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Metropolis Birmingham Photography Workshop
18th Sep, 2020 - 2 PLACES REMAINING
Tutored by Verity Milligan and
£185.00 pp (£222.00 inc vat)
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This Birmingham photography workshop aims to demonstrate that there are many photogenic areas to the city. Even though its skyline has been much maligned over the years, Birmingham is a city of juxtapositions and your workshop tutor, Verity Milligan, has spent the best part of a decade getting to know the city and documenting its evolution into the modern European metropolis.
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Birmingham Photography Workshop - Birmingham Cityscape Photography
Although Birmingham’s skyline has been much maligned over the years, this workshop aims to demonstrate that there are many photogenic areas to the city. Birmingham is a city of juxtapositions and your workshop tutor, Verity Milligan, has spent the best part of a decade getting to know Birmingham and documenting it’s evolution into the modern European metropolis.
Verity’s intricate knowledge of the city means that you will get a unique insight into Birmingham’s urban sprawl, from modern, abstract architecture to the serenity of the Grand Union Canal. Starting in the morning, we’ll explore parts of Birmingham that you might not ever have considered photographing before, from the serenity of Gas Street Basin to the grandeur of the Library of Birmingham situated in the newly redeveloped Centenary Square. There will be plenty of opportunities to photograph the juxtaposing architecture as well as try your hand and more creative endeavours such as long exposures of passing trams or capturing abstract reflections in the city’s numerous water features. Not only will Verity take you to Birmingham’s hidden gems, she’ll show you how to get the best out of them.
Verity will meet the group at 9.00am at the Mailbox. The workshop will finish at 4.30pm.