Join Leica Akademie with Joseph Michael Lopez and Gus Powell to experience the wonders of street photography in New York City from April 6-8. In this three day workshop, two uniquely expressive and poetic practitioners of contemporary street photography will come together to agree and disagree about “taking” and “making” pictures, “hunting” and “gathering”, visual communication and poetic storytelling, and other topics to emphasize both shooting and editing.
This contrasting combination of instructors provides the rare opportunity to observe and learn from two very distinct photographers. Participants will be able to benefit from different approaches to making images, while at the same time, exploring and receiving feedback on ways to work in public spaces. The workshop will begin with an initial presentation on Friday, followed by site specific work and shooting at diverse locations around the city on Saturday, and concluding on Sunday with a morning of shooting and an afternoon of critique
Who should attend this workshop?
This workshop is intended for the intermediate or experienced photographer that is interested in street photography. It is expected that participants already have a good understanding of proper exposure, focus, and general camera use. A USB flash drive with portfolio images, or a website/link containing your portfolio will be needed on Friday night. It is NOT required that you use a Leica camera. A selection of Leica cameras and lenses will be available to loan. Attendance is limited to 15 maximum.
Enter to win a scholarship:
We are offering one person a scholarship for the workshop. Interested? Please write to us at Akademie@leicacamerausa.com. The scholarship only covers the workshop fee only. Send a link with up to 20 images or your website and a short bio. Include your reasons for wanting to take part in this program. Deadline to apply is March 5th.
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Street Photography Weekend
- 04/06/2018 - 04/08/2018
- New York City