Rumi's Cave

Street Photography Workshop @Rumi’s Cave

An Introduction for Beginners

Monthly Photography workshops led by Sara Russell

Date: Sunday 26th March 2017
Admission: 10.45am
Workshop: 11am to 2pm
Booking Fee: *£10/15 – (available at the door)
*con. fee for students
Register via eventbrite
Venue:Rumi’s Cave 26 Willesden Lane NW6 7ST
*Students must bring their own camera

We are delighted to announce the next photography workshop will take place @Rumi’s Cave and will led by photographer Sara Russell.

to secure your place please sign up via eventbrite:
rumis.eventbrite.co.uk

Overview:

This workshop is designed as the very first introduction to the Street Photography.

If you are curious about photography as a hobby, or even as a profession, but does not know where to start, this workshop is for you.

Street photography, also sometimes called candid photography, is photography conducted for art or enquiry that features unmediated chance encounters and random incidents[1] within public places. Although there is a difference between street and candid photography it is usually subtle with most street photography being candid in nature but not all candid photography being classifiable as street photography. Street photography does not necessitate the presence of a street or even the urban environment. Though people usually feature directly, street photography might be absent of people and can be of an object or environment where the image projects a decidedly human character in facsimile or aesthetic.

You should bring your own digital camera, we will explore the available settings and show you how to get the best of what you’ve got.

The Purpose of Photography

Photography is part of the evolution of the human desire to capture and express life; since the earliest days of artistic expression and documentation, we attempt to capture and record life around ourselves in various ways such as painting, sculpting, writing and photographing.The question of photography’s ultimate purpose is in many ways a deeply philosophical question, though the easy response can be seen in the ways people use cameras and what they choose as their subjects.

For further details:

info@rumis.org

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