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Workshops 2013?

Hi,

Which is the photojournalism workshop to apply for 2013?

by Karim at 2013-02-22 10:00:40 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

pho[to-Be]rlin is a new photographic project that consists both of a series of in-depth workshops on a number of issues related to the city and of open lectures held by award-winning international photo-reporters, the output will contribute to an on-going contemporary documentation of Berlin and its stories.
http://www.photo-berlin.org/

by Linda Ferrari | 25 Feb 2013 12:02 | Berlin, Germany | | Report spam→
Check-out the Momenta Workshops (www.momentaworkshops.com. They provide excellent workshops for photojournalists and humanitarian photographers in India, South Africa and Vietnam, as well as some domestic venues like New Orleans and Washington DC. Momenta assigns photographers to work with local NGOs to produce a portfolio of story-telling images. For the NGO, it’s an opportunity to get a collection of work they could never afford on their own. And for the photographer, there is an opportunity to learn how to conceive, shoot and edit photo stories, as well as get some good vibes for helping a deserving a non-profit. Unlike other workshop programs, Momenta does not go for the big-name star instructors. Instead, students work with highly accomplished photographer/editors who are skilled photo story tellers. Another plus to this program is that editors will review 100 percent of your work for the day — not just your 10 or 20 best shots. You’ll work hard, learn a lot and have a great time.

by Robert Dodge | 25 Feb 2013 18:02 | Washington DC, United States | | Report spam→
I attended a Momenta workshop in India in 2011. I had a brilliant experience and learn a lot on NGO and business management. I would recommend Momenta workshops to anyone. They have a great working ethics and provide you with the perfect working environment. Daily assignments and reviews, 100% honest and dedicated to you and your apprenticeship. If you wanna learn, you will be served. If you have any questions about it get in contact with them, they have a brilliant team. And if you want me to talk with you about my experience there in more details please, dont hesitate to ask.

by Claire Kern | 25 Feb 2013 21:02 (ed. Feb 25 2013) | Cardiff, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Check the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop, July this year in Sarajevo. Totally worth it if you can make it there.

by Patricio Murphy | 26 Feb 2013 01:02 | Buenos Aires, Argentina | | Report spam→
I 2nd the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop, excellent! Best instructors: http://www.foundryphotoworkshop.org/category/2013-sarajevo-instructors/

by Erik Annis | 26 Feb 2013 02:02 | | Report spam→
Foundry. It started here on Lightstalkers, the people running it are all volunteers, and it has a terrific faculty (all of whom are also volunteering their time to help emerging photographers). And the price is right – intended for those in need of the boost up the story-telling ladder. Finally, in the end it gives you a strong network of significant players in the industry.

by Neal Jackson | 02 Mar 2013 09:03 (ed. Mar 2 2013) | Washington, DC, United States | | Report spam→
Neal, it is only for young turks or old shaggy like me can attend also? I’m very interested at.

by Yves Choquette | 02 Mar 2013 13:03 | Montreal, Canada, Canada | | Report spam→
STEFANO DE LUIGI open lecture and “CINEMA MUNDI” WORKSHOP MARCH 7-10, 2013
GUILLAUME HERBAUT open lecture and “MEMORY OF THE HOLOCAUST” WORKSHOP APRIL 25-28, 2013
WALTER ASTRADA open lecture and “COVERING THE CRISIS” WORKSHOP MAY 23-26, 2013
JOCELYN BAIN HOGG open lecture and “PLEASURE ISLAND” WORKSHOP JUNE 20-23, 2013
JAMES WHITLOW DELANO open lecture and “VIETNAMESE COMMUNITY” WORKSHOP JULY 25-28, 2013

The participation fee for active participant is 390,00 euro (VAT excluded)
The participation fee for listener place is 120,00 euro (VAT excluded)

by Linda Ferrari | 02 Mar 2013 14:03 | Berlin, Germany | | Report spam→
Check out Angkor Photo Workshop, it’s FREE for Emerging photographers in Asia (http://apws.wordpress.com/)
Foundry is also great and they offer tuition discounts or scholarships as well (http://www.foundryphotoworkshop.org/).
Eddie Adams is another tuition FREE workshop in the US, it’s accepting submission right now (http://www.eddieadamsworkshop.com/).
Another one that I recommend is Missouri photo workshop. Tuition is quite affordable and they also offer some scholarships (http://mophotoworkshop.org/).

by Andri Tambunan | 02 Mar 2013 16:03 (ed. Mar 2 2013) | Jakarta, Indonesia | | Report spam→
‘At Home’ with David Alan Harvey in Brooklyn, NY, May 19 to 25, 2013. Contact candy@burnmagazine.org or visit http://www.burnmagazine.org/workshops/

I took it in 2008. Harvey helped me with editing and ‘locking in’ an essay. Hard work and fun.

by MACLELLAN | 03 Mar 2013 19:03 | Windsor ON, Canada | | Report spam→
Yves, in concepts it’s for “emerging” photographers. I think that’s a little self-defining, but there have definitely been some geezers in it in the past.

by Neal Jackson | 06 Mar 2013 09:03 | Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | | Report spam→
Neal thank you for the answer but I thought that “emerging photographers” mean this definition that I often see in contest rules: “Emerging does not meant age, it meant that your work has not reach a vast audience or has not been seriously publish so far”. So the reason I took the chance to ask you. If for you emerging = under 30 that another story. let me know if you decide to organize a more “inclusive” workshop.

Thank you

Yves

by Yves Choquette | 06 Mar 2013 14:03 | Montreal, Canada, Canada | | Report spam→
That was my point, Yves. It’s not age-based. I think there used to be something on the site that once said about being a pro for less than three years, but I know that there have been people there who were in their 50s and 60s. And BTW, while I teach a workshop at Foundry, by now means did I organize it. The guy who did it is Eric Becroft from Provo, Utah.

by Neal Jackson | 06 Mar 2013 15:03 | Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | | Report spam→
Ok so I misunderstand your point Neal. So I hope there is some room left.

Thank

Yves

by Yves Choquette | 06 Mar 2013 17:03 | Montreal, Canada, Canada | | Report spam→
Yves, I attended 2011 Foundry here at Buenos Aires, and I’m 47. I think I was probably the oldest of the bunch, but there were a couple more in their 40’s. It was a terrific experience, and will probably repeat it if Foundry ever comes somewhere close to Argentina again.

by Patricio Murphy | 06 Mar 2013 19:03 | Buenos Aires, Argentina | | Report spam→
Hello Patricio

Great! I have register an payed earlier today for the 2013 workshop in Sarajevo. I’m very excited.

by Yves Choquette | 06 Mar 2013 20:03 (ed. Mar 6 2013) | Montreal, Canada, Canada | | Report spam→

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Participants

Karim, Photographer Karim
Photographer
Guatemala City , Guatemala
Linda Ferrari, coordinator Linda Ferrari
coordinator
Milan , Italy
Robert Dodge, Robert Dodge
[location unknown]
Claire Kern, Documentary Photographer Claire Kern
Documentary Photographer
Cardiff , United Kingdom
Patricio Murphy, Musician, photographer Patricio Murphy
Musician, photographer
Buenos Aires , Argentina
Erik Annis, Photographer Erik Annis
Photographer
[undisclosed location].
Neal Jackson, Neal Jackson
(Flaneur, Savant and Scapegrace)
Washington, Dc , United States ( IAD )
Yves Choquette, Photojournalist Yves Choquette
Photojournalist
Montreal , Canada
Andri Tambunan, Documentary Photographer Andri Tambunan
Documentary Photographer
(Available for Assignments)
Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia
MACLELLAN, Photographer MACLELLAN
Photographer
Windsor , Canada ( DTW )


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