Genre & Individual Style as a Photographer
What you'll learn
As a professional photographer in the Philippines, I’ve had to wear many hats to keep my craft a sustainable one. Shuffling from one genre to the next, it took a while until I found a comfortable niche that suited my personal style. In this 90-minute session, I will be sharing my journey as a lensman, how I ultimately discovered which genre of photography to specialize in, and how I developed a style owing to my newfound specialization. This will be a popcorn-style class where anyone may ask a question about their craft (or perhaps even mine) at any point. By the end of this workshop, you will have a better understanding of what questions you need to ask yourself as a photographer and how that can serve as a guide to your career (with your specialization, curation, and personal style in mind).
This class is perfect for
Entry to Mid Level Photographers
Aside from his work in and out of the studio, Artu has held several workshops both on-site and virtually in the last five years. He has done portrait training for the photographers of Great Image, style and signature searching through workshops with Nude Floor, and discussions on making photography a sustainable businesses in other platforms such as GetCraft. Artu also gives yearly portfolio reviews to starting out Filipino photographers. Recently, he started a series called "Light Notes", where he breaks down the technicality of his photo shoots with lighting diagrams and stories. Latest additions to his teaching experience is hosting weekly sessions in audio-only social media platform Clubhouse called Tethered, and private lessons in Amphy.
What to bring
PDF of their current best 10 photographs, and their image sharing platform (website, Instagram, 500px, Flickr, etc.)
How to participate
Head to your confirmation email or booking page, and click the button to join the stream.
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