As part of the Tadafuq public programme and in collaboration with Pharan Studio, US-based photographer Osama Esid discusses his work with a focus on alternative processes and alternative points of view in image-making. Photographers were also invited to participate in a three-day workshop devoted to shooting black and white photos and darkroom film processing. Esid is known for directing his subjects ever so slightly and allowing the process to take precedence. This technique teaches photographers to make the ordinary spectacular.
February 11-13, 2017
Photography Jameel Darkroom, Pharan Studio, Jeddah