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Upcoming Workshop

Vancouver Masterclass with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb

Fine tune your way of seeing the world with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb

Alex Webb Inside church. Arcahaie, Haiti. 1987. © Alex Webb | Magnum Photos

Do you know where you’re going next with your photography––or where it’s taking you? This intensive weekend workshop will help photographers begin to understand their own distinct way of seeing the world, and introduce participants to the art of editing and sequencing their photographs intuitively. It will also help photographers figure out their next step photographically––from deepening their own unique vision to the process of discovering and making a long-term project that they’re passionate about.

A workshop for both serious amateurs and professionals, for both university photography students and seasoned fine art and documentary photographers, it will taught by Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, a creative team who often edit projects, exhibitions, and books together––including their recently reissued, Violet Isle: A Duet of Photographs from Cuba, which was exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and their most recent book, Slant Rhymes.

This workshop will include a group editing exercise, as well as an individual editing assignment, tailored to each participant.

Where & When

Bowen Island, British Columbia, Canada

19 – 20 May, 2018

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Click here to register for this workshop.

Rebecca Norris Webb Stained Glass. Missouri River, South Dakota, USA. 2006. © Rebecca Norris Webb / Distributed by Magnum Photos

NOTE: This is a workshop for photographers who collaborate with the world, not for those who dramatically alter their photographs digitally.