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Workshop with Stefano De Luigi

Young patients are treated for squint at the National Institute of Ophthalmology Hospital, U.N.I.O., in Hanoi, Vietnam in May 2006. © Stefano De Luigi/VII Photo

Young patients are treated for squint at the National Institute of Ophthalmology Hospital, U.N.I.O., in Hanoi, Vietnam in May 2006. © Stefano De Luigi/VII Photo

Workshop: Visual Storytelling with Stefano De Luigi.
Main Location: Bar Floréal.photographie, 43 rue des Couronnes, Paris 75020, France | Official Website www.eyesinprogress.com | Workshop Calendar: 17-20 June 2015. Aim: Learn and improve how to build a documentary reportage by covering an editorial story.

The workshop is open to 12 participants, professional photographers and advanced amateurs who wish to improve their photographic style and technics or experiment with a new genre.
The aim of the workshop is to learn and improve how to build a documentary reportage by covering an editorial story. To refine storytelling and story composition by analyzing real-situation problems, images analysis, editing and captions writing. Most of all, the Visual Storytelling Workshops will help the participants discover their own visual language as well as practical and conceptual know-how to confront real situation reportage making. This workshop will also focus on how to gain a new perspective on one’s works and attitude.
“As a photographer working since 25 years I have developed an experience in prepearing my work with methode and discipline, before any departure. This practice, which could sounds a little obsessive, is extremely important, especially nowdays. Know excactly what is your project and know how to explain it in a synopsis, means, most of the time, to succed or not, in your work, means also, be able to convince the people of this industry being part of it . I would like to share, with the students, my experience, built on the collaboration along the years with some of the most important magazines such as Geo, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair.” (Stefano De Luigi)

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