Walking and Photography
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The activity of walking and photographing with other photographers dates back more than 100 years.
Discover the ritual of walking and how to incorporate this into your artistic practice to initiate new ideas and develop photographic work.
Throughout this course, we will discuss walking and photography as a meditative practice, the importance of getting lost, and gaining confidence.
Areas covered in this program
- The history of photography and its relationship with walking
- Creating a ritual and breaking habits
- Walking and reflection
- Getting lost and gaining confidence
- Responding to your environment
- The emotional landscape
- Photographing in early morning and evening light
- Editing and critiquing work
“But fear of making mistakes can itself become a huge mistake, one that prevents you from living, for life is risky and anything less is already a loss.” - Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to Getting Lost
Program Dates (5 Sessions) | 13 Hours Sydney
Session 1 - 6th August - 10am - 1pm (Classroom)
Session 2 - 27th August 8:00am - 10am (Walk - Venue TBA)
Session 3 - 3rd September - 10am - 1pm (Classroom)
Session 4 - 8th September - 6pm - 8:00pm (Walk - Venue TBA)
Session 5 - 24th September - 10am - 1pm (Classroom)
A series of exercises will be set at the end of each session to work through for the following session.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
0416 053 665
If you would prefer one on one mentorship and guidance please email us at email@example.com
All Images © Paul McDonald