Saturday, June 5th – Sunday, June 6th 10am-6pm
Photographers often have unwritten lists of subjects they tell themselves not to photograph—things that are cliché, exploitative, derivative, sometimes even arbitrary.
Are there things you tell yourself not to photograph?
Has someone ever told you that a subject was off-limits?
Are there subjects you’ve never photographed?
How about subjects you’ve over-photographed?
Are there pictures you make but don’t show anyone?
In this 2-day workshop, we will wander around Venice (one of the most over-photographed locations) and try to overcome our self-imposed rules to make “good” pictures of things we usually try to avoid. Expect to be outside as much as possible, and when inside, to wear masks and stay COVID-safe.
A workshop that is perfectly in line with the times and inspired by Photo No-Nos, a book edited by Fulford and published by Aperture, which collects the answers of 240 photographers and photo professionals to the same question: the result is over 1000 taboo topics, organized alphabetically, with personal anecdotes from each contributor.
The workshop with Jason Fulford in Venice is the necessary exercise to resume activity after this long and forced suspension.
Cost: 350€ + VAT
300 € + VAT if you subscribe before April 10 or if you have already attended one of our workshops
Info and subscriptions: [email protected]
Cover image © Jason Fulford