Join Alex in this intense experience to find your inner vision through the street photography narrative and documenting the human condition in the vibrant barrio of Zona Rosa, Mexico City as it comes to life during the blue hour.
Zona Rosa (Pink Zone) is a vibrant barrio, full of bars, clubs and teeming with people. It is also been the heart of the LGBTQ community in Mexico City. In recent years it has also been a neighborhood where many Koreans have settled.
Get insights from Alex who has been living and photographing in Mexico City for over 10 years and is intimately familiar with the neighborhood.
If you want to learn how to work in a historic barrio of Mexico City and spending 4 hours learning the tips, tricks, and secrets of a published street photographer and photojournalist this is the workshop for you.
This experience is well suited for photographers of all levels who are interested in street photography and shooting alongside an established and published photojournalist.
The main goals of this workshop are:
– Creating street photos of documentary value
– To increase the understanding of the process behind creating reportages and building a successful photographic project
– To help photographers becoming sensitive and conscious visual storytellers able to recognize when they have a good picture, with real value and impact on the audience
– Alex believes in mentorship that goes beyond just the workshop. You will have the opportunity to build an ongoing mentor-mentee relationship going forward if you so desire at no extra cost
To be determined prior to experience based on the location of the client
Any camera and lens are fine, would recommend the 24 to 35mm range. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.
Alex is fluent in English, Italian, and Spanish
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