Have you ran into an interesting stranger on the streets and had a burning desire to take their photo, but you were too scared to speak with that person? Do you want to build up that courage to engage with strangers more comfortably and without hesitation? Do you want to meet other street photographers that are as equally as passionate about street photography and portraiture just like you?
In this action packed day, you will learn the essentials of a great street portrait and how to engage and interact with strangers more comfortably.
The workshop is limited to a class of 16 passionate individuals who want to take their street portraiture to new heights. The crash course will be an intimate experience in which you will learn how to get more “yes” answers when approaching strangers for a photograph.
Here is a syllabus of what we will cover in the workshop:
1. How to conquer your fear of approaching people for street portraits
2. How to use fundamental street portrait techniques to take more engaging photos
3. How to react to people who get offended
4. How to choose the right people who are both interesting and more agreeable to having their photo taken
5. The best technical settings to use on your camera
6. How to capture more candid street portraits of people without disturbing the scene or eliciting reactions
1 day workshop
Your camera, your lens, SD/CF cards
Eric Kim is a California based international street photographer. He has been shooting street photography for over 7 years and started a blog to share his work and lessons learned around 3 years ago in response to the lack of information and resources he found when starting out. Today Eric is so active in the social media and blogging world that it is virtually impossible to miss him. He pours his heart and soul into serving the street photography community at large and teaches workshops internationally.
Friday, February, 12 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
You are familiar with aperture, shutter, ISO and understand how these work together to create a correct exposure.
You shoot in Aperture or Shutter Priority modes and can use the basic features on your digital camera confidently
You would like more opportunities to practise and consolidate what you already know and also to stretch yourself a little further both creatively and technically.
This session is limited to 14 students only
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