The Ballarat International Foto Biennale is excited to announce ‘Ballarat Foto Walks’ in collaboration with Ballarat Heritage Weekend. Guided by local photographer David Bailey, participants of all ages, abilities and levels of experience will learn the art of architecture photography. David has an in depth knowledge of the architectural delights this wonderful city offers and will give eager participants insights into successfully photographing his most cherished sites.
Participants will meet at the National Centre For Photography and need to bring a camera and/or iPhone. Please dress for the weather and wear comfy shoes for walking.
DAVID BAILEY | BIOGRAPHY
David Bailey is a Ballarat based Photographer and an avid collector of cameras with a true passion for the medium. He is a husband, father, grandfather, teacher and occasional blogger. David’s love of photography started in primary school when he was introduced to film and dark rooms. This grew to where he is today, an Award Winning Photographer & Photography Trainer.
David loves getting to know the people in front of the lens and capturing their stories and true selves. When it comes to his training, David enjoys sharing knowledge and experience with anyone who has the same passion. He invests in his students, finding it truly amazing to watch their world open up as they easily grasp concepts that they’ve previously struggled with.
HERITAGE WEEKEND | ABOUT
Showcasing the rich heritage history of Ballarat – think horse and carriages, grand old buildings, steam trains, vintage fashion and much more – Ballarat Heritage Weekend will give you a glimpse of yesteryear and explore the stories and tales of this iconic city.
Key events include a fashion show showcasing one of the largest private collections of fashion history, a vintage bicycle ride in your best tweed and a competition for the best beard and stache going round.
As night time descends upon the streets, more stories come to life, exploring the darker side of Ballarat’s heritage with ghost tours, “camp fire” conversations and plenty more.
Content: City of Ballarat
Please select an entry time
- Sat 25 May, 4.30pm
May 25, 2019
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
- Sun 26 May, 7am
May 26, 2019 - May 27, 2019
7:00 am - 8:00 am