After successfully launching sessions of trainings under entrepreneurship, writing and for TV presenters, and film actors, The Future Project, sister brand to The Future Awards, has finally unveiled its workshop for photographers! The training for upcoming and aspiring young photographers runs for the month of March, 2011.
“We are proud to announce that the first session of The Future Photography Workshop is held in partnership with Kelechi Amadi-Obi Studios – certainly the leader in the industry – so students are in for a picture perfect session!” says Kenneth Oliko, spokesperson for the project.
Other lecturers for the one month course include Moussa Moussa, Yinka Obebe and Body Lawson. The extended faculty also includes celebrity photographer, TY Bello. The classes will be a mix of theory and practical with topics including Lighting, Depth of Field, Portraiture, The Business of Photography, Getting Work As a Photographer, Exposure Workshop, Street Photography etc.
Registration is at a subsidized rate of N5000 – but there are only 20 spaces. To register, call Kenneth on 08022226712 or mail [email protected]. Registration ends on Friday, February 26 so register now!
For more information on the trainings of young people in creativity and enterprise under The Future Enterprise Support Scheme (TF-ESS), please go to www.thefuturenigeria.com.
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