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  • STREET PHOTOGRAPHY DOUBLE FIELD TRIP! WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS JESSE MARLOW & MISHO BARANOVIC

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY DOUBLE FIELD TRIP! WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS JESSE MARLOW & MISHO BARANOVIC

3 March 2012

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STREET PHOTOGRAPHY DOUBLE FIELD TRIP!
WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS JESSE MARLOW & MISHO BARANOVIC

FIELD TRIP ONE:
Join 2011 International Street Photography Award Winner and OCULI photographer JESSE MARLOW as he guides you around Melbourne's city streets and laneways. With JESSE's expert guidance you'll begin to see your city in a new light. As a group we'll explore the challenges of working in a public space and how you each might go about finding your own personal style.

FIELD TRIP TWO:  Join MISHO BARANOVIC, a new breed of photographer working in mobile street photography. MISHO's work was recently featured in the first Australian ‘iphoneography' exhibition as part of the Head On photo festival in Sydney. MISHO will take us through his approach, favourite apps and in-phone editing programs and his top 10 tips for mobile street photography. Then we'll head out as a group to document Melbourne.

The Details

SATURDAY 3 MARCH 2012:
Field trip one JESSE MARLOW 11AM-1.30PM
Field trip two MISHO BARANOVIC 2.30PM-4.30PM

PRICE PER WORKSHOP: $15 Non-member; $10 Friends of MGA
PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED: please call to book 03 8544 0500

WHAT TO BRING:
Your camera gear or smart phone; appropriate footwear and clothing for the weather; food to keep you going or cash to purchase. We highly suggest a raincoat - over the last three years we have not run a single outdoor field trip without rain!

SUITABILITY:
As the participating photographers will be roaming the city streets of Melbourne with intermittent supervision, these workshops are suitable for adults over 18 years of age only, unless accompanied by a guardian.

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