Photography For A Cause Course


Developing creative ways to give back to the community is becoming more urgent day by day due to the urge and need of some people to prove that humanity still exists in the world. Supporting a cause and raising awareness is considered one of the main ways to give back to the community. But it’s always about HOW can one support a cause & raise awareness about it among people.
 This workshop aims to help participants learn and practice how to use their photographic talents to support a cause and raise the public's awareness, using technical and artistic skills to make one’s project memorable and positively affect the people. Unleash your creativity to support a cause you’re passionate for.

About the instructor:
Rehab Eldalil has been a freelance photographer since 2007 and a photography Instructor since 2009. She is the founder of the School of Photography pending for legalized papers and she is a leader in a travelling community called ZerZura. Rehab graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts where she majored in still photography; specialising in Nature & Editorial photography. She is the co-author of the photography book "The road to Tahrir" and has also participated in the photography book "Messages from Tahrir".
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Advanced Mobile Photography

mobile photography workshopThe workshop will introduce entry level and advanced photographers to the techniques, editing, photo sequencing, and advantages of mobile photography. The course will specifically cover what mobile phone editing applications are best, how to integrate mobile photography into one’s portfolio, and the many ways mobile photography can bring added value to the world of editorial and art photography. This will be achieved through lectures/discussions, site visits, and critique sessions.

About the instructor:
Keith Lane is a freelance photographer and multimedia producer based in Cairo, Egypt. Currently an Adjunct Professor of Photography at the American University in Cairo, he began his career in Southeast Asia working on a variety of health, education, and public policy projects for local and international NGOs. Keith is an alumnus of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine and holds an M.S. in Environmental Education with a focus on international policy and advocacy from Lesley University. In between freelancing in Cambodia and moving to Washington DC, he had the opportunity to intern with Aurora Select, the assignment division of Aurora Photos. Keith is able to conduct and record field interviews in any and all environments and has worked collaboratively with writers, radio producers, artists, and graphic designers. His work has appeared in multiple venues including FotoWeekDC, Studio Gallery, and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, as well as exhibiting the first solo iPhone photography show in Washington, DC, at Hillyer Art Space.


Basic Photography workshop

Basic Photography workshopInstructor: Nour El Refai
The Course introduces Students to the world of photography through concepts, techniques, theories, and practice.
It makes them understand the quality of photographs, their strength and weakness, how they are being photographed and how powerful photographs could be.
The Course also deals with the complexity of the perception process and how it affects our photographs. Finally it describes the meaning of Aesthetics and Life in Photography, and how we could tell a story without words.


 Advanced photography course for professionals

Advanced photography courseInstructor: Nour El Refai
Duration:  6 Sessions (3 hours per Session)
Language: Arabic with English Terms 
The course explains the different lighting techniques used in commercial photography. It covers four specialties (Portrait, Products, Interior, Fashion) through workshops simulating real work with famous clients in Egypt, each participant has the chance to shoot the products/models with his camera using our light setups and trials to have a better and a more profound experience.


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