Top: Ludovica Anzaldi / Bottom: Benedetta Ristori
Workshop: Intimate Landscape
October 15–16, 2022
Benedetta Ristori & Ludovica Anzaldi
Rome, Italy

Two different but complementary visions narrate landscape and portrait photography. During the two days of workshop, documentary photographers Benedetta Ristori and Ludovica Anzaldi will illustrate to the participants the process of design and create a photographic project.

The workshop will be developed through both a practical and a theoretical path.

In the program are included: practice lesson on the street, indoor portrait session, talk on the photo book and short individual portfolio reading.

Workshop: Intimate Landscape
October 15–16, 2022
Amka Social Hub, Via dei Reti 23a, Rome, Italy

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