Photography Workshop for Young People

As part of GSFI’s SCOPE program, I am putting on a photography workshop for young people in Albany, Western Australia (my hometown!) on Sunday, 22nd August 2010.

“In this exciting and inspiring workshop with Perth photographer Samm Blake learn how to find your own artistic style, how to shoot manually with a camera, how to use different lenses, work with natural light, learn all about displaying and sharing your images and much, much more. Taking part in these workshops will inspire you to find your own voice as a photographer and explore your own creative style.

You will also learn the art of storytelling using your images so you are able to create great images that ultimately are a collaboration between the photographer (you!) and the subject. You can bring your own camera too, however this is not a requirement. The Info Session and workshop is being offered through GSFI’s SCOPE program for young people 12-25yrs, parents and members of the community are also invited to attend on Sunday August 22nd.”

12 – 25yrs Group
Info Session – 10am – 11am
Workshop – 11.30am – 1.30pm
Cost – $15 pp (inc GST & Administration costs)

Parents/Community Members Group
Info Session – 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Workshop – 3pm – 5pm
Cost – $35 pp (inc GST & Administration costs)

These sessions will be held in the Museum of WA’s old school rooms.

For more information or to secure your spot, please email admin@gsfi.org.au.

(just to add a note… these photography workshop are not for professional photographers, I am not covering anything to do with a operating a wedding photography business. Im not earning any money from this, I am doing this to give back to community that I grew up in and hopefully be able to inspire some young people to become photographers, cause really, its the best job in the universe ;)

  • Michelle said:

    Nooooo! Albany's too far away to justify a trip down for a workshop! Lol.

  • Maisie said:

    Nice Lonely Brothers poster up there :P Heehee, what naughty person stuck it to a wall so well? I hope the workshop went well, would've LOVED to have been there.