THIS WILL BE AN ONLINE TALK WITH UP TO 100 PLACES.
TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE ON 20th MAY.
Ticket sales will close on 4 July to allow time to process bookings and send the video link to participants.
Steve Gosling is a professional photographer who specialises in producing creative & contemporary landscape and travel images. His photographs have been widely published internationally and his fine art prints have been exhibited in venues in the UK and overseas. His work has also won many awards – most recently achieving two ‘Honourable Mentions’ in the prestigious international 'B&W Spider Awards' 2019. He enjoys writing & teaching about photography and has run a successful workshop programme for nearly 20 years, encouraging and inspiring photographers from across the world. Steve is an Ambassador for Olympus, Gitzo & Permajet inkjet papers as well as being a Lee Filters Master of Photography and working closely with Phase One .
In this talk Steve gives an insight to his philosophy, his beliefs and the principles that underpin his work. He talks about the importance of emotion in photography, about how photographs should be less about technical perfection and more about communication and how we photographers should be true to our vision & not constrained by desires to please others with our images.
Steve will show examples of his monochrome landscape drawn from his recent work, using them to illustrate his talk and he will also discuss specific images (why he took them, what he was trying to communicate etc).
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