I Love Melville – B&W Street Photography Project

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On the 12 April 2017 the B&W Group will commence a Black & White street photography project in Melville.

Coordinated by the Alternative Print Workshop, the B&W Group consists of passionate photographers who meet on a bimonthly basis to discuss all matters relating to analogue film and to inspire each other to continue using this intrinsic beautiful form of photography.

“I Love Melville” is the group’s first joint communal photographic project, and over the course of two months photographs will be taken of the street life, day and night, of the Melville area. The images MUST be taken with 35mm film cameras, processed and printed in a traditional darkroom, and will be exhibited in June at Studio Gesso, located at the corner of 7th Street and 4th Avenue, Melville.

Residents of Melville are welcome to participate in this project and to join us at our next meeting at Delta Cafe, Delta Park at 18:30 on Wednesday evening 12 April.

For further queries please email Janus Boshoff at janus@printworkshop.co.za, Dennis da Silva dennis@printworkshop.co.za or Friederike von Stackelberg at friederike.vonstack@me.com

Henri Cartier-Bresson, Hyères, France, 1932

Henri Cartier-Bresson, Hyères, France, 1932


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