This Milan Cityscapes Workshop is for photo enthusiasts of all levels who want to learn how to capture the urban landscape around them. We will focus on the different aspects that contribute to the creation of an image such as the perception of color and black and white, the direction and intensity of light and shadow, composition, lines, shapes, materials, among others. We will work together in the class and on the field to develop both the technical and artistic aspects of our images in order to create a solid body of work that will be presented and reviewed during our last meeting.
Equipment needed: Camera, tripod (optional)
Dates Fall 2019
3 meetings 2 hours each – Dates coming soon
Where: Open Books, Viale Monte Nero 6, Milan (M3, Porta Romana Stop)
About the Instructors
Barbara Balzaretti was born and raised in Milan, Italy. After her university degree she moved to New York for a master in photojournalism and worked there as a freelance photographer and photo editor for some of the top New York City photo agencies including Tom Keller & Associates and Corbis. She has also worked in advertising and film as producer in the US and Europe. In 2011 she moved to Finland and founded the International Photo Center. She now lives in Milan where she opened the second branch of the International Photo Center and directs both schools.