I am sure that most of you know by now that the first workshop based on Street Photographer’s Toolbox is to be held in Berlin June 20 – 23, 2013. Participants will be limited from 4 to 6 people. There is a PreShop as well as PostShop in addition to the actual WorkShop in Berlin.
A second workshop will be held in Berlin September 19 -22, 2013. With possible minor adjustments the program will be the same.
You can read about the Overall Agenda by clicking this link.
The principal issue in Berlin will be how to make Itching Images. Meaning images that are more than mere street documentation.
To get as much time as possible for photography when in Berlin participants are asked to prepare. These preparations have now begun.
Obviously program details will be preserved for participants, but from time to time we will trailer some of it at here at Street Photographer’s Toolbox. The reasons for this are two: First of all the program also belong to Street Photographer’s Toolbox, and secondly to keep up the level of information about the workshops.
The three slides you see in this post are three of many, many more. They deal with Gestalt Factors, which are one of the very important sources dealing with Itching Images. Each factor is actually the mother of a series of Itching Models, that there already is a list of at Street Photographer’s Toolbox. You will find them in the link section at the right hand side.
For those wanting to go to Berlin, for one of the two workshops already planned, there is a closed Facebook group already running. The PreShop operates from that group.
Now you know some of the things going on.
Stay tuned to Street Photoghapher’s Toolbox. There will be more about this pretty soon.
For instance: What Is Below The Line Impact in Street Photography?; Where Does The Idea Of Itching Images Come From?; and Can I Engage In This Program Without Going To Berlin?
These are some of the questions asked and answered.
As for now, what don’t you just engage in the tasks given in the three slides above. Good luck with it.
© Knut Skjærven. All rights reserved. Text and photo.
Copenhagen April 1, 2013.
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