Festival of documentary photography | 23 - 28 July |
Fotopub festival 2012 will be entirely dedicated to Europe. We will invite the most talented photographers from all corners of the European Union to let them share there vision on the continent. Europe is experiencing huge changes. Both culturally and financially. The word of the day has become the “C” word. C as Crisis. How are we photographers dealing with this? How does this reflect in our work? There are a lot of questions we ask ourselves these days. A new era. You can even call it redefining. Like Europe is redefining itself. Lets share our view on Europe and call it Eurovision!
We welcome you to our photographic workshops set up at different levels, from beginner to masterclass. In the week of workshops, students work on a project within a chosen theme. Our goal at the end of workshops is that students will gain new knowledge, information and above all enthusiasm for photographing after Fotopub.
Mentor of master class will be ZED NELSON (United Kingdom) was born in East Africa, Nelson graduated from Westminster University, London, with a degree in photography and filmmaking.
PIOTR MALECKI (Poland) and META KRESE (Slovenia) will be conducting the advanced class.
Uroš Abram (Slovenia) will be will be conducting the beginner workshop.More: www.abramphotography.com
Anna Stevens (United Kingdom) is multimedia producer for Panos Pictures, a London-based photo agency specializing in global social issues.
Wet plate collodion workshop
Wet Plate Collodion is a pioneer photographical technique invented in 1851. Workshop will be conducted under mentorship of Miša Keskenović (Serbia), a true master in photography techniques of 19th Century and Borut Peterlin (Slovenia) as his assistant.
More info about Fotopub 2012 mentors: Fotopub
Applications are open, so please visit our website for registration and aditional information: www.fotopub.com
Direct application form can be found here: Fotopub
We offer 20% of discount to all the applicants who will pay full price before 1.6. 2011. Please be aware that the number of participants is limited.
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