Developing Visual Ideas: NOLA
December 5- 11, 2010
This week long workshop with Andy Levin uses New Orleans as a venue for teaching photographers to develop visual ideas and creating a unique visual identity. The emphasis is on concept, and photographing within a narrow perspective, with daily editing sessions gradually developing a theme or story line. Photographers are encouraged to create a body of work suitable for presentation at the end of the week long class. The workshop is for photographers who are interesting in going beyond the single image, and have reasonable technical skills, and a portfolio is required.
Note: This 7 day workshop will involve daily editing sessions and close consultation in your choice of stories. Digital camera and laptop required. Students are responsible for travel, hotel, and meal expenses.
Workshop limited to 5 students.
Out of town students are encouraged to arrive day advance for a pre-workshop orientation and portfolio evaluation.
This workshop is administered by 100 Eyes Photography Workshops. Register here.