I recently led a night photography workshop for egonomic IT product manufacturer Colebrook Bosson Saunders. Held as part of the company’s ongoing Kurio series, the event attracted nearly 50 architects and designers.
I began with a talk on how to get the best out of a camera, accompanied by lots of images from my digital vaults. We then decamped to Borough Market to put the ideas into action. I even pulled out my own Olympus E-M5 to snap a few shots.
Attendees then uploaded their favourites, categorized into four sections: action and movement, pattern and detail, urban architecture and people. It was then down to me to pick category winners which were then put to a vote, with overall winner Safia Querishi from Sheppard Robson taking home a rather swish Olympus compact system camera.
It was a tremendously fun evening, with a real mix of technical abilities but a high standard of creativity and passion for photography. It’s also a fantastic way for a company such as CBS to bring specifiers to its showroom.
You can read more about the evening, and see some of the many photos taken, here>