Saturday, October 06, 2018, 2–6pm
Street photography, deepening and further development of know-how, concept and composition, photo review
Meet at 2 pm. After an introduction is given and the route will be discussed. While searching and finding interesting photo motifs in the city, Nils Thies gives tips and answers questions. Finally, the results will be discussed in the group.
Professional equipment or compact camera, quality is not relevant, digital is recommended; clothing suitable for all weather conditions.
Fotografie Forum Frankfurt
Braubachstraße 30–32, 60311 Frankfurt
For advanced learners who want to see with a new concept and professional guidance.
This course is a four-hour city tour and photo review with training for those who already know the important technical basics of their camera and are looking for new perspectives and challenges. You will learn to photographically explore Frankfurt, and discover new motifs with your camera. Under professional guidance from multimedia journalist and reportage-photographer Nils Thies new challenges and results are enhanced. On this tour, you can either choose to follow a concept, which will be discussed at the beginning, or you can be spontaneous. Technical questions will also be addressed. A short review at the end of the tour provides feedback and gives you an idea of the impressions that your photographs can make. Interesting urban areas and themes await you: city parks, life around the train station, the central business district of Frankfurt, or just observing people and nature along the river Main. This workshop will focus on different topics depending on the weather, current issues or the wishes of the participants.
If you want, you can take pictures with high-quality Olympus cameras, which the FFF’s main sponsor Olympus Germany makes available for the workshops.
The Frankfurt-based multimedia journalist Nils Thies (*1979) completed his Master of Science in the field of digital media at the Hochschule Bremerhaven, Hochschule Bremen and the Finnish University of Applied Science Mikkeli. He worked at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) as a picture editor after completing his training there. Thies has been working as a photo and multimedia journalist and is currently the photographer of the German Central Bank. For his assignments, he has travelled to Greece, Kosovo, Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Croatia.