About this workshop
In a field filled with many competitors, a designer cannot solely rely on their design but must also present it in a way that best communicates their vision accurately and attractively.
In this workshop participants will learn what it takes to deliver the best possible representation of a product, from proper lighting to choosing the right backdrop, as well as carefully editing images and a quick technical introduction to photography.
During the workshop, participants will get to explore their own style and learn how to utilize the most basic of photography tools to professionally photograph their work.
This workshop is intended for designers, artists, or craftspeople. Participants are asked to bring a laptop, a camera, and their products.
About the facilitator
Hussam Da'na is a Jordanian photographer and visual consultant to several platforms and magazines. He received the Hans Jorg Wyss fellowship in 2017 and participated in the "Master of Art in the Public Sphere" program at EDHEA in Switzerland. Hussam has collaborated with various local and regional projects and platforms such as 7iber, Amman Design Week, Eyen collective, Turbo, and brown book. His work has been featured twice at The “Recontres d’Arles” photography festival in France. He is interested in public spaces/ spheres, art interventions, and street photography.