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Welcome to our Online Course offers: 


with Connie Imboden

In this online class Connie will help you make decisions in the post processing part of your image, that will elevate the image to its fullest potential.


If we think of intuitive seeing as the first part of the creative process, then the second part would be articulating the image. The most enduring works of art are made from a combination and interaction of rational thought and intuitive, instinctual processes. A fluent exploration with the camera allows our eyes to take the lead, opening the gateway to discovery by freeing us from the intrusive thought process.


Mindful post production, or articulation, helps us extract those exquisite moments of discovery through the deliberate analysis and refinement of these revelations. The focus of this online course is to first develop the skills necessary to engage with our images on a level that allows us to see them clearly and understand what they are saying. Second, to learn how to amplify their voice and articulate their deeper level of truth through a refined process of post-production.



The class meetings are in Zoom on Wednesdays, from 19:00 - 21:00 (CET) / 1PM to 3PM (EST). This course runs over 4 weeks, and include 3 meetings.


We start our online course with Connie on January 19TH, and wraps on February 9TH. 

Day: Wednesdays

Dates: Jan. 19, Feb. 2, Feb. 9.

Time: 19:00 - 21:00 (CET)/ 1PM - 3PM (EST)

Place: Zoom - invitation will be sent to your e-mail

Levels: Basic knowledge of Photoshop required.

Language: English

Max participants: 12


Connie will be working in Photoshop, and the sessions will be recorded so participants can rewatch the lecture as many times as needed until next class. Connie will start with using her own images as examples, but students should be prepared to upload their own images for image articulation advice and suggestions.  


Connie Imboden is an artist whom pushes the photographic medium to its highest level. Especially nudes, where her constant quest is to find new ways to examine, distort and redefine the human body often using reflections in water and mirrors. Her photographs are represented in many collections including The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris, the Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany as well as many other public and private collections throughout Europe and the Americas.

Read more about Connie Imboden on our faculty page. See more of Connie Imboden work on her website.

NOK 4.200,- 
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Registration on our courses are binding

You can pay via the bank or Paypal.

International students: You can pay us via PayPal or transfer your payment directly to our account. Please let us know when registration for a workshop your preferred method of payment. For PayPal payments there is a handling fee of 6 % of the amount paid that will be added to the invoice. For bank transfer there is a transaction fee. Check with your bank for the amount.

For Norwegian invoices there will be an invoice fee of NOK 40,- added. 

We need a min of 6 participants to run the course.

Connie Imboden
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