Thursday, April 21, 7-9pm, Saturday, April 23, 3pm-sunset, and Tuesday, April 26, 7-9pm
ONLINE and on the streets
Instructor: Ian Hunt & Greg Hatton
Street photography is the art of catching the stories of our daily life in a fraction of a second. The topics are as wide as the human experience: Humor, beauty, joy, pain, love, tenderness, the full range of emotions as well as abstract concepts through geometry and texture. In its best form, it is the art of revealing dimensions of the mundane that our habits prevent us from seeing. Through this practice, we end up discovering that our world is infinitely richer than what we are used to experiencing. However, to develop this way of seeing, the photographer must train the mind to pay attention to particular elements while remaining open to the unfolding mysteries of life.
The class explores a wide variety of styles of street photography, from which each participant will select a few to practice during the workshop.
Join Ian and other class members as they walk the streets of Honolulu to practice the art of seeing beyond seeing.
Schedule: On Thursday 4/21, in a Zoom session, we explore and discuss various styles of street photography and help participants select those that appeal to them. On Saturday 4/23, we meet on the street to practice these skills (Location to be determined based on the weather). A moderated zoom critique of the images taken during the workshop is held on Tuesday 4/26, from 7pm to 9pm. (Registered participants receive Zoom link prior to the class.)
Ian Hunt is an award winning educator at Mid-Pacific Institute, where he has taught since 2004. He is a founding member of Hawaii’s first Street Photography Collective, HNL Street Collective (@hnlstreetcollective). His work has been featured in the PNM Contemporary Photography in Hawai‘i Exhibition in 2018 (Kaimuki Camera Award Winner), 2019 and The Arts at Mark’s Garage’s “New Normal” Exhibition, and the PNM Contemporary Photography in Hawai’i 2020 exhibition (Juror’s Award). Currently, his work is included in the Los Angeles Center of Photography’s Seventh Annual “Street Photography Around the World” Exhibition. Locally, his images are on display at “Coffee Talk” in Kaimuki. www.ianhunt.space or Instagram: @iankhunt
Greg Hatton is a cinematographer and photographer aiming to create “meaningful images” that offer perspective and communicate the realities of life to viewers across the globe. Photographing everyday life that appears as if it was staged, he creates a unique blend of photo-journalism, documentary and street photography with a cinematic twist. Greg has exhibited his photographs at the Leica Boutique in Los Angeles, California entitled, “The Observers”, taught a workshop entitled “Composition: The Art of Story-telling”, and was a finalist slot in the PNM Contemporary Photography in Hawai‘I 202o exhibition and the Lucie Foundation Notions of Home Photo Competition. Recently, he and his work were featured in Selma, Alabama for the 2021 Photographic Nights of Selma Photography Festival, where he took top honors.For more information, please visit: www.impaci.com, www.instagram.com/renaisssanceman