Beyond Snapping: Photography workshop with Exposure Leeds

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Beyond Snapping: Photography workshop with Exposure Leeds

Post  laylabloom on Thu Nov 07, 2013 6:25 am


Image: Spurn Head, showing the sea on the left, the River Humber on the right and the lighthouse in the distance (a second copy). Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964) By Marie Hartley. Image © The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery

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A workshop to help new and not-so-new photographers stimulate their vision and develop their skills.

Inspired by our current photography exhibition of works by Chen Man we are delighted to offer you the chance to work alongside Exposure Leedswww.exposureleeds.org, a not-for-profit social enterprise supporting community photography.

This workshop will be led by Anne Akers of Exposure Leeds who will encourage participants to input a new level of creativity into their photography in this fun and free workshop. The group will discuss the medium of photography as more of an art form and will be set practical tasks based on this theme. These will be carried out inside the gallery before returning to critique each other's work at the end of the session.

Please note that participants need to bring their own camera(s).

[b]This is a free workshop but places are limited so please book in advance.

To book your place contact us via email or telephone or visit our online booking system:

gallery@leeds.ac.uk
(0113) 343 2778
www.happy-snapping.eventbrite.co.uk[b]

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