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People & Cityscape Workshop Oslo 2019 – Keith Moss & Bjørn Joachimsen

Do you want to learn more about how to engage people, show city life and urban landscapes through photographs? We offer this workshop to inspire you and share our insights, experience and techniques within street portraiture and cityscape photography – and our aim is to give your confidence a boost and to inspire you when working in urban contexts.
During this three day workshop we will give lectures, walk around together with you, give individual tuition – and give image critique from the material you create. This fascinating, insightful photography event will take place in Oslo on May 23rd–26th 2019.

Photographers – amateurs and professionals alike – are invited to join this analog photography experience in Oslo. We will work hard from early morning until late in the evening to help you improve your photographic vision and skills. We are proud to facilitate a workshop that is sponsored by Ilford Photo – a major player within analog photography since 1879. The workshop is also sponsored by Lotus View Camera, Austria– known for their craft built cherrywood cameras.

The workshop targets photographers that are passionate about people and the environment in which they live, work and shop and what might occur on a day to day basis, but the approaches and the way we work may deviate from what is usually thought of as “street photography”. We will definitely photograph in the streets of Oslo, but, we are not the typical candid photographers who spy on people with our cameras and long lenses. Keith is very fond of street portrait photography, he has a unique skill in connecting to and communicating with people he meets on the streets often getting up close and personal, so this will be a key component in this workshop.
Keith Moss -
Keith Moss
Keith Moss -
Keith Moss
Bjørn Joachimsen -
Bjørn Joachimsen

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