Street Photography workshop
7 May 2022
Saturday, 1-4pm (AEST)
State Library Precinct
State Library Victoria Forecourt (outdoor) [i]
328 Swanston St, Melbourne
$65 full price, $45 concession
Learn techniques and tips for achieving unique and striking images with photographer Sarah Pannell.
With a small group of keen photographers, you will explore PHOTO 2022’s outdoor artworks in the CBD as a backdrop for capturing the movement and energy of the city.
Participants will be guided through different conceptual and technical approaches to street photography.
Please bring along the following items:
- Camera of choice — any type will do (digital or film), polaroid, smartphone!
- Comfy shoes for walking
- Drink bottle
- Note pad and pen (or people can take notes on their phone)
- Rain jacket or umbrella if its forecast to rain
The meeting place is State Library forecourt (next to Anu Kumar’s PHOTO 2022 work).
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Sarah Pannell (AU)
Born 1988, Melbourne, Australia
Lives and works Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Pannell is an Australian photographer whose work concerns culture, landscape, tradition and community. Curiosity spurs Pannell to travel as often as she can to where she can observe and explore shifting cultures and changing spaces. This fascination with humans’ ever-evolving dance with their surrounding environments has led to an array of projects focussing on everyday life, preservation of traditions and communities around the world.