This workshop will provide an overview of the different approaches in the production of graphic reports and will allow participants to get involved in the discussion about the most appropriate ways to create a story.
Date: Friday 2
Schedule: 10h to 14h
Place: Casona MAUA, Montevideo.
Price: Submissions Closed
Methodology of a reportage
This one-day workshop provides an overview of storytelling approaches while engaging participants in discussion about the most appropriate ways to create a story. Through personal examples of projects, I will share tips and techniques to improve reporting, editing and distributing your project. This workshop is designed for anyone interested in storytelling, no experience is necessary.
Walter will be showing primarily the core of my long term project on violence against women, methodology and theory.
– On this workshop there is no picture taking –
Together we will analyze different stories of other photographers to figure out their approaches.
- Work methodology lecture
- Editing system lecture
- Recap of learnt concepts
Walter Astrada Buenos Aires, 1974. He began his career as a photographer for La Nación (Argentina).
He has worked for the Associated Press and France Press agencies. He currently works independently, mainly in long-term projects, such as a personal project on violence against women worldwide and a group project on people affected by multiple sclerosis throughout Europe.
He gives lectures and workshops, and is a member of the World Press Photo team of instructors.
He is currently traveling on a Royal Enfield motorcycle with the idea of going around the world while documenting the countries he is traveling trough.
Among his numerous recognitions are 3 World Press Photo, 2007, 2009 and 2010, Bayeux-Calvados Prize for War correspondents, 2009, NPPA-BOP “Photojournalist of the year” and Photo of the year 2009, 1st Prize Days Japan award 2009, and First Prize Sony World Photographic Awards, 2nd Prize Foto Press La Caixa, among others included. First prize in Multimedia the 68th POYi and Nomination for Emmy Award with Undesired.
3 scholarships International Forum of Photojournalism and Society – Revela ’08, the 2009 Alexia Foundation and the Getty Editorial Grant.