On Saturday, August 8th, a group of 11 people interested in learning more about photography gathered at the National Art Center in Roppongi for a women-led photo walk by Selena Hoy, TELL Outreach Coordinator and FEW Community Services Director Tia Haygood, who also is a professional photographer of TopTia Photography.
Walking inside and outside the National Art Center, participants learned pro tips for taking better photos with their cameras, be it a smartphone or a system camera.
First lesson of the walk: You don’t need an expensive camera to create a good composition for a photo.
Instead, Tia advised to try a different approach:
To read more check out FEW Japan’s full article here.
Here are some photos of the participants: