Documentary Photography Workshop with Suki

Coming this May, we are hosting, in collaboration with Sustain.ly, a documentary photography workshop with National Geographic Photographer, Sebastian “Suki” Beláustegui.

Suki2Since 1991, Suki has devoted himself to portraying the indigenous world of Latin America, publishing the book ‘Guardians of Time: Portraits of the Spirit of Latin America’ in 2003. For this book, Suki traveled through 8 countries and lived in 25 native communities. The book’s prologue was written by Nobel Prize winner in Literature, Jose Saramago.

Suki is currently working on his new book ‘Africa in the Americas’, documenting Afro-descendent cultures in the American continent, as well as documenting people from the tribal villages of Sumba, a unique island in Indonesia.

Suki publishes these books and runs his photography business all around the globe. His work has also been featured in publications such as Time, Newsweek, UNICEF and Travel & Leisure.

 

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Join us for this unique experience, as Suki shares his techniques for capturing portraits of local people. Attendees will enhance their technical and artistic skills while diving deep into the art of documentary photography.

 

Click here for details!

Register

or email us at: pphotoworkshops@gmail.com or

info@sustainlysolutions.com with further queries.

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About paradisephotoworkshops

Our aim is to improve the standard of photography in the Caribbean and South America by providing opportunities for training and mentorship at your doorstep.
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