Bring your mobile device or camera for a hands-on street photography workshop.
International Centre for Photography lecturer, Natan Dvir, will share tips, tricks and fundamentals of street photography and lead you on a photo-walk around Paddington and Moore Park.
You will have the opportunity to receive on-the-spot individual feedback as well as instructions in a small group. Learn more and become more confident in all aspects of street photography including composition, making use of light and identifying and capturing 'the moment'.
Don't miss this incredible street-photography experience from a master photographer.
Dates & Details
Date: Sunday 7 May
Time: 2.45pm - 6.45pm
Location: Meet at Paddington Town Hall. Workshop group will move and around Paddington and Moore Park, finishing back at Paddington for dinner. Note: The post-workshop dinner is optional and is not included in the workshop cost.
Cost: $147 / $135 member - workshop only
About the Presenter
Natan Dvir is a New York based Israeli photographer who focuses on the human aspects of political, social and cultural issues.
He received his MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts (NY), after which he became an adjunct faculty member at the ICP.
Based in New York he photographs around the world and is represented by Polaris Images agency and Anastasia Photo gallery.
Natan's main projects were exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in the United States, Europe, South America, Australia and Israel. His work has been published by numerous international magazines and he has received recognition winning prizes around the world.
- Gain confidence in photographing people you meet in public
- Get a feel for when the "decisive moment" is about to occur
- Develop shooting strategies for different lighting situations
- Meet like-minded people who share your passion for photography
This workshop is suitable for people who are looking to get a taste of street photography right though to those who want to improve their street craft.
What to bring
Comfortable shoes and clothes, your camera or phone, lens (preferably wide angle ~35mm), empty memory card and fully charged batteries.