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Well, a new class is coming up, and I’m encouraging you to consider signing up.
The new class begins 20th October until 10th November, and Mimi says….
The Workshop theme is “Edges of the City”.
And Special Guests (99% confirmed) are Helene Binet Photographer, Kate Edwards Picture Editor The Guardian Weekend Magazine and Johanna Neurath Commisioning Editor T&H
I’ve worked with Mimi when he supplied an Instruction to participants in the Street Photography Now Project, and I was quite involved in seeing the planning and implementation of his first Photowrap class last spring. Both times, Mimi was really hands on, engages with his students extremely well, and does everything he can to make sure his projects are fair and serious value for money.
He’s extremely supportive in helping photographers develop photoessays and is also a great teacher of technique and making strong single images.
I love it when I can type something like this up, and say that I can’t recommend his workshop highly enough, without it being hype at all. It’s just the truth.
If you’re looking to improve your documentary photography, this is one workshop that is seriously worth considering.
But consider fast, because places are limited and they went like hot cakes last time. 😉
The London Street Photography Festival was a massive success in its first year, this summer. With a range of work that included images by members of in-Public, Mimi Mollica, George Georgiou, Vivian Maier, and many others, it was a real delight to walk around Camden and take in the inspiration.
To help pay the costs of organising this festival, the Festival Team have organised an auction of prints featured in the festival. A great opportunity to see some of this work again, and to take some of it home with you.
From the London Street Photography Festival Team:
FESTIVAL FUNDRAISING AUCTION
Please join us for the final event of LSPF 2011…
Festival Fundraising Auction
24 August 2011, German Gymnasium
Help us raise funds to ensure the festival is here next year. Enjoy a night of entertainment and fun and have the opportunity to bid on prints from the festival, photographic experiences and much more! Tickets: £20 (includes food, drinks and raffle ticket)
You can find more information about this auction here.
If you want to buy tickets straight away, you can do so here.