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“Urban Geographies. Storytelling” – Workshop with George Georgiou in Lublin

“How different people use the city every day, how new levels of architecture, signage and street furniture add something to what was already there. Like different social, economic and ethnic groups of the case, they appropriate, shape and adapt to the city".
George Georgiou on the "Last Stop" project

„Urban Geographies. Storytelling” workshop, lead by George Georgiou, offers a three-day intensive photography experience within the unique space of Lublin, Poland. Workshop focuses on exploring the public space and its complexity and the skills needed to develop a story that fits each participants’ style of work and concerns.
George Georgiou will lead the group through the process of constructing the subject matter and its treatment, shooting, editing and sequencing of the images, reviews, group critiques, mentoring – providing the opportunity to learn and improve one’s photographic skills of storytelling. The workshop will help you master composition and develop your visual literacy, while refining practical and conceptual approaches to develop a narrative skills.

Theme:  Storytelling, documentary photography, urban landscape

Organizer:   Eastreet

Starting date:   July 10, 2015

Ending date:    July 12, 2015

Location:    Lublin

maximun participants:    10

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