Forest photography and video with Michele Curel and Ramon Casacuberta

14 April 2022 (15:00h CEST). Online.

Image: World Food Forum

How to use different types of images and videos to tell a story about forestry, climate change, deforestation, restoration and related issues? This masterclass offers an introduction to photography and video to carry out projects that narrate what is happening in our forests and the people behind them.

On the technical side, this Masterclass will address recommendations on what to keep in mind in terms of light and equipment to be able to obtain better and different types of images. Getting to know the subject and the issue you wish to explain through photography is essential. This Masterclass will provide tips on location scouting and on feeling comfortable with the people you want to appear in your photo/video project.

The Masterclass will give examples which can serve as a starting point on how to carry out a multimedia project that focuses on anything relevant to you, such as local agrifood systems, innovative methodologies, or even shooting your very own project from the field!

The masterclass will be given by Michele Curel and Ramon Casacuberta in collaboration with FAO and the World Food Forum on 14 April at 15h CEST. The session will last between 45 – 60 minutes and will be in English and Spanish.

Register here!

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EFIMED is the Mediterranean Facility of the European Forest Institute. Based in Barcelona, Spain, it was launched in 2007.