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In pictures: Bristol24/7’s street photography workshop

By beth owen, Tuesday Sep 10, 2019

The latest sold-out street photography workshop was held in Bedminster on Wednesday, 4 September with local photographer Colin Moody.

Attendees took on the #b247streetphoto challenge to tell the story of a place or event in just five shots. The group snapped their way around North Street, Dean Lane skatepark and Dame Emily Park.

The workshop is part of the Better Bristol initiative to make arts and culture more accessible to a wider demographic.

The money raised will go towards funding the next photography workshop which will be free to attend for people from marginalised communities.

We are currently looking for community groups and people who are interested in taking part. To register your interest contact hannah@bristol247.com

We always have some free spaces on our workshops available to Bristol24/7 supporter members. Find out more about becoming a member here.

Here’s a selection of our favourite photographs taken at the most recent workshop:

 

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