Beirut Street Photography is happy to announce the exciting Street Photography workshop we’re planning with London-based Street Photographer David Gibson from the international In-Public street photography collective.
About David Gibson:
David Gibson is one of the founding members of in-public, the international collective of street photographers with more than 20 years of experience in the field. His work has been widely published and exhibited, including recently at the FORMAT festival in Derby and currently at The Museum of London in the UK. He is also featured in the Thames and Hudson book, Street Photography Now, an anthology of 52 leading street photographers around the world.
The Man Behind the Lens – Interview with David Gibson:
About the Workshop:
The “Develop Your Street Photography Style” 4-day street photography workshop with In-Public’s David Gibson will be a unique opportunity to explore the history, aesthetics and practicalities of street photography while challenging you to expand and fully explore your own individual style. The interactive 4-day workshop running from Sept. 8-11 will involve two evening session on that Thurs and Fri followed by two full-day sessions on Sat and Sun with street shooting and reviews. Venue will be in Hamra and will be confirmed shortly to all attendees.
The workshop will be limited to 16-18 participants and involve one-on-one reviews, portfolio reviews and a special workshop certificate signed by David Gibson himself that will be distributed to each photographer who attends.
Don’t miss your chance to attend this unique and interactive workshop to benefit learn from one of the leaders in the Street Photography field! More information about the workshop is posted here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=251749818174744
** Early Bird Rate of $250 for the full 4-days valid until August 22, 2011 so act quick if you want to benefit from this deal **
Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all registration matters or workshop questions. Hope to see you there and please spread the word to other photographers you know who might be interested.
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