Posted on 2020-06-15
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Cultural Sensitivity When Photographing In South East Asia

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Description

Kevin is an international award-winning photographer with over 30 years of professional experience. Originally from New Zealand, he's lived in Thailand since 2002. He runs workshops and also teaches and mentors photographers online.

Traveling to a foreign country with your camera raises questions about how to be culturally sensitive when you are taking photos. In this lecture Kevin will talk about his long experience of photography in SE Asia. He'll cover subject like:
-Photographing people
-Taking pictures in temples and of monks
-Places where it's best no to take photos
-How to ask permission before you take someone's photo.

Subject

  • Other

Other (subject)

Travel Photography In Asia

Type of Talk

  • Presentation

Duration

  • 60 mins

Format

  • 1 x 60 mins plus Q&A

Languages spoken

English

Time Zone

Thailand (UTC +7)

Level

All

Delivered by

  • Zoom

Max group size

100

Reviews

  • Nicola
  • Nov 9, 2020
  • Great talk from Kevin. He's obviously very experienced after all his years in Thailand, and gave good advice on how to get the photographs you want, without being rude or offensive to the local people and their beliefs - or at least how to minimise any accidental cultural insensitivity! A very useful talk, with lovely accompanying images.