This workshop with Antoine d'Agata, is an immersive exploration of photographic practice.
Through this intensive and intimate two and a half day event, participants will be encouraged to explore a more psychological approach to their work with the image, considering: the role of photography in society, how we relate to photography as individuals and how we see ourselves.
Participants will be asked to contemplate the connection of being and photography; how we can see that in ourselves, both in human form and through images.
Through this workshop, the themes, considerations and guidance of d'Agata, you will be encouraged to immerse yourself deeply in the new concepts of photography while learning to edit, sequence and create unique and innovative images.
Antoine d'Agata's reputation as a teacher is extraordinary. Some participants have quoted as "a workshop with d'Agata is a life-changing experience".
He has a unique ability to guide the individual to go deeper into himself, both emotionally and creatively. His photography is purely subjective and echoes Robert Capa's famous mantra that "if your photographs aren't good enough, you're not close enough."
During this three-day workshop you will have the opportunity to challenge yourself and get out of your comfort zone. The point is creativity through experience.