One Day Workshop
Sat, Jan. 29, 2022
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Taught in English and Spanish
The fee includes 3 prints
(Members have a 20% discount with code)
92 4 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
We are often not aware of what surrounds us. Daily commitments consume our day, our senses dim, and we ignore what occurs in silence.
There’s a world out there, outside of our routine, and a camera is the perfect instrument to give presence and permanence to that which will only occur only once.
During this Photowalk on Lincoln Road, we will learn to observe, predict and appreciate the exciting opportunities found in street photography.
Participants will learn to create visual “short stories”, from their unique point of view, using shadows, people, structures, and objects, developing a greater sense of comfort and inspiration for photography in public settings.
We will leave behind the fear of approaching people, learning to accept rejections, and enjoy the moments when we are allowed to be part of people’s lives for a moment.
Once we finish, we will learn to use Lightroom, an editing program that allows us to organize the files in order to edit and save them.
The fee includes three prints of your work.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Pedro Wazzan is a Venezuelan photographer based in Miami, Florida. His work endures and resists the rush of trends resulting in a kaleido-scopic iris that captures and interprets life into his personal visual language. Wazzan has been teaching photography for the last fourteen years and has participated in many exhibitions in Venezuela and the USA. He is a Permanent Resident Artist at the Bakehouse Art Complex where his solo show “IntheStudio” has become permanent. This last work received a Grant from The Oolite Arts/TheEllies Award in 2020.