ZOOM Workshop: PHOTO PROJECTS & STORYTELLING

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ZOOM Workshop: PHOTO PROJECTS & STORYTELLING

Start
December 1, 2020 10:00 am
End
December 1, 2020 4:00 pm

£99.00 £49.00

Want to create meaningful photo projects (regardless of your chosen genre) with curated compelling imagery?

Then join Asher Svidensky published by National Geographic, BBC, The Guardian, etc. (via ZOOM).

You’ll learn about all of the tools you need in order to get started. Leading you towards taking the next step beyond just photographing ‘technically good images’ into making sure your work as a photographer is actually telling compelling and powerful stories to your audience.

Enrich your experience with photography by exploring your passion through the exciting world of photography projects.

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Is this for me?

Want to create meaningful photo projects (regardless of your chosen genre) with curated compelling imagery?

Then join Asher Svidensky published by National Geographic, BBC, The Guardian, etc. (via ZOOM).

You’ll learn about all of the tools you need in order to get started. Leading you towards taking the next step beyond just photographing ‘technically good images’ into making sure your work as a photographer is actually telling compelling and powerful stories to your audience.

Enrich your experience with photography by exploring your passion through the exciting world of photography projects.

 

 

Format:

This is a zoom based remote learning workshop that will be split into two parts over the course of a day.

The first part will deliver the learning and key points above.

We will then break for two hours for lunch and for you to practice your new-found skills with various home-based exercises for you to do.

The afternoon session will be a constructively review up to 4 images per student before wrapping up with a final Q&A.

 

 

Why will this make me a better photographer?

Regardless if you’re a beginner or a veteran photographer, this workshop will energize you, provide incredible insight, and the tools to up your game.

 

 

Key Learning points:

– What are photography projects made of?
– How to write a project proposal
– How professional storytellers to tell a story (and how we as photographers can use it to our advantage)
– Mistakes that lead to poorly structured photography projects
– Curating images – keep your audience engaged and your story true

 

How does it work?

This workshop will be for 8 – 10 people only and will be the same as a face to face workshop, just from the comfort of your own home.  Don’t worry if you’re not familiar with working on-line the tutor will be there to guide you through each step.  Registration is at 9:45am and the course will commence at 10am – this will give the tutor time to help those who might have issues.

 

 

IMPORTANT

You will receive a Zoom invitation via email a week before the event begins with an upload link.
Any images uploaded will need to be in JPG format.

Overseas participants – Please check the time of the workshop if you are outside the UK. This link which will help you to calculate the timing of the online workshop: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/custom.html

 

Will I get notes?

We’ll send the slide deck and any useful links after the workshop.

 

Our Experts Credentials:

My name is Asher Svidensky. I’m a freelance photographer specializing in art and documentary photography with a strong passion for mixing the two with storytelling.

My career began whilst I was conscripted into the military back in 2009 (2009-2012). I was fortunate enough to be able to serve as a photographer. After completing my military service, I picked up a bag, a camera, and followed my dream to be a documentary photographer. Since then my body of work has been published in magazines and newspapers around the world, including the BBC (TV, radio and website), National Geographic (USA), The Guardian (UK), GEO (Germany & France), AD (Netherlands) and many more. I’ve also had the privilege to do lectures about my work in venues such as Oxford’s Natural History Museum (UK) and MGM Hotel (Macau), as well as giving two different TEDx talks on the topics of photography and the art of storytelling.

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