Cuba Photo Lecture & Reception – Free – LA

SHOOTING IN CUBA TODAY

Day: Friday June 10
Time: 7:30pm-9pm (doors open at 6:30pm for drinks and appetizers).
Location: Los Angeles Center of Photography – 1515 Wilcox Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90028

About:
Freelance photographer Dotan Saguy shares colorful images from his recent journey to Old Havana, Cuba. This body of work was picked up by ABC News and National Geographic for their online publications. Saguy will discuss the challenges and joys of photographing in Cuba from his trip in May 2016 after the recent historic thawing of relationships between the US and Cuba. He will shares practical tips photographers can use to plan their own trip to Cuba. Rum and appetizers will be available for a donation.

Biography of the Speaker:
Dotan Saguy is a Los Angeles based photographer born in Israel and raised in Paris, France. He studied photojournalism at Santa Monica College and attended advanced photography workshops led by award winning photographers. Dotan’s work has been published by National Geographic, Leica Fotographie International (LFI) and other publications. Dotan’s photographs are also regularly featured in galleries in Los Angeles. Dotan mostly shoots candid, unposed and unstaged scenes captured in a photojournalistic style. He currently shares his time between several projects ranging from documenting the unique culture of Venice Beach to a photo documentary about people coming out of homelessness in collaboration with PATH (People Assisting The Homeless). See more at http://www.dotansaguy.com.

 

 

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