Free Photo Class with SF Chronicle’s Frederic Larson | Richmond District
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Richmond Branch Library | 351 Ninth Ave, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Award-winning San Francisco Chronicle photojournalist Frederic Larson leads a rare free three-session intensive photo documentary class and study of the Richmond neighborhood.
If you’re passionate about photography and passionate about San Francisco, this will be the perfect class for you.
You’ll learn how to create a visual story over the course of the class. A guided photo shoot in the neighborhood is designed to help students develop technical and story telling skills. Stories will be submitted to the city’s archives where they will be available for research and public use.
Fredric Larson Photo Class
Through Our Eyes: Visual Stories of the Richmond Neighborhood Registration Form
- Session I: Saturday, November 9, 2013 | 3-5 pm
- Session II: Saturday, November 23, 2013 | 2:45–5:30 pm
- Session III: Saturday, December 14, 2013 | 3-5 pm
>> Sign up for the class (limited to 20 participants)
You are signing up for all three sessions – Registration closes Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
About Frederic Larson: A photojournalist at the San Francisco Chronicle for more than 25 years, Larson has covered all types of assignments – from fires to football, earthquakes to celebrities. It is his intimate photos of nature – particularly of the sun, moon, and fog – at play with San Francisco’s monuments and icons that have captivated readers for years.