Portugal (Lisbon and Porto) with Andrey Zeigarnik

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Apr 29, 2013 – May 5, 2013

Genre: Street, Art

The workshop has been completed

Manager: Karen Hovhannisian

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.

 

© Elena Malysheva

© Anastasia Kuznetsova

© Sergey Bogomolov

18 photos from 7 authors

Lead photographer

Andrey Zeygarnik

Photographer, specialized in art-photography since 2003. A chemist by education. Has various interests, and a number of publications in the areas of chemistry, physics, mathematics, artificial intelligence, history of psychology, theory of photography. Works in a publishing house. Teaches courses on theory of composition in photography.

List of participants is visible to the club members, who have attended at least one workshop.

About the workshop

Practical workshop on street photography. In a good company and led by an experienced photographer. The main emphasis is on individual work in the process of photo shooting. Andrey is planning to join for the walk each of the participants, who are willing to.

Program hide

Day 1 (April 29, Monday)
Arrival to Lisbon. Check-in to the hotel. Introduction.

Day 2 (April 30, Tuesday)
Street photography in Lisbon (morning and evening), discussion of the photos during the day

Day 3 (May 1, Wednesday)
Street photography in Lisbon.

День 4 (May 2, Thursday)
Street photography in Lisbon (morning and evening), discussion of the photos during the day.

Day 5 (May 3, Friday)
Transfer to Porto late in the morning, check-in to the hotel, getting acquainted to the city.

Day 6 (May 4, Saturday)
Street photography in Porto (morning and evening), discussion of the photos during the day.

Day 7 (May 5, Sunday)
Departure day

Useful information

Anyone can join the group.There are no particular requirements as regards to the photo equipment or the level of preparedness. The only thing that you need to have is a desire to shoot artistically. For the beginners, it is desirable to master basic shooting skills, some knowledge of camera controls and elementary skills in photo processing, so we lose less time on discussing technical aspects.