Wednesday May 8th 2024 : NDPS Photography Workshop with Stewart Wall


Friday March 22nd 2024 – 10am to 4pm
Venue: The Streets of Norwich
A Project and Photobook Workshop

the early bird price reflects the workshop discount offered to the NDPS

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A Great Day Out Developing New Photography Skills

Norwich & District Photographic Society

The Streets of Norwich
Photo-haiku Project

A Project Photography and Photobook Workshop
with Professional Photographer Stewart Wall
Wednesday May 8th 2024 10am – 4pm


On May7th Professional Photographer Stewart Wall will be visiting the club to deliver a lecture on Creating Succesful Photographic Projects and Photobooks. The following day he will be delivering a workshop to a group of members on the Streets of Norwich to show them how to put it into practice. His studio will then design a collaborative photobook featuring the members photography that they create that day.

Stewart will guide the members, using the skills he learnt as a local and Fleet Street press photographer on how to create cohesive narratives that pull a project and photobook together. Stewart is also an Assessor and Advisor for the Royal Photographic Society Distinctions. He Chairs Licentiate and wrote the criteria for the RPS Photobooks Distinction as well as chairing the assessments for the first two years.

During the workshop Stewart will help with cameracraft skills, such as camera settings and composition as well as how to create narratives for a project of photobook.

‘The Master Guide to Creating Project and Photo-Haiku’ Photography’

‘The Master Guide to Creating Project and Photo-Haiku’ Photography’
The Art of Seeing

Photo-Haiku, is a photographic approach that Stewart employs to help workshop attendees see in a different way, and create more powerful images. Past attendees report they have found the approach enjoyable and often return for more. During the workshop each attendee is given a copy Stewart’s publication that helps develop skills. It is called ‘The Master Guide to Creating Project and Photo-Haiku’ Photography’
and their is space to make notes throughout the workshop. The guide is kept by the attendees so they refer to it afterwards.

The Project Photo-book

After the event, all attendees will also be invited to have images in the Ginko Photobook from the workshop and will receive a complimentary copy in the post once it is created. These books are a marvellous momento of the workshop day, and prove a great learning aid as you will be able to see what your peers created on the same day of the same thing as yourself.

Norwich : A Great Place to Create Project Photography and Photobooks

The Workshop Tutor: Stewart Wall

In 2020 the Royal Photographic Society commissioned Stewart to write the criteria for a new distinctions genre called ‘Photo-books’ which he chaired for the first two years of its existance. He is also a Chair and Assessor of the Licentiate Distinction. He is an avid creator of photo-books and has plans to create 100 photo-books in 2024.

Stewart has been a professional photographer since he was taken on as a staff press photographer for The Brentwood Gazetter in 1978 whilst he was still technically a school boy. He went on to freelance for Fleet Street supplying images to newspapers such as The Sunday Times, The Express and the The Daily Mail.

In more recent times, over the last decade he has returned to school and completed a BA (hons) degree in Photography, an MA in Visual Communication (using photography) and a Level 7 PGCE teaching qualification in Lifelong Learning.