Posted on 2020-06-16
JK JK

Abandoned Architecture

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Description

This is a story that aims to inspire and to drive you to want to succeed behind the camera. Highlighting my journey and ten years behind a camera. This presentation is designed to inspire the listener through my journey with a camera over the last ten years, as well as my love for travel and hidden architecture - a journey that has led to me being based in Tbilisi.

During this 90 minute talk – I discuss gear, break down my images to give you more information about some of the journey’s to capture them as well as discuss some editing and printing ideas. Couples welcome as a single booking.

Subject

  • A Photographer's Journey
  • Tips from a Pro
  • Architecture
  • Explore Your Creativity

Type of Talk

  • Presentation
  • Interactive

When

  • Get in touch for availability

Duration

  • 90 minutes

Format

  • 1 x 90 mins plus Q&A

Languages spoken

English

Time Zone

GMT +4 (Tbilisi)

Level

ALL LEVELS

Delivered by

  • Zoom

Max group size

200

Meet me on You Tube

https://youtu.be/VHQsHO7TmNI

Reviews

  • Gary
  • Jun 24, 2021
  • Very interesting project, great photos and an excellent presentation by James. The location looks great,

  • Anne
  • Jun 24, 2021
  • A fantastic presentation!

  • Richard
  • Sep 28, 2020
  • A great presentation by James. Very informative, and as a Photoshop Instructor by trade, it's always nice to see how someone else edits and to pick up the occasional trick too.
    Would definitely recommend James' talk to anyone interested in shooting and editing architecture.

  • Martin
  • Sep 29, 2020
  • I wasn't aware this was a part 2 or at a fairly basic level of editing. A better description would have set expectations correctly. The colourful language at the start wasn't appreciated either.

  • Elaine
  • Sep 22, 2020
  • So appreciated James' generosity in sharing tips and techniques. And that was in addition to the gorgeous locations he showed us. I've always had a real passion for old and hidden spaces . . the search became much harder when I left Istanbul to live in Montreal. So thank you, James that was a glorious vicarious trip.