This workshop led by Laia Abril aims to provide participants a series of tools and strategies to enhance the investigation and construction of their narratives within their own projects. Abril’s work research-based revolves around conceptualization and interpretation of facts, working with photography, video and mixed media installations.
Join Rob Hornstra on October 21 and 22, 2017 for a two-day intensive workshop for photographers, designers and storytellers who wish to learn how to construct and present long-term photography projects. In this workshop, Hornstra will share his insight into the funding and marketing by using The Sochi Project as an example of a self-published photo project. This workshop is about what we all desire as storytellers and photographers: Freedom. Freedom creates opportunity. Opportunity makes your future.
06/17/17 Departure: 8 o’clock Return: 22 o’clock foto-forum organizes a trip that takes you to the festival “Fotografia Europea” in Reggio Emilia! www.fotografiaeuropea.it 30 € Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photoreportage, Fine old printing techniques: Rayograms, Fine old printing techniques: Chimographs, Fine old printing techniques: Cyanotype, Pinhole: building a stenopeic camera, Portrait: portrait project on the character, Collage Techniques, Emotions in photos, Fenakitiscopio and Taumatropio: Cinema before cinema
Guided Tour: Valentina Cramerotti, Luca Pedrotti
Photographic Memory Tournament: Cecilia Verilli, Federico Carpani
Christmas cyanotypes, the blue workshop with antique prints! This workshop familiarises you with an alternative typography of photography. By using blossoms, leaves, feathers and other objects, we will produce blue photograms with sunlight. We will create images, bookmarks, Christmas cards and will also try out the technique with textiles.
Talk with Gigliola Foschi and Walter Niedermayr, moderation Sabine Gamper
In the media world, strong, “loud” pictures are often more popular—they impress with immediacy and a clear message. As an antithesis to these works, many contemporary artists are creating “quiet” pictures, produced with long exposure times, that achieve their impact by restricting their means or through the power of their visual ambiguity and mysteriousness
Talk & Portfolio Review: Giovanna Calvenzi und Giovanna Silva (Humboldt Books)