Free Beginner’s Creative Photography workshop 4 Jul

cameraLewisham Refugee and Migrants Network invites you to their Beginner’s Creative Photography workshop. The tutor for the day is Karolina Mottram, a BBC producer who has a lot of experience in video production and also loves photography. She has agreed to cover the technical use of digital cameras and teach tips that will help you to take brilliant photographs for your charity, to put on leaflets, website or fundraising material.

The day will start at 11am and finish at 4pm on 4 July. Lunch will be provided.

Always remember that words are good, but images will reach your audience more quickly and more effectively – so use images as much as you can. This workshop is a great (and free) opportunity for you to learn how to do exactly that.

We really really hope that you can make it. Places are limited so, please, confirm your attendance by sending an email to Cristina before Wed 2 Jul.

VENUE: GAVS’s Office
Woolwich Equitable House
2nd Floor,
10 Woolwich New Road
London SE8 6AB

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA

See the programme for the day

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Intergenerational photography project

"WE ARE LOOKING FOR 12 YOUNG PEOPLE AND 12 OLDER PEOPLE TO TAKE PART IN THIS
EXCITING PROJECT WHICH WILL RUN DURING THE EASTER HOLIDAYS  
(From 10 am to 1pm, April Wed 11th, Fri 13th, Mon 16th, Wed 18th, Fri 20th, Sat 21st)
WORKING AS PART OF A GROUP, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO USE A 35MM CAMERA AND HOW
TO PRODUCE YOUR OWN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT IN THE DARKROOM.
THE FINAL WORK WILL BE DISPLAYED IN A PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION, AND YOU WILL GET TO
KEEP YOUR PRINTS.
THE PROJECT IS COMPLETELY FREE AND THERE
IS ALSO A TRIP TO A PHOTOGRAPHY
EXHIBITION IN LONDON BY BOAT FROM GREENWICH ON SAT APR 14th

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE, PLEASE CONTACT:
Jacqui Shimidzu at cafeinthepark@live.co.uk /Tel:  07540?687267
Cafe Fed (old Cafe Orange), Kitto Road above the Hill Station  
Mon?Fri 9 to 3
Promoted by: JOY ("Just Older Youth" group)  
and supported by the Lewisham Council
"