Find Out Why You Take Certain Photographs

Local photography group presents an evening with Harminder Singh


Entrance £2

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St. Mary's Church, Acton marketplace, London W3 9NW Acton Town (Piccadilly line) Acton Central (Overground)

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The Acton satellite group of London Independent Photography is a group of photographers who meet regularly to discuss each other's work, listen to guest speakers, exchange tips and visit exhibitions.

Unlocking Creativity - an evening with Harminder Singh, photographer and contributor to Black and White Photography magazine

Thursday 25th February 2010 at 7.30pm

Harminder is the author of Times Present, a collaboration with Trevor Crone, renowned landscape photographer which was written with two things in mind: how to remove the barriers to our creativity and the approaches by which you can produce photographs that are authentically yours.

This evening will see Harminder discuss the ideas in his book, which complements the articles in Black and White Photography magazine '10 Steps To Taking Great Photographs'.

You are invited by Harminder to bring along your own images, particularly work-in-progress, as he would like to use these as the basis of discussion. He has done similar with Greenwich LIP, and he comes highly recommended by them. Because his ideas are just as relevant to any visual image the seminar will be relevant to non-photographers as well, so bring along partners and friends.

Harminder will be discussing creativity and why people take certain photographs. It will also be an opportunity for you to bring your images for discussion.





February 18, 2010