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An exciting introduction to portrait photography

Step in front of the camera and become a 1920s police suspect for a day in this exciting introduction to portrait photography.

Join Fine art photographer Enrico Scotece and Sydney Living Museum's Curator of Digital Assets, Holly Schulte to recreate the unique Specials portraits featured in the Underworld exhibition.

Using an Eastman camera - akin to the camera used by Sydney policeman George Howard almost 100 years ago, step into the shoes of the suspects featured in the captivating Underworld mugshots.

All attendees receive their very own analogue mugshot photograph and light refreshments throughout the day.

This workshop is aimed at 16 years of age and over and is suitable for photo enthusiasts and aspiring photographers.

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Prices are as follows: General $160, Concession $155 and Members $150

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When: Sunday 25 March, 10am-2pm
Where: Justice & Police Museum, Corner Albert and Phillip Streets, Circular Quay, Sydney NSW
Cost: General $160, Concession $155, Members $150
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