An LFI Workshop with Stanley Greene
on September 26 and 27, from 10am to 6pm
The focus of this workshop lies on developing and telling stories: Greene will show examples of his work and will discuss his approach to finding the themes, documentation while on the road with the camera, and the way to convey ones own vision when working in crisis regions. Together with the participants, Greene will develop themes that they can photograph over the week-end. The results will be discussed in the group, and answers to the question ‘how does a successful photo story come about?’ will be explored.
Stanley Greene was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1949. An encounter with W. Eugene Smith sparked his passion for photo journalism. Greene became known for his documentation on the Chechen war, and has since receive five World Press Awards, among others. He is today a member of the NOOR Agency, and lives and works in Paris.
Normal: 450 Euro
Students: 380 Euro
Registration up until August 31st, 2015
by email to
Fax: +49.(0)40.226 21 12 70
Subject: Workshop Stanley Greene
LFI Photographie GmbH
Travel costs covered by each individual. We can suggest reasonably-priced hotels. Lunchtime snacks, coffee and drinks included during the workshop.
Number of participants:
8 min / 12 max. Three spaces are available for students in each workshop
Participants are asked to bring a camera and a computer with them. According to availability, a Leica Q or digital M equipment can be borrowed from the LFI loan pool (insured for the duration of the workshop).
We reserve the right to cancel if too few participants register or the teacher is unable to give the course. In that case, all registration fees will be refunded completely. If participants cancel at short notice, the registration fee will not be refunded, though the cancelling participant can register someone else in his/her place.