Do you have a keen interest in Documentary/Street Photography? Would you like to learn new skills with like-minded individuals?
Sky Arts Master of Photography Finalist Wayne Crichlow, Commercial Photographer Rob Irving and Award Winning Photographer Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi are excited to announce Soul Capture Collectives 1-day Street Photography workshop taking place on Saturday 21st September 2019. Located in the creative and cosmopolitan area of East London, the event will be held at Autograph's purpose built Arts Centre in Shoreditch.
About the workshop
The Workshop is all about how to construct a Photographic Story, how to shoot and subsequently curate your work into coherent dialogue which expresses your subject material in the clearest, most interesting way possible. Drawing from the methodologies of eminent documentary photographers such as Eugene Smith, Gordon Parks and Mary Ellen Mark, we will explain quite what underpins a successful series of images.
During this workshop participants can improve their technique, gain confidence and receive tips and advice on all aspects of documentary street photography in a friendly and informal environment. You will learn a great deal about storytelling, the tricks to continuity, light and composition and the importance of connecting with the subject and the environment. The workshop will also cover the psychological and theoretical aspects of street photography.
How to apply
The price for the day will be *£199. Book now by sending us an email to email@example.com as spaces will be limited.
WHO WILL I BE TAUGHT BY?
About Wayne Crichlow
Wayne is an up and coming amateur photographer. Born in London’s East end his passion for street photography grew with a modest bridge camera. Wayne’s unique style of street photography takes inspiration from icons such as Vivian Maier, Henri CartierBresson, Sebastião Salgado, Martin Parr, Mary Ellen Mark, Mark Asnin and Zack Arias. His visual storytelling provides an honest, yet thought-provoking insight to the world’s dynamic surroundings and the complex struggles of daily life.
Wayne’s work has received an accolade from the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards, where in 2017 he received ‘Commendation’ in the category ‘Street Photography’. He was most recently a finalist on Sky Arts, Master of Photography Season Three, where he was selected to be one of ten contestants from thousands across Europe.
About Robert Irving
Rob obtained his first camera, a Zenit E, at the age of thirteen which subsequently led to a lifetime love of shooting. Educated at Queen Mary's, University of London he holds a BA (Hons) in Cultural Geography with Photographic Representation.
In addition to his academic qualifications, he offers over 20 years commercial photography experience and has tutored photography students at HND level. Rob has a love of travel and a passion for people.
Rob take inspiration from photographers Gregory Crewsdon, for the extreme lengths he goes to within a single image; and Cartier Bresson, for his illustration of the importance of art within the image. To find out more about Rob's work click here.
About Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi
Alecsandra is an accomplished and renowned photographer and photography teacher based in London. Currently freelancer for the Guardian, National Geographic Traveller UK, National Geographic Food and BAFTA she teaches at the British Academy of Photography.
A creative and result-oriented photographer she has a highly acclaimed reputation for producing superior, high-quality imagery recognised by her numerous awards such as Sony Awards, Youth Category 2013, Getty Images and SCA Academy Photography Competition 2014 and National Geographic Traveller 2015. To find out more about Alecsandra’s work click here.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Autograph is a purpose built Creative Arts Centre located close to the heart of the City. Its iconic building designed by Sir David Adjaye, is the UK's first permanent public space dedicated to diversity in the visual arts. Autograph shares the work of artists who use photography and film to highlight issues of identity, representation, human rights and social justice providing the perfect venue to deliver our Soul Capture Creatives Street Photography workshops.