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Tue 1 October 2019 – Fri 28 April 2023

Into Focus

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Free part-time course in photography  

 

Open to Tower Hamlets residents aged 14–25 and over 50.  

Want to know more about photography and developing your own prints?  Into Focus is a free, part-time course exploring film photography. Collaborate with people from across Tower Hamlets to develop camera skills in just 12 weeks. 

  • Learn about different camera techniques and get the chance to put these into practice in our professional photography studio

  • Experiment with printing methods in the Four Corners' darkroom

  • Explore Tower Hamlets through local photography walks 

  • Showcase your work online and/or at Four Corners' Gallery (covid-permitting)

We re-open from 21st April 2021, but will continue to run online sessions if needed. All on-site practical workshops will be run safely according to Covid guidelines, with some additional sessions taking place online.


APPLY

There are 12 places available for the next round. 

To apply, please complete this application form: 

Download Application Form

Then email the form to dave@fourcornersfilm.co.uk 


WHAT PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS SAY: 

"I enjoyed starting a hobby in amidst the doom and gloom of lockdown and it’s interesting how taking a photo with a manual camera, which you can't check immediately afterwards and setting up the positioning and camera, changes your focus of the thing you're looking at. In the context of COVID-19 the idea of having to shift perspectives was especially poignant." 

  • Farhana

"I enjoyed being on the course with my son enormously.  To do this together was an experience I will treasure for ever and my son got so much out of It. To able to do it in our local borough was fantastic." 

  • Lenie 

"The intergenerational aspect made it interesting, bringing together older people like me, who recall when we only had the use of analogue cameras, together with those who see this film as an exotic new way to express creativity. The course provided me with a useful project perspective for resurrecting my analogue practice; and specifically, after lockdown, it gave me a very welcome excuse to rope in my three adult children as models!"

  • Kevin

PARTNERS

This project is generously supported by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Local Community Fund.  Project partners include Cranbrook Estate Tenants & Residents Group, Clarion Housing and Neighbours in Poplar.