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2. CREATIVE & PERFORMING ARTS » Photography

DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY - Photojournalism

Course ID 40147
Price $50.00 (GST included)
Status Places are available.
Location St Lukes, 4 Heydon Street Mosman
Tutor Richard Lynch
Sessions 1 session of 3.5 hours
Start date Friday, 16 November 2018
Finish date Friday, 16 November 2018
Time 9.30am - 1.00pm

*Pre-requisite: Documentary Photography - The Visual Narrative.

Photojournalism is a unique and powerful form of visual storytelling originally created for print magazines and newspapers but has now morphed into multimedia and even documentary filmmaking. Photojournalism works on multiple levels, from covering breaking news and conflict, to forming visual narratives and feature stories that help to illuminate and clarify the issues of our time with a depth and perspective that few other mediums can achieve.

Through the internet, apps and the mobile device explosion, photojournalism can now reach audiences never before imagined with immediate impact, while continuing to write our visual history and form our collective memories.

*Pre-requisite: Documentary Photography - The Visual Narrative.

Choose from the following dates:

Friday 2 November 9.30am - 1.00pm

About the presenter

Richard is a photographer with Imaging Vision niche blending street and fine art photography, specialising in Adobe Lightroom and empowering creatives through exhibition production management with Urban Collective.

He is a current member and event organiser of the Sydney Street Photographers Meetup group, and organiser of the Adobe Lightoom Meetup group.

Richard is pursuing new career directions into the photographic, digital imaging and creative arts industries and has recently completed a Diploma of Photo Imaging at CATC Design School in The Rocks and Ultimo.

He has recently exhibited photographic works in 2014 and 2015 in The Rocks, Sydney.


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