Through photography, we learn to look at a reality that we do not know.
Massimo Sestini teaches that a camera can capture instants that may be unattainable to the naked eye.
Material: Participants must bring a camera set with lens, memory card reader, tripod, computer.
Participants will be able to present their work either in paper (prints, books) or digital format (computer).
The workshop is open to: students and photography enthusiasts of all ages.
They will not have to present a specific work but rather show what they have done/do on the medium they prefer.
Dates: 16-17 July
Hours: 16 July at 10 a.m.
Times will then be detailed by the lecturer
Cost: 190€ (10% discount for Membership members)
Minimum number of participants: 7
Maximum number of participants: 15
Registration: CLICK HERE
Once payment has been made, the amount is non-refundable, unless the lecturer is absent, or the minimum number of participants is not reached.
Born in Prato in 1963, Massimo Sestini is considered one of the best Italian photojournalists. His first scoops arrived in the mid-1980s, ranging from Licio Gelli filmed in Geneva while being taken to prison, to the Rapido 904 train bombing in the San Benedetto Val di Sambro tunnel.
The only one to film Lady D’s first, sensational bikini, Sestini was also a witness to the Moby Prince tragedy and author of the photos taken from above of the assassinations of Falcone and Borsellino.
In 2014, he witnessed the ‘Mare Nostrum’ rescue operations off the Libyan coast: after twelve days of stormy weather, he managed to film from a helicopter a boat of migrants being rescued: the photo won the WPP in 2015, in the General News section.
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