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The Feminine Eye: A woman-led photo walk

Event Date
Saturday August 4th, 2018
2 – 5 PM
National Art Center Tokyo
7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo 106-8558

Join us at this FEW X TELL photo walk! Practice a bit of mindfulness as you hone your photography skills.

Join us at this FEW X TELL photo walk! Practice a bit of mindfulness as you hone your photography skills. All proceeds to TELL. Space is limited! Get your tickets at https://thefeminineeye.peatix.com/

Cost: 2000 yen (all proceeds to benefit TELL for mental health and suicide prevention in Japan)

Max 10 participants

Our first walk will be held at the National Art Center Tokyo in Roppongi. The walk will be led by professional photographer Tia Haygood, and will focus on:

  • Understanding “portrait mode;”
  • Capturing patterns in nature and architecture;
  • Taking creative risks

This photo walk is open to those using DSLR cameras, point-and-shoot-cameras, and even smartphones. After shooting with tips from our walk leader, we will sit down to share photos, ideas, and constructive critique. Beginners, photo-curious, and those interested in honing their skills are all welcome to join. We will be largely shooting OUTSIDE the NACT.

About the walk leader:

Tia Haygood is a Tokyo-based photographer who has helped over 150 Japanese and International- owned businesses in Japan with her own business, TopTia Photography. She’s skilled in event, portrait, product and food photography. Her main focus is providing a visual catalyst to improve branding power to local artists and entrepreneurs in the Kanto area. Tia brings an abundant amount of energy and compassion that her models and clients enjoy to her photo shoots. She is currently working towards obtaining her certification in professional photography for both America and Japan.

During her free time she enjoys cycling and cooking new recipes.

About FEW:

For Empowering Women (FEW) in Japan is an exceptionally active and ever-growing Tokyo-based non-profit business and social networking organization whose mission is to “enable internationally-minded women in Japan to achieve their full professional and personal potential.”