Detail of a metal grate on the street in Ginza

From a recent workshop: “Seeing in monochrome.”

With the Covid-19 situation, I haven’t been doing as many workshops as usual. Hardly surprising. Nothing this year is ‘usual’ for anyone.

However, I have done a few workshops recently with my JEARA (Japan Education of the Arts Association). I’ve been doing events with them for a couple of years now.

Not about gear but about seeing

Attendees could have anything from an iPhone to a top of the range DSLR or mirrorless camera. Much of what we do, though, is totally unrelated to gear. It’s all about seeing.

I’ve done my ‘seeing in monochrome’ workshop a few times. These shots are mine, from the most recent event. All shot in Ginza. Either with a Fuji X100S or my iPhone 8S Plus. All shot in monochrome. The whole point is to shoot in monochrome. To see in monochrome.

Come join me on a workshop or even plan an event for your team

Hope you enjoy the pics. I’ll be putting together a few more workshops for Nov, Dec and January. We all need to get out and get some fresh air. We can still be responsible whilst out taking photos together. It’s good for the soul. And we all need a but of a diversion from reality every now and again.

Drop me a line on the contact form if you’d like to get in touch about doing an event. I have been doing photowalks and team-building workshops for corporate teams for some years.

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