The City from Monument tube station (Fisher Street Hill entrance) 

£30 per person for this 150 minute ‘walkshop’.

Check out previous Walk the Dial walkshops  – Angel, Islington – included a visit to the Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art; and Primrose Hill. 

Walking in step with: