Shoot It Tell It – a guide to creating a photo story- School of Activism
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Do you have something to say? Or a story to tell?
This course for 12 - 18 year olds explores how to use your camera to tell a story.
Over three practical sessions photographers Lisa Furness & Colin Moody will take you through the process of creating a photo story.
Part 1: Monday April 8th 1-5pm - a session on choosing your subject and introducing basic photography tips and techniques.
Part 2: Monday April 15th 3-5pm - review session, a chance to look through what has been done so far and agree on the next steps
Part 3: Thursday April 18th 3-5pm - last session to put the final, edited photo stories together.
Screening Thursday April 18th 5-6.30pm - the course will end with a public screening of the finished photo stories created during the course, friend & family are welcome to attend.
Steet photographer Colin and his camera are well known figures in Stokes Croft and he has become well known for his passionate belief that the camera can be used as a tool for good – to reveal hidden stories and to give representation to those who would otherwise be left out. His book about the people of Stokes Croft has proved immensly popular since it’s release last october.
The haunting, empty scenes from fine art photographer Lisa Furness have featured in exhibitions in London, Berlin, Liverpool and Barcelona, but her true love is Bristol, where, in 2007 she set up Second Look – a volunteer run project dedicated to promoting creative photography in the city.