Our photography courses
I give photography courses for beginners a few times per year, to help you improve your ability to convey emotions in images. We focus, in a simple and effective way, on various topics, like framing, describing a subject, and developing a good storytelling through images. Above all, how not to use your camera. You’ll learn the best way to enjoy taking pictures in your daily life, and improve your image interpretation skills.
The courses consist of three lessons.
The first class lesson, usually on Friday evening, focuses on composition through the analysis of famous works of art created by masters like Leonardo e Caravaggio, and on the rules for a perfect framing. We’ll develop our understanding of the photographic dynamic range, of hidden geometries and of most common mistakes (and learn how to avoid them).
The second lesson, usually on Sunday morning, we go shooting together to put into practice what we’ve been discussing in the first lesson.
During the third class lesson, usually on Friday evening, we review together the photos you shot, to go through the process of choosing a subject and of creation of the image.
On the side you find the link to join the course (when registration is open). Places are limited to 10 participants.