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Departs PLACE, 40 Fountain Street, Belfast BT1 5EE

Walking Tour and Photography Masterclass

Art Deco Belfast

The former Bank of Ireland. Photo by Daniel Donet.

Improving your skills or starting from scratch - learn how to take beautiful photographs of our built environment in this masterclass by Todd Watson.

With its sleek, futuristic lines and exotic flourishes, Art Deco was a hallmark of the early 20th Century. Mixing modernity with adventure and far flung cultures, it swept across the world in the 1920’s and 30’s, from Miami to New Zealand. Come with us and discover the impact this colourful, electric style had on the city of Belfast.

This special tour has a photographic focus: with reference to his own work, Todd Watson will give advice on producing beautiful photographs of architecture as the tour progresses. Bring a camera!

"For me it's all about creating an image that's more than a two dimensional representation. I try to create an image that reflects the soul of the subject. When I achieve that I am happy" - Todd Watson, Signals Photography.

Booking info: Sorry, this event is fully booked..

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