The Nrb Bus and Canon training workshop: “The Photographer in the Club” with Fredrick Ochieng 14 – 19 June 2018

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The Nrb Bus and Canon Central and North Africa are launching a partnership to deliver photography and video trainings in Kenya.

The partnership aims to support the creation of skilled jobs in the digital media industries in East Africa leading to the establishment of a vibrant and growing audio-visual industry.

After the successful experience of Georgina Goodwin workshop on “Story telling” in May, we want to invite you to take part to the second workshop “The Photographer in the Club” that will be held by Fredrick Ochieng

When from 14th until 19th June 2018 (with saturday and sunday break.)

Where The Nrb Bus, General Mathenge Lane, Westlands, Nairobi – night assignment at The Alchemist Bar

What 

The workshop supports photographers who are looking to develop their skills in covering night events.

Who 

Non professional photographers (basic photography knowledge).

Why apply/participate 

To develop skills in covering night events and have the chance to produce a body of work to a professional standard. 

Outcomes

Throughout the four days workshop the participants will understand, how Canon cameras works in low lights, how to shot with and without flash in low lights, how to select and edit event photography, how to sign a contract with an event manager or club owner.

Bio 

Fredrick Ochieng started photography when he was only 9 years old. His photography focuses on events, still life, sport and nature. In 2010, he won the Best Photographer Award at the International Human Rights Festival “What Kids Can Do International photography”. Since 2014, he has been active in media development by doing lectures in photography in different Universities, Colleges and Community Media Centres in Kenya. He spent more than four years as an event photographer and spent two years at The Alchemist Bar as the official photographer. Currently he is the DOP of Cultural Video Production and The Nrb Bus. Also, he is the co-founder of SEMA Youth Festival; an event that involves participatory workshops in video-making, to enable young filmmakers in the region to learn, create and connect.

 The workshop is offered free of charge, we will select 10 participants

 To apply please send your cv and portfolio  to  info@culturalvideo.org

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