Last week I attended a workshop at the studio of Blauwhof to learn the technique of photopolymer etching. A new world has opened up for me. As a base I used photos converted to a photosensitive material that is laminated on a copper plate. After development, I have an image that
Christelle, a model from Canada (travelling around the world) was last WE in Belgium. So we decided to take the opportunity to work with her during a workshop. She is already working since 2005 for a lot of photographers. She has a natural look.Next month we have a new model.
Last Saturday we gave a workshop with Danika. She is Filipino but she lives already six years in Rotterdam. The location was a meetingroom somewhere in Antwerp. Nice location with a balcony and steal stairway.Next month we have a new model. Check the website http://workshops.elimage.be/
Next month in Asia there will be a workshops with the 2 Strobist-Masters.
Last Weekend we organized a workshop about Nude photography.The location was a hotelroom with on the groundfloor a garage. First there was a small explanation how to deal with a model and how you set the lighting. Everyone was enthusiastic. One of the participants had brought his car in the garage: it was
Again my students learned a lot about lighting and working with a model. This is one of the examples we took during the workshop.
This Weekend I learned the people of the workshop about lighting objects for still life. How to light glass, metal,jewelry and food.One of the students took this picture. When the workshop was almost done, I put my SB800 in a softbox to show the students that this system of modifying
Last weekend I did a workshop in Antwerp. The participants were satisfied. The title of the workshop was “Playing with light” Here are a few pictrues.
Today I took my students outside and we practiced the system of Strobist. I found, in a park near Antwerp, a small forest where we had prepared three bare strobes. Aperture f4-4, 5 shutterspeed 1 /125. It was a cloudy day with a little bit of rain. Thanks to Guy who took the pictures.