Photos of the workshop participants
Here you can view the photos, taken by the workshop participants. These are the best works, selected by the master in the process of joint discussions.
© Alexander Dragunov
© Viacheslav Kulikov
© Dmitry Kuznetsov
67 photos from 15 authors
Renowned Russian photographer, photo-scriptwriter, "writer", clip-maker. A returning participant in the Moscow Biennale, "Fashion and style in photography" festival, as well as the large European fairs. Worked for several years with the projects of Yevgeny Grishkovets, publishing consequently first the "Costarica-soul", and then the "Indian summer" books.
List of participants is visible to the club members, who have attended at least one workshop.
About the workshop
«I’ve always prided myself on having been to Bangladesh. It’s my trump card whenever there’s talk about exotic places. To me „For Bangladesh!“ is a good toast or a name for a medal.
There is a hundred a fifty million of people living here. Imagine the entire population of Russia was herded into Vologda Oblast. You’re a white drop in the sea of dun-skinned inhabitants of Dhaka, Khulna, Rajshahi. And object of curiosity, because tourists don’t get this far and so hundreds of eyes follow you on a walk.
Haram, Islam, Shariah, any clothes you can imagine, Bengal tigers, painted rikshis, „No English,“ ridiculously low prices — a perfect place for a little slumming, just the way I like it. I know the places. They meet me halfway. A little rough experience for a taste of Bangladesh the way it really is — or rather the way she is, because the name is properly of the feminine gender.
This really is a very special journey, for the hardiest and bravest. If no one else comes, I’ll go alone, but you’ll regret missing this one-of-a-kind chance for the rest of your life.» Petr Lovygin
This is a hands-on workshop for genre and street photography, and we’ll work together on a creative project as well. The best pictures taken on the trip will go in an album, and every participant will receive a copy. During the trip enough time will be given for both independent photography and work with the group guide. The pictures will be regularly reviewed with a projector and discussed with the group.