Street Photography in East Boston

Instructor: Lou Jones
A two-day, in-person workshop. Class meets at Lou's studio in East Boston
Saturday, April 27 and Saturday, May 4, 2024
9:30 am – 5:00 pm Eastern
Course type: Shooting, critique, and discussion
Must have experience using a digital camera and photo editing. 

Course fee: $650. Lunch included on first day of class
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Photo by Lou Jones
Photo by Lou Jones
 


Class Description

Whether professional or amateur, photographers have persisted in using their cameras to pursue personal interests. Everything can be subject matter: political, humanitarian, abstract and personal. This workshop will focus new subjects or old ideas into long-term photo essays  based on subjects found in East Boston or other areas of Boston you may choose to focus on.

Whether your strengths are photojournalism, documentary, still life, or fine art, we will investigate how to harness aesthetics, logistics, marketing, and dissemination into a cohesive body of work.

This workshop will help you transition three-dimensional creativity into two-dimensional photographs using indepth research, evolving objectives, and improved images and will demonstrate how long-term projects can exist alongside your normal photographic practice to become the focal point for exhibitions, books, social media, and/or grants.

During two intensive sessions with in-studio instruction, roundtable discussion, on-location street shooting sessions, and homework assignments, you will be introduced to the skills necessary to inaugurate a relevant photographic adventure of street documentary photography.
 

Lou Jones

Lou JonesLou Jones maintains a studio in Boston, MA, where has photographed for Fortune 500 corporations, advertising agencies, national and international companies. He has completed assignments for magazines and publishers such as Time/Life, National Geographic, Fortune and Paris Match and covered thirteen Olympic Games. Currently Lou Jones has been documenting the entire continent of Africa with his ambitious panAFRICA project. Jones has received awards from organizations such as Communication Arts Magazine, Art Directors Club of Boston, Travel Photographer of the Year, and International Photographic Council (United Nations). Nikon recognizes Jones as a "Legend Behind the Lens" and Lowepro has honored him as a "Champion". He has lectured and taught workshops all over the world including at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City, the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University, and Estúdio Brasil in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The first book Jones published, Final Exposure: Portraits from Death Row, earned him the Ehrmann Award from Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty.


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