GEORGIA COAST, JULY 12–19
Basecamp is our high-intensity photojournalism crash course. Spend eight days with editors from TIME MAGAZINE, MAGNUM PHOTOS, and GARDEN & GUN, taking a project from inception to completion on-location in one of the most culturally interesting sections of the Eastern seaboard (which also happens to be the site of our next issue.) The best stories to come out of our week together will be recognized and published in this issue of The Collective Quarterly.
This is for serious photojournalists who want to hone their skills while connecting with industry professionals who hold the keys to the next chapter of their careers. Prepare to work—hard. This is not a vacation. You’ll be responsible for hunting down several potential feature stories, pitching them to your edit team, and getting the green light to work on one throughout the week.
Spaces are limited, so act fast.
Application process is competitive and requires a portfolio submission.
Where is it?
This gun-slinging workshop will take place over one week in Darien, Georgia, the perfect midpoint on the coast where you’ll be able to access everything from the pristine, antebellum districts of Savannah to the vibrant cultures of the barrier islands off the coast. It's a rare opportunity to take your photography and story senses to the next level by working directly alongside renowned decision-makers at the world’s most prestigious magazines, newspapers, and photo agencies. This trip will challenge your skills and offer you the chance to work with and learn from top professionals.
Tuition includes lectures, editing, and critiques from renowned photo editors. Participants are responsible for their own food and lodging. Upon acceptance, attendees will be introduced to each other so they can begin interacting and making logistical plans. Additional information on housing, the workshop, and the workshop site will be sent upon acceptance of your application.
When Is It?
- Wednesday, July 12 through Wednesday, July 19, 2017
- Eight days, seven nights.