In October David Trattles lead a group of photographers on a social documentary adventure, helping them use their cameras to tell stories.
The workshop was popular drawing people from afar – we had calls from Toronto and Europe about Dave’s fall course. There were more people interested than there were spaces.
It was so popular we have to hold it again – and the dates have been set:
Each session involves three hours with Dave (evenings and weekends) as he guides you through the art of story telling with your camera.
Dave does things differently! He does not lecture or teach f-stops, exposures and photoshop. He helps you see how to see, how to tell a story.
Each session includes, discussion, critique of your work, narrative and an assignment for you to complete for the next day.
David’s work has taken him around the world and has been published by a long list of clients.
To reserve your spot please register soon:
One October student said:
“Harry – thank you for introducing me to David. This course has changed the way I take photographs. More importantly it has changed the way I see myself and the world around me. It’s not about WHAT we see in the world through the rectangular viewfinder but HOW we see the world. My journey through photojournalism will begin with a smile and a hand shake, not the sound of a shutter.
This is me. This is what I want to do.”