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Personal project

Photo by Gilberto Lacchia

Introduction

Gilberto Lacchia is a Street Photographer from Italy. He is an open minded, highly intelligent individual who’s open to to trying out new things in photography.

How did I meet Gilberto?

I met Gilberto online when he enlisted for the STREET PHOTOGRAPHY 101 – ONLINE, TAILOR-MADE STREET PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP. He had just got out of another Street Photography workshop and he was looking for that extra something that would make him see things a little bit differently. He was looking to change his point of view and his relationship with Street Photography and his subjects. He was interested in learning new things and trying out new approaches to the art such as colour. So, he contacted Street Hunters via the Workshop page and that is how we met.

Planning a street photography project

This week’s blog post has a slightly different format. I have used the tool being explained to derive an actual project. I would like you readers to do the same. So reach for a piece of paper and pencil or open our shared spreadsheet and our handy document that contains everything you need when Planning a personal Photography project and lets head on in.

Planning a Personal Photography Project.

Make it personal

I’ve seen this header on a number of sites and never really tried to comprehend it. SO I begin at the beginning in trying to find out what is personal;

Who am I as defined by my actions

  • I have a daughter
  • I am an animator
  • I have worked in hospitality for 24yrs
  • I paint
  • I sculpt
  • I am an absent father
  • I lodge at a friends house
  • I enjoy red wine/burgers/smoking/coffee
  • I don’t drive although I can
  • I never listen to music
  • I’m single
  • I’m date-lexic ( this is a made up term which I use to excuse myself from never being able to remember birthdays, meetings and other anniversaries of time )