Workshop 3: Urban Photography – If Walls Could Talk
Tutor: Ida Pap
Date: Sunday 7 October 2012
Time: 11.00am – 4.00pm
Equipment: bring a digital camera (DSLR or compact)
Price: £65 / £55 RPS Members / £40 Concessions
The Documentary and Visual Journalism Group of the Royal Photographic Society presents a workshop around the streets of East London where participants will have the chance to shoot some “urbanalia”. Led by urban photographer, Ida Pap, participants will learn some of Ida’s secrets for seeing things in our urban environment in a different way. After the shoot, Ida will offer critique and feedback on participants’ images.
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About the tutor
Ida Pap is a self-taught photographer living in East London. Growing up in central Budapest she has an odd sympathy for urban decay and loves the abandoned feeling of the city. She believes in seeing beyond the average to capture those details people are too busy to pay attention to, using the smashing fractions as main subjects. The people in her photography are secondary and mostly coincidental, thus she doesn’t concentrate on documenting people in their environments but the environment itself. Her body of urban work includes urban abstract, architectural, conceptual and street portraits.
Please visit www.ideoda.com for examples of her work.
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