Urban explorer, travel, and architectural photographer. Film and digital user, preferably B&W. Online/digital writer, and publisher. Authorial photography educator.
After 20 years of professional experience as an Internationally Certified Project Manager, I acquired the confidence to be successful in any new and exciting challenge. That’s why in 2012 I became a full-time photographer, an activity that I have been experimenting with, since early in my life as an amateur.
Soon I began to use my photography skills to develop a new professional career as an architectural photographer. During this time, I developed skills such as creativity, improvisation, and management of stakeholders with backgrounds and expectations vastly different from what I was used to. I was also able to use my well tested and reliable skills such as planning, attention to detail and my ability to learn new technics and technologies.
Nowadays I have my photography work being sold at specialized photography and art galleries and through a network of professional contacts from the architecture and interior design areas. My commercial and authorial portfolios are available at: www.capfotografia.com and https://calexandrep.myportfolio.com.
Since my first job as an Electronic Technician and throughout my whole career I have always engaged with training activities, developing, and teaching technical and non-technical courses. To start providing photographic education, technical and/or authorial, was a natural step and part of my routine since the beginning.
Another additional activity that I have been engaged to as a photographer is to create photography and travel related content to my own blog and writing/collaborating to other blogs. In 2014 I launched my own digital/online magazines focused on photography and travel content. The magazines are available to read online at https://issuu.com/fotografiaetal
Upcoming Dates hosted by Carlos Alexandre Pereira
Sunday the 15th of August 2021
Capturing Movement Photography Meetup - Cumberland House - 9am - 2 hours
This session relates to the techniques employed to capture moving objects; blurring, freezing, etc. Capturing movement is a complement of the manual exposure lessons, just like depth of field.
£18pp 10 places left - requires 4 bookings to proceed
Sunday the 29th of August 2021
Beginner's Guide to Composition: The Frame & Basic Design Photography Class - Cumberland House - 9am - 3 hours
Beginner's guide to composition, studying the frame and its characteristics.
Looking to improve your photography? Our Beginners Class is a great place to start. This 3 hour session is a photo walk that will have you weaned off of Auto mode, and transforming your everyday snaps into professional-looking shots.
Enhance your Travel Photos with this workshop mix of Landscape, Cityscape and Street Photography. Capture that scene with confidence and creativity. This course is mostly taken place outdoor and focuses on honing compositional skills specific to landscapes, cityscapes and street photography. Ideal for the frequent traveler, the photojournalist, and the photographer who just likes to take pictures anywhere, everywhere.
Learn interesting techniques that will turn your landscape images into outstanding ones, such as lighting, composition, special effects particular to landscape. As well as street photography techniques to capture your scenes and moments with confidence and creativity. Our experienced instructor will guide you through various sets of exercises and outdoor shooting scenarios that will fully prepare you for your next outdoor adventure. Sessions will consist of real-time shooting and immediate review of the work photographed during class.
£48pp only 6 places left - requires 3 bookings to proceed
Sunday the 10th of October 2021
Black & White Photography Meetup - Hotwalls - 9am - 2 hours
How to capture great and appealing black and white images.
Black & white can be an interesting way to strip back your photography and focus on the basics. Photography is simply playing with light, so we’ll be getting creative with monochrome images and exploring ways to improve.