In this comprehensive two-day workshop Alan Schaller will concentrate on developing your photographic concepts while explaining his approach to shooting.
You will explore how to create a defined signature style and how to best market your work in the digital age. He will also be taking you on an afternoon shooting sessionaround his favourite spots in London.
Venue: Leica Studio, 27 Bruton Place, London, W1J 6NQ
Date: 19 th & 20 th August 2017
Day 1: 10.30-19.00
Day 2: 10.30-17.30
Refreshments / Lunch included
Participants are welcome to loan Leica equipment on request (please see Participant Notes)
Day 1) 10am meet at Leica Mayfair.
Day 2) at Leica Mayfair (10.30am - 5.30pm)
This workshop is open to all levels of photographers who are keen to grow their skill set. If borrowing Leica equipment, you will need to bring the following
Alan Schaller is a London based street photographer and photojournalist. He has worked in Africa, The Middle East, The USA, Australia and much of Asia and Europe.
Over time he has developed a distinctive black and white signature. Alan's eye tends to be drawn to emotive moments, geometric compositions and light play.
His work has been featured in The Financial Times, Time Out and The Independent among other international publications. He has worked for clients including Typhoo,Kew Gardens and London Fashion Week. Alan co-founded Street Photography International whose Instagram account is one of the biggest in the world for the genre, with six million views a month.
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Use of Leica Akademie equipment
Please act responsibly when using any Leica Akademie equipment. We recommend, for instance, that refreshments are kept at a safe distance from all electrical appliances.
For workshops where Leica equipment is to be taken off the premises, attendees will be asked for two forms of I.D. on arrival and their full name and address, which will be kept for the duration of the workshop only. This information is required for security and insurance purposes, and will not be passed to any third parties. If two forms of I.D. are not provided, we regret that the participant will not be able to attend.
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Health & Safety and Security
In attending any workshop, you must comply with the provisions of the health and safety policy applying to the Leica Akademie, and with all conditions and regulations made in respect of the Leica Akademie by the relevant fire authority. Copies of these policies are available to view on request.
You must comply with all guidelines and policies issued to you in connection with your use of the Akademie and the equipment therein. If, in our opinion, we consider that at any time up to and during the Akademie workshop you may cause damage to people or property, we reserve the right to terminate the workshop forthwith and you shall not be entitled to any refund of your fees.
The Leica Akademie facilities are to be found on the first and second floor of 27 Bruton Place, Mayfair W1J 6NQ. When arriving at 27 Bruton Place, London W1J 6NQ, please enter through the Leica Café Optik entrance (opposite the store), which is on the ground floor. We request that you arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before the start of the workshop, due to store opening hours and prior appointments. Due to other workshops, events and activities scheduled to take place at the Leica Akademie, Leica requests that attendees leave the Akademie training room promptly at the end of each workshop.
Please note that Leica Akademie group workshops usually take place in our studio training facility, which is located at the top of 33 stairs (2nd floor) at 27 Bruton Place, as well as out on location. If you have any accessibility needs or any other special requirements to attend a workshop, please contact the Leica Akademie to let us know and we will happily discuss any reasonable adjustments with you, for example, we may be able to run the Akademie from Café Optik on the ground floor.
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