I am now accepting bookings for my next workshop in my hometown Perugia (Italy) on the 19th and 20th June at €195.
Very limited places so early booking highly recommended!
Wed 19th shooting around the alleys of medieval city Perugia and Thurs 20th reviewing the works with plenty of information on the business of fine art photography.
Perugia is in Umbria and very close to Tuscany Florence, Siena and Rome. Feel free to ask for more info
Date: 19-20 Giugno 2019
Description: Workshop designed for amateurs and professionals who want to improve their photographic vision and build a portfolio.
Digital or Analog photography, 35mm, medium format, cheap & expensive cameras welcome.
-Introduction to photography
-How to start a photographic project
-Shooting Central London
-Learn how to frame and shoot strangers
-Review of the shooting
-Editing your work
-Build your own portfolio
-How visual storytelling can be used to develop a concept
-Edit and sequence to reveal a narrative
-Publish a book
-Find the right publisher for your work
-How to approach commercial galleries, editors, magazines
-Sell your work to collectors.
Wednesday 19th June: 10.30 – 4.30
Thursday 20th June: 10.30 – 2.30
meeting point: Piazza IV Novembre, Perugia
Places are very limited.
Info and booking:
Giacomo Brunelli (b. Perugia, 1977) moved to London 10 years ago and has since then published 3 books, “The Animals” (2008 Dewi Lewis Publishing), “Eternal London” (2014 Dewi Lewis Publishing) and “Self Portraits” (2017 Editions Bessard).
In 2014 he was commissioned by The Photographers’Gallery (London) to produce a body of work over two years, “Eternal London”.
His work has been exhibited at The Barbican (Uk), The New Art Gallery Walsall (Uk), BlueSky Gallery, Portland (Usa), Format Festival, Derby (Uk), Triennial of Photography Hamburg (Germany), Nordic Light Festival (Norway).
He has had shows at commercial galleries like The Photographers’Gallery (London), Peter Fetterman Gallery (Santa Monica, Usa), Galerie Camera Obscura (Paris), Robert Morat Galerie (Berlin).
It has been featured widely in the press including BBC (Uk), The Guardian (Uk) and The Telegraph (Uk) amongst others.
He photographs with a camera from the 60s and he prints his black and white prints in his darkroom.