Held in small and conducive groups, learn first-hand from professionals who are open in sharing their experiences and knowledge pertaining to the photography industry and market.
This 3-hour seminar with Mark Neville (UK) explores social documentary photography, its aims, and its audiences.
Where does social and political photography stand? What should photographers avoid? What is ‘best practice’? How can a ‘concerned’ social documentary project have real impact?
What to expect:
A unique opportunity to discuss your work with Mark Neville and to hear his perspective on it.
What to prepare:
Bring your portfolio as physical prints or digital files on laptop. Recommended for photographers concerned with representing community or social issues.
Each seminar is limited to 20 participants.