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Born in Sintra (Portugal) in 1988, José Sarmento Matos is a Portuguese documentary photographer based in between Lisbon and London. In December 2014 he completed a...
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
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Join professional photographer José Sarmento Matos for a Leica Akademie workshop at Leica Store City, London. Learn more and sign up, here.
Learn how to control available light while shooting a story on everyday life in London.
José will work with the attendees on their street photography skills in order to produce a coherent one-day series/story. The attendees will work on their exposure, framing, composition, and the ability to approach subjects in the street.
Venue: Leica Store City, Unit 18, The Royal Exchange, London, EC3V 3LP
Date: Saturday 30 th September 2017
Price: £125 Lunch included on day one (please advise of any dietary requirements on making a booking)
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
After Newsweek Mag and The New York Times my project "How Can I Help You?" was published at WIRED today. Piece written by Charley Locke! It´s nice to see these two chapters (India and the Philippines) of my on-going project about this faceless people (who deserve more than just a voice) still getting attention by big international publications. Check it out!
Happy to share good news with you all! Newsweek Europe is running in their magazine a part of my on-going project on call centers and the lives of the call center workers around the world. From tomorrow you can get the magazine with my Photo Essay about the Call Centers in the Philippines. With words by Mirren Gidda. Check it now online and get the magazine from tomorrow!
Thanks a lot for everyone who has been part of this project and decided to share their stories with me! And thanks to Newsweek to be the first to get this project out there!
Check it out. http://europe.newsweek.com/how-new-technology-automation-ai-take-away-millions-jobs-call-centers-503726?rm=eu