Join artic photographer Trym Ivar Bergsmo, and his sidekick NORDphotography's founder Elisabeth N Aanes, on our new workshop in Lofoten. Our goals is for you to capture the artic landscape, but in a way that is true to your creative vision and style. And to create a cohesive portfolio of images from the North, ready to share on your website.
Join Norwegian/ Algerian photo journalist, and member of VII Photo Agency, Linda Bournane Engelberth on a workshop that is crafted to make you a better storyteller - using your talent in photography, and connecting your voice to your images.
Our goal is for you to leave this workshop with a well-crafted photo story and a clearer vision as a storyteller.
How do you present and market your photography? Have you selected the right images to show on your website, and how is your social media presentation? Are you reaching the right audience? What about pricing, editions, copyright? How do you present work to galleries, or behave on a portfolio review. All this and more will be answered on our workshop with Julie Grahame.
There’s more to night photography than stars and hikes.
Join us on this workshop with photographer Ragne K Sigmond and discover the wonders of lightpainting, where you can blend the surreal look of night with brushstrokes of light to enhance your own stories.
Join our workshop in mythical Iceland with the inspiring photographer/ art-director/editor team Jacob & Alissa Hessler. This workshop will inspire you to take a minimal and contemporary approach to traditional landscape photography. To break the rules, look deeper and ignore the easy and overdone postcard shots.
Our instructor team will help you define and refine your signature style.
WET PLATE COLLODION & IMAGE TRANSFER ON GLASS with JILL ENFIELD
Join the master of historical photo processes, Jill Enfield, in this hands-on workshop in Wet Plate Collodion Photography. The workshop cover all the steps in this prosess, from preparing and handling chemistry, cutting and cleaning glass, the dark room set up, getting correct exposures, and varnishing the finished plate.
We invite former participants to join us this week, and as a bonus learn to transfer wet plates images (or any images) on windows, and other glass surfaces.