This Sunday, we’ve got a special portrait photography workshop that we’re teaching involving how to use Fujifilm Instax Wide in the studio. Plus we’ve got more just for street photographers. Check out our upcoming curriculum.
In the Studio: Creating Professional Photographs with Instax Wide Film: March 19th (NYC)
If you’re one of those people that has always wanted to create a professional looking image with Instant Film, then you’ve come to the right place. Is it difficult? Not really; but it will surely require you to think in a different way.
On March 19th, The Phoblographer’s Chris Gampat will take you into the studio to create Instant Photos that look like they were professionally shot while still retaining that lo-fi charm that everyone loves. You’ll learn about posing for a portrait, idea generation, lighting, light modifiers, and so much more.
Oh yeah, and EVERYONE will walk away with fantastic photos that they’ll be proud of.
We promise you, this is the most bang for your buck Instant film photography workshop you’ll experience.
Where: Lomography Gallery Store
When: March 19th, 12:30PM
Price: $175, includes two packs of Fujifilm Instax Wide film
How to Become a Legitimate Street Photographer (Online)
Are you interested in learning how you can build an audience around your street photographer and turn it into a real business? This three-day live online workshop with Chris Gampat will give you an editor’s perspective on what it takes to become a famous street photographer. Chris the Editor-in-Chief of The Phoblographer, a nationally recognized blog for professional and aspiring photographers. Chris has helped thousands of photographers around the world grow their business. He is taking everything he knows about the world of street photography and packing into this interactive workshop.
Chris will show you how to navigate the street photography world, keep your chin up, cull your own portfolio, put together a website, build a following and network with the right people to get your work shown.
This workshop will cover:
– Taking amazing photos
– Developing Your Portfolio
– Building a Following
– Marketing Your Work on Social Media
Session One – Taking Great Photos
Chris will show you how to get out there and keep shooting. He’ll cover your tendencies and how to market them as your strengths and unique creative vision. Then he’ll get into how you can make images that you found to be lousy into great photos.
Session Two – Building Your Platform
Chris will explain how to build a platform for people to come see your work. Blogs, websites, Instagram, and Flickr will all be included.
Session Three – Marketing Your Work
Chris will talk about getting the word out there about your platform. He’ll explain how to talk to editors, Instagram curators, Flickr and Facebook groups to explore, etc. But we all know that networking isn’t just something done online, but also in person. So he’ll help you get off the ground there too.
Black and White Street Photography/Urban Geometry Workshop: April 29th-30th (NYC)
Join La Noir Image’s and The Phoblographer’s Editor in Chief Chris Gampat for an Adorama Event Space exclusive as he takes you on a journey to create better street photographs and through a growing new branch of street photography called Urban Geometry in this two day exclusive, limited-sized intensive course. Built on the ideals of great photographers such as Cartier-Bresson, #UrbanGeometry on Instagram has turned into a growing genre focusing on the way that the human eye perceives shapes and lines in a scene.
All attendees receive a free 24/7 Traffic Collection Sling bag.
Before the event, Chris will provide registrants with some material to look at. You’ll also become aware of how black and white photography works differently from color. He will teach you how to see the world in a different way.
Day 1: The class will commence with a few secret locations to be photographed and worked with by the small group. (12PM, a secret location)
Day 2: Attendees will find themselves back at Adorama to submit a single image of theirs shot during the session to be critiqued by Chris and the class. (11AM at the Adorama Event space)