Date

October 17-24, 2020

Six 90-minute sessions

Cost

$499

Register
In this online workshop with Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice, we will discuss approaches to documentary storytelling, how to gain access to the photo story you want to tell and how to find an authentic project that is personally meaningful. It can be a story about a person, an event, a social issue, a sport, the environment, the possibilities are endless. We will discuss all our tools including lighting, composition and serendipity to help capture the telling moments and raw emotion that contribute to a memorable and impactful story.
Is there a topic you have been photographing that you would like to unearth from your hard drives and create a thoughtful, engaging photographic narrative? Or maybe there is a topic you can safely photograph near home. Whether you are new to visual storytelling or you want to take your storytelling to the next level, you will be in a supportive environment where we will review individual projects to build impactful stories.
We will discuss editing, sequencing and curating your project into a structured, cohesive storyline.

Schedule

Saturday October 17th:   1pm – 2:30pm EST
Saturday October 17th:   5pm – 6:30 EST
Tuesday October  20th:   7pm – 8:30 EST
Thursday October 22nd:  7pm – 8:30 EST
Saturday October 24th:    1pm – 2:30pm EST
Saturday October 24th:    5pm – 6:30 EST

Maximum 8 students

Deanne Fitzmaurice

Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist