LIVE ONLINE WORKSHOP

BREAKING BARRIERS IN PHOTOGRAPHY

WITH GUEST MENTOR TASNEEM ALSULTAN

ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

Photography has a lot to do with breaking down barriers, be it the barriers between the photographer and the subject, the barriers a photographer is faced with to suceed or the barriers of preconceived ideas that a photographer might tackle with their photography.

This workshop we have invited Tasneem Alsultan who will talking about collaborative storytelling, her photographic jouney and the balance she’s found between wedding photography and doccumentary photography, as well as how she is breaking down barriers with her own photography.

YOUR MENTOR

TASNEEM ALSULTAN

Tasneem Alsultan is an investigative photographer and storyteller. Her work largely focuses on documenting social issues and rights-based topics in Saudi Arabia and the Arab Gulf region through a gender lens, challenging stereotypical perceptions of the Middle East and portraying a region and people that do not conform to expectations.

Dates

7th of June from 1pm – 2:30pm New York | 6pm – 7:30pm London

Where

ONLINE & LIVE!

Once you have signed up you will be sent a ZOOM invitation via e-mail.

THE RAW SOCIETY MEMBERS: will also have access to the workshop recording.

    Material Needed

    Laptop/PC/Tablet with Zoom installed (if you do not have zoom we will send you the link to install it once you have signed up to the workshop)

      Group

      20 people max

        Price

        25 euros

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        WORKSHOP SUMMARY

        • Introduction and background

        • Collaborative storytelling
        • Finding a balance (wedding vs doccumentay photography)

        • The challenges and benefits of being a female photographer in Saudi Arabia

        • Questions & Answers

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