Reportage Censored

The Guterres family, return to the burnt out remains of their home, as rampaging Militia, alongside Indonesian soldiers, continued to torch nearby buildings. Dili Timor Leste September 1999 ©David Dare Parker

The Guterres family return to the burnt out remains of their home, as rampaging Militia and Indonesian soldiers torch nearby buildings. Dili Timor Leste September 1999 ©David Dare Parker

Links:
The Guardian – Success for Vivid but lingering fears over censorship
Sunrise – The Power of Photography
The Conversation – Our duty to look: why censoring press photos is wrong
The Sydney Morning Herald: Censored – Images of our ugly truths, natural and man-made
The Sydney Morning Herald – Reportage Uncensored
Reportage on Facebook
Reportage Photography Festival
Reportage – Censored

Fremantle Workshop with David Dare Parker and Martine Perret

Photographers David Dare Parker and Martine Perret will be running a two day photography workshop in Fremantle, Western Australia, on December 15th and 16th 2012.

Maubisse market, East Timor ©Martine Perret

Across two days, David Dare Parker and Martine Perret will mentor you through the craft of visual storytelling. You will learn about:

* Tools of the trade: still photographs, video and audio

* The craft of storytelling through photographic images

* Finding and researching a subject and theme

* Shooting to tell the story

* Editing your photo essay

* The use of multimedia in storytelling: Platforms and trends

* Developing your personal vision or style

* Ethics and responsibilities in documentary photography

For more information click here: ‘The Visual Narrative: Telling a Story Through Pictures’

To reserve a place or ask a question contact us here: Email