The interplay of colour and light is a main feature of Fulvio Bugani’s long-term project. Since 2009, the Italian photographer has returned time and again to Cuba to work on his series. His personal approach to reality, use of light and shadow and complexity of composition are some of the themes under discussion when he shares his experiences at a workshop in Hamburg from 21-23 July. Going out to take pictures is part of the plan, as are follow-up editing and analysis of the resulting images – including his own.
Interested in photography since childhood, Bugani turned his hobby into a profession. He has been running the Fotostudio Image in Bologna since 1999. Bugani works together with Amnesty International and Doctors without Borders, among others. In 2015, one of his photos earned him third place at the World Press Photo Award. In 2016 he was a Leica Oskar Barnack Award finalist with his Cuba series.
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