Know your camera well, but want to take your skills to the next level?
Interested in documentary-style photography?
Join us for a special one day Documentary Photography Masterclass with Fujifilm trainer and professional photographer Rizacan Kumas. We’ll be focusing on photographic storytelling with life around Tay Ho as our subject. You’ll choose your own story, but themes we may address include culture clash, expats in Vietnam and impact of the Coronavirus on daily life.
To take part, you should have a good understanding of your camera, including ISO and White Balance, and know basic composition techniques. Tuition and feedback will revolve around exploration of a theme, visual pacing and developing your own style.
Rizacan worked as an official Fujifilm workshop trainer in Istanbul, Turkey for four years. His work has been exhibited at the Leica Gallery in Istanbul and at Mannheim University in Germany. Rizacan’s most recent project is Crossing the Silk Road, documenting life today in the many Asian countries along the historic trading path. You can see Rizacan’s work at http://www.rizacankumas.com
With Rizacan Kumas
Thursday 4th of June
Where: Shooting around Tay Ho, Hanoi and meeting at a local cafe
How many: Max group size will be 4 participants
How much: $150 per person