Dynamic Composition for Visual Storytellers

International live online photography workshop in six sessions
Adult Workshops
Zwei Bäume vor einem an einem Zaun befestigten Hintergrund der einen Wald darstellt mit violetten Blumen. Dahinter eine Wand aus Fliesen.
© Anja Hitzenberger, StrudelmediaLIVE
With

Anja Hitzenberger . StrudelmediaLIVE

Language

English

Registration
Online

Registration fee

320 euros (incl. Live-Online Guided Tour and six sessions) max. 8 participants 
[No class on Nov 24 for the US Thanksgiving holiday]

Time

Wednesdays,
Oct 27–Dec 08, 2021
06:00–08:
00 p.m. Berlin Time
(12:00–02:00 p.m. NYC Time)

In this live online course, you’ll refine your composition skills and improve your photographic seeing, to tell stronger stories with your pictures. Weekly exercises will help you develop a heightened sensitivity to your surroundings, by photographing in urban environments (indoors and outdoors) using a variety of compositional tools. We’ll cover how to best compose space when people are included in the composition, and during group critique we’ll discuss effective editing and analyze what works in an image – and what doesn’t. For inspiration we’ll take a look at historical and contemporary photographers and study their approaches to image composition and storytelling.

A special highlight of the workshop will be a live online tour through the exhibition Lee Friedlander . Retrospective at C/O Berlin with chief curator Felix Hoffmann (date to be announced).

Anja Hitzenberger is a photographer, video artist and educator. She is the founder of StrudelmediaLive, which offers live online photography courses for people participating from around the world. She is on the faculty of the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York, and her artwork has been exhibited in solo and group shows, at film festivals and on theater stages throughout Europe, the United States, South America and Asia. Her current focus is on urban spaces and changing environments, and how these changes affect our society. She has received numerous art grants and has completed residencies in Rome, Paris, Warsaw, Beijing and Tainan. Originally from Salzburg, Austria, she divides her time between New York and Vienna, Austria.

 

 

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