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Photography agency Magnum Photos has partnered with London College of Communication to present a three-week long course specialising in documentary photography.
The course, which runs from 1 to 21 August in Elephant & Castle in south London, will be led by Magnum photographers Chris Steele-Perkins and Stuart Franklin.
Focusing on the theme, A Sense of Place, photographers will learn about the conveyance of a narrative in relation to geography, identity and culture.
The course includes tuition and technical guidance from the course leaders, lectures, daily assignments on location in London, advice on book design, sequencing and editing, and individual and group critique sessions.
Daily classes are complimented by evening lectures given by Magnum photographers and LCC staff.
Participants will also spend a weekend at the Magnum Print Room, networking, and learning the mechanics of the photography business.
At the end of the three-weeks, participants will take part in a graduation party where they will digitally showcase their work to an audience of industry professionals and members of the public.
The course aims to give participants an insight into the history of documentary photography, to encourage them to engage in critical debates in and around aspects of contemporary photographic practice, and to continue to develop essential skills in writing, editing and making work for different audiences.
For more information and to book a place, click here
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By Gemma Padley