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First steps as an author

From 24 June 2021

Curated by Barbara Silbe

First steps as an author

A series of short evening lectures by Barbara Silbe, journalist and editor of EyesOpen! Magazine, aimed at those who want to start an authorial path in photography and delve into the subject beyond the technical aspects.

Designed to be followed from the comfort of your own home, the Three Lessons on Photography meetings (approximately two hours each) are offered individually or as a package of three evenings. They are open to all, although at least a basic technical level is required, and are equally recommended for those at a higher level.

The cycle of meetings will be used to learn how best to communicate your photographic projects and to explain how to move in this field, with what method and tools, to enhance what you have already produced so far, and to relate in the right way to the insiders who, from time to time, may be helpful to you.
It is not an exhaustive cycle but will give a good grounding in the field.


  • Open to all, a basic level of photographic training is required.
  • It is recommended for those who are already at a higher level.
  • The meeting takes place online via the Google© Meet
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