Responsible Photography Field Trips
Responsible Photography field trips are an opportunity for participants to learn about different cultures and lives, enjoy their photography, and directly support community, conservation and educational projects. Facilitated through collaborations between Gail and her Responsible Photography partners, places are usually restricted to three or four, with a maximum of five/six participants, depending on the field trip content and location. A minimum number of three participants is always needed to confirm a programme will run.
Responsible Photography 2018 Field Trips
Greece - May/June
India - November
During 2018 Responsible Photography and our partners in India are collaborating on the launch of a community photography project. If you would like to participate on the India field trip, with the chance to help with the project, please get in touch with Gail - places are very limited.
India Field Trips are best described as an 'off the beaten track, adventurous, non-prescriptive (is there such an expression!) experience', and include a community hosted stay, train journeys, other local transport and regional food. Sometimes there is no electricity, no hot water (or any water on occasions), and no toilets (bring a doggy bag!). So, these field trips are not for everyone! If, however, you really want to experience some rather special little corners of our world, through the welcoming hospitality and warm insights of the people who live there, and you are not hung up on photographing all the time, but are happy to put the camera down and genuinely engage with what is going on, you'll have a unique time.
Please get in touch with Gail to find out more