MARDI GRAS 360 PHOTO WORKSHOP  2018

“WIDESPREAD PANOS” or “BEYOND REALISM”

 PANOS SKOULIDAS  MICHAEL ROBINSON CHAVEZ   ANDY LEVIN  

February 8-14 2018

CELEBRATE 


Mardi Gras 360 workshop 2008, Feb. 2 – Feb. 5, 2008
PHOTOGRAPH by STANLEY GREENE/NOOR IMAGES

 

PARTICIPATE

 

 

PHOTO WORKSHOP PORTFOLIO REVIEWS PERSONAL ATTENTION

IN DEPTH EDITING

PERSONAL INSTRUCTION  

MAYHEM AND MISCHIEF,   COME WATCH PANOS  SHOOT A BOOK  INCLUDES 7 DAY WORKSHOP, OPENING AND CLOSING PARTY, PHOTO REVIEWS, GUEST INSTRUCTORS, SPECIAL EVENTS, AND THREE GROUP FEASTS FEATURING THE BEST OF NEW ORLEANS CUISINE AND WEED

(OPEN SLEEPING BUNK BED STYLE ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE SEPARATELY)

“I have over 40  years experience  in  creating great visuals, let me share with you some  of my ideas and concepts about photography!  I know what I am doing!    Let me help you learn how to think about photography, from  concept, to execution and through the editing process!   Part of the reason I organize group workshops is to work on my own photography, and to that end, this year I have invited Michael Robinson Chavez of the Washington Post to work with us.   Michael is bringing a new style to news photograph through his uncanny ability to make photographs that go beyond the expected, yet still have an editorial focus.   His work on the Mexican drug trade exemplifies this ultra-cool approach to shooting!  Panos Skoulidas is the author of Death In Venice and is an astute and articulate photographer and a unique personality.   The three of us will give you the guidance you need and deserve in a photography workshop!”

Past participants include   Dominic Bracco, Kirsten Luce, Lance Rosenfield, Lorena Vashetti, Charles Silver, Jerome Pennington. Jonathan Lipkin, Dana Tune   Guyla Sopronyi                     Past mentors:  Donna Ferrato,  Stanley Greene, Karen Mullarkey, Alan Chin, Laurie Wasselchuk, Kevin Downs

PANOS SKOULIDAS: DEATH IN VENICE IN BURN MAGAZINE

MICHAEL ROBINSON CHAVEZ BIO
 
Payment of deposit secures your spot and is non-refundable.  Workshop is limited to 20 students so we encourage you to book your spot as soon as possible. If you have paid in full, you can cancel for a refund (less the deposit) by up to 30 days before the scheduled start date.  We are not responsible for cancellations due to medical emergencies or unforeseen circumstances, weather, or disasters whether natural or caused by man, including hurricanes, earthquakes national emergencies.   Workshop personel including teachers are subject to change.      Please insure that these last-minute emergencies are covered by your travel insurance policy.
 
When: Feb 8-14 2018
Where: Andy Levin Projects
1210 South Rampart
New Orleans, LA 70113
Price: $1200