20 April 2013
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD
Practical urban photography workshop
Curator Justine Sambrook and photographer Andy Day (kiell.com) explore new ways of experiencing and capturing architecture through photography.
Beginning at the RIBA’s world-class photographic archive with a chance to have a closer look at the work of some of Britain’s best Twentieth Century architectural photographers, the workshop concludes with a hands-on session led by Day investigating the iconic architecture of Churchill Gardens Estate by Powell & Moya and Edwin Lutyens’ Page Street flats through the photographic lens.*
Participants will have the opportunity to shoot on location, capturing new and dynamic architectural shots inspired by the collection and surroundings. Suitable for intermediate level photographers and above, participants must bring their own equipment.
Digital SLR camera recommended.
* Please note new details for programme in place of orginal advertised.
£20/£15 student concessions
Advance booking essential