Photography is a way of life, a passion but it’s also a business. This two-day workshop focuses on the commercial side of being a professional visual storyteller and those aspiring to be so.
A reportage, a photographic history to tell, must to be prepared before and then almost never a photograph is by chance.
A two days workshop with Carla Kogelman about finding your own personal stories.
Which pictures should be kept and why? What order should they be placed in? Why are captions important?
Franco Pagetti is a photojournalist since 1994. Most of his work has led to situations of war as the conflict.
A workshop dedicated to producing a documentary photo essay, with a hands-on approach to shooting your own photo essay from start to finish.
How can we extrapolate from a news story more intimate and in-depth that goes beyond the news, giving the point of view of the author. What are the tools to find a story more ‘staff in the news?
Massimo Mastrorillo works mainly on long term documentary projects, devoting himself to the deep consequences of war and natural disasters and their aftermaths on society. Giuseppe Andretta is one of the most renown Italian expert in digital postproduction and and color management.
Shooting in black and white is different than shooting in color and then convert the file when postproducing. You must see in black and white to get the most out of this expressive medium.
Telling about yourself and about others with photography – The reasons behind the choice of a language and of a photographic genre – Photography as quality of the time you share with others.