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Street Photography - Truro
Street Photography - Truro

Kev 14, Mhr



Street Photography - Truro

Mor Media is working with Photoworks and Historic England to invite you to look at the high street as never before, a bite-sized introductory practical photography workshop.

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2022 Kev 14 13:30 – 17:00

Truro, Union Pl, Truro TR1 1EP, UK


Picturing High Streets - Street Photography workshop, Truro, Wednesday 14th December..

Mor Media is working with Photoworks and Historic England to invite you to look at the high street as never before. Together we are asking you to uncover the stories behind the shopfronts and post your own photographs on Instagram using #PicturingHighStreets. Your photos will contribute to an unofficial photographic archive of the English high street; charting and celebrating the history and experiences of the people and places that make up an often-overlooked fixture in all our lives. The most evocative photographs will be featured on the Picturing High Streets Instagram channel. A selection of photographs submitted before 21 December 2022 will be displayed in a national outdoor exhibition opening in March 2023 filling advertising space, outdoor exhibition panels and shop windows on high streets across England. These photographs will also enter the Historic England Archive, the nation’s archive for England’s historic buildings, archaeology and social history.

Join us at Truro Library to work on the theme of Christmas Crackers or Picturing High Streets. Bring your camera (anything from a smartphone, tablet up to a DSLR) and join tutor Annie Bungeroth who will guide you in the art of street photography.  Annie is a very experienced trainer running photography workshops around the globe from community to university level. Check out her website

The work submitted for accreditation will also be eligible to be submitted for selection into an anthology of writing and photography from all our ESF creative workshops. We will be publishing this anthology online, and hopefully as a printed book.

If you complete the workshop task sheet and submit your work we will also put it through OCN’s moderation process so that you can gain a Level 2 unit accreditation for the workshop. This is not a full course certification, but it is a recognized qualification and might be useful for your CV or CPD if you are in work.

N.B. This workshop will involve walking around Truro's streets so please bring suitable clothing depending on the weather. You can also carry on taking pictures after the session, to capture images of Truro's Christmas markets.

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