Undiscovered Milan – a mini photo workshop with the founder of the Strippers Photo Collective

MILAN, ITALY

Offered by: Diego Bardone (Well published Italian street photographer and Milan native. Author of the book “Street Life Milano”)

$200 per person

up to 5 people

approx. 6 hours

Street Photography

Take a trip into undiscovered and new Milan neighborhoods in this mini photo workshop offered by Milan native and the founder of “The Strippers” Photo Collective, Diego Bardone.

If you’ve primarily known Milan as a bustling modern city and its fashion scene, this experience takes you beyond the usual tourist traps into lesser-known neighborhoods where you can capture a different side of Milan.

  • Improve your street photography skills and discover the real humanist street photography with one of the leading street photographers in Italy.
  • Explore an old neighborhood like Old Chinatown or a new neighborhood like the Garibaldi district.
  • Get insights from a leading street photographer born and brought up in Milan

This experience is for anyone with an interest in street photography and humanist photography.

  • The workshop will start with introductions and a short briefing about the day and a little history about the neighborhoods.
  • Learn the technical aspects of street photography including the use of different focal lengths
  • Learn how to approach your subject with respect
  • Wear a pair of comfortable shoes, fall in love and follow Diego on a slow walk to improve your vision on the streets
  • Diego will be happy to provide a critique of your photos after the workshop via email or through Facebook.
  • The workshop will start in the morning with a coffee break in the morning and a lunch break at one of the best Pizza places in Milan

Additional information

Meeting point
Large Garibaldi square (Garibaldi green metro line stop)

Recommended equipment
Camera with one lens no longer than 50mm or a zoom no longer than 24-70. No Iphones.

Activity level
Medium

Important Notes
Food is not included but is relatively inexpensive (not more than 20 USD for pizza, coffee, and a soda)

Recommended Reading
» Diego Bardone