Workshop: Introduction to Large Format Photography with Shea Kirk

Workshop: Introduction to Large Format Photography with Shea Kirk

Melbourne based photographer Shea Kirk is running a large format workshop out of his personal studio. Slow down and view the world upside down on the ground glass!

The full-day, hands-on workshop is suitable for a range of experience levels, from those who have never picked up a camera before, to those who already shoot film and are curious about making the jump to large format.

Shea will share the magic of the large format process from start to finish, and with DIY being a big part of his practice, he’ll offer insight and tips along the way on how you can start out easily (and cheaply) on your own large format journey. He believes in keeping things fun and accessible, and you’ll get the opportunity to shoot on a large format camera and possibly take home a finished image of your own. Spots are limited to ensure group sessions are small, focused and intimate.

Saturday 14 May – Fully booked

Sunday 15 May – Limited places available

Coburg/Pascoe Vale South. Victoria

$300 for the day includes all materials and equipment.

For bookings contact Shea Kirk.

Shea Kirk is a Melbourne-based contemporary artist working with traditional photographic methods and techniques. He won the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2020 Art Handlers’ Award, received Honourable Mention Bowness Photography Prize (2021), Highly Commended Olive Cotton Award (2021), has been shortlisted for prizes including Bowness Photography Prize (2020); Olive Cotton Award (2019); National Photographic Portrait Prize (2022 & 2019); Head On Portrait Prize (2018, 2019 & 2021); Photo Collective Stories (2021), and participated in a number of exhibitions across Australia. He has exhibited selections from an ongoing portrait series titled Vantages – Centre for Contemporary Photography (2019), Not Fair (2021) and Daine Singer for PHOTO 2021 International Festival of Photography (2021).

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