In association with Calumet I’m running a city travel photography workshop. This is an exciting, and intense all day travel photography workshop which is suitable for anyone who has a basic understanding of photography, up to more advanced photographers looking to progress in this area of photography.
The day will begin in the classroom where we will discuss the foundations of travel photography. We will then venture outside where you will be set a series of exercises to get you thinking. Stewart will be on hand to support you throughout the day, helping you progress in both technical and creative areas.
In The Classroom 10:00 – 12:00
Outside 12:00 – 21:00
We will choose a route taking in a variety of landmarks and lesser known areas, learning as we walk. Along the way you will be given a series of exercises including the following;
Workshop Debrief: Within 2 weeks of finishing the workshop you will put together a portfolio of 30 images with captions, and Stewart will give you feedback on the images.
Requirements: Any digital or film camera. There may be restrictions on tripod use but if you’re happy to carry one around on the day then please bring one along. This is an intense, long day so wear good walking shoes and clothing for the likely weather conditions.
The cost for the day is £150 (10.00 to 21.00hrs plus review of images).
The Inspired Eye run a feature about Krung Thep – City of Angels and Demons shot last year in Bangkok. Click on the image to be taken there!
This is part of a 24-hour film and photo recording of a day in the life of Dusan Lazic, a beekeeper and retired engineer from Vojka, Serbia. He was 57 years old at the time of the shoot. Dusan Lazic turned to beekeeping in 2004 after finding difficulty finding work as an engineer. He lives in Vojka, Serbia. Born in 1942, he has experienced first hand many of the tumultuous events that have shaped modern East European history, including the rise and fall of communism, the Yugoslav wars, and Serbian independence. In the evenings, Dusan sings and plays percussion with his friends in a pop-rock cover band called Time Machine. This video is part of the Global Lives Project, a video library of life experience.