For some, photo-activism might evoke vague memories of high school science classes, but take a pause right there! It’s a term coined for the practice of using photographs for social change.
In this six-hour workshop by Delhi Photography Club, you can listen to Rahul Saharan talk about the art of photography and use of activism in it. After the workshop, you will be able to understand how artists can bring change in the society through their work, how to bring you ideas to life with minimum resources, how to choose the right camera lens and lighting for overall shoot, and how to make you work and style different from others.
This workshop is open for students, amateurs and professionals. Doesn’t matter if you are a homemaker or mother, or if you’ve recently purchased a camera or not; you’ll feel right at home here!
Unlike other workshops, the batch size has been kept small to ensure individual interaction and attention. You have the opportunity to interact with instructors/peers for as long as you want, and send your works for review and feedback even after the workshop is over.
We love the topics they will cover in the workshop such as approach, study and observation of the subject, and the key rule – Sensitivity and your style! And they address an issue that is pertinent for all artists – cost cutting rules and how to make it non-commercial.
#LBBTip: If you don’t have a DSLR camera, a digital point-and-shoot will serve the purpose, too. You will receive a certificate of participation at the end of the workshop!
When: June 4
Where: Delhi Photography Club, Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat Village
Nearest Metro Station: Hauz Khas
Timings: 2pm – 8pm
Price: INR 2,500
Contact: +91 8826712162, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured image courtesy: Delhi Photography Club