Be a traveller in your own city
We’re teaming up with travel photographer Wojtek Kogut to deliver ‘London in the eye of the traveller’ and mark the Dropbox integration with the Lobster’s website. The second episode will take place on the 6th of August and it focuses on travel photography made into the streets of City of London and Camden. Looking for growing a passionate community of photographers in the offline too, Lobster brings one of the friendliest meet-ups in town.
Save the date if you need a little bit of photo-chat or maybe a little dose of inspiration-motivation to make you click! Lobster is announcing its next episode of a walk gathering other photo-passionates and you are invited too. This is a unique and fun occasion to exchange experiences and feelings with photographers you never met before. They are the people you share the most exquisite interest in the world: the photography. Add the love for the dynamic subjects and ever-changing frameworks and you’ll understand this one is not to be missed.
Thought-out as a recurring walk&talk London photographic tour, the Lobster’s Workshops aim to create a proper environment where photographers of all levels can network and make photographs under one theme. The attendees will form a couple of groups and will follow a map to guide themselves in the places where things happen in London and from where the traveller can leave with an impressive load of work when we’re talking about photographs. The photo-tour map mainly covers the following segment of the Central London: Covent Garden, down through Soho, to T. Square, Waterloo Bridge, to Southbank and come back. Last stop will be at Collective, Camden. Interactive, fun discussions and networking must be expected, while guests will share their best captures from the workshop walk as well as their thoughts on photography and about their personal experience on the day.
Who is Wojtek Kogut?
Wojtek Kogut, a self-taught photographer who discovered and nurtured his inclination for photography since ten years now when he moved to London, is the host of the workshop. In the last decade, he experienced with different subjects but realized he falls for the travel and street photography. Just a quick look over his work, and you’ll see how Cartier-Bresson and Leuthard inspire and works magic through Wojtek’s lenses. It’s about offering the intimacy between the photography and the viewer through black and white images.
In the meantime, keep an eye on us – we’ll feature an interesting interview with Wojtek really, really soon!