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“In this workshop I will share my work and talk about the important component of the photograph – mood and tone. I will share my experience on how I achieve it in my practice through creative references, color and composition. We will look and discuss the work of the participants in a daily group critique session. On the first day of the workshop participants will be given an assignment and choose the best images from the shoot, which I will review the next day.
Workshop is mainly geared to students and beginners, but professionals are welcome to join too. I am expecting participants to be fairly familiar with the camera work, as we will not discuss technical aspects of photography and focus more on the ideas.”
Evgenia Arbugaeva was born in 1985 in the town of Tiksi, located on the shore of the Laptev Sea in the Republic of Yakutia in Russia. In her personal work she often looks into her homeland – the Arctic, discovering and capturing the remote worlds and people who inhabit them.
Evgenia is a National Geographic Society Storytelling Fellow, a recipient of the ICP Infinity Award, Leica Oskar Barnack Award. Her work has been exhibited internationally and appeared in publications such as National Geographic, Time and The New Yorker magazines among others. She lives in London, UK.
Materials: Please bring a portfolio of 20 images of your work, preferably images that belong to one series/project/idea rather than single images. Images printed on paper would be best, but the digital version is fine too. Every participant is expected to have a camera and a laptop.
The workshop is for: students and beginners, but professionals are welcome to join too, fairly familiar with the camera work, as the class will not discuss technical aspects of photography and focus more on the ideas.
Date: July 17th,18th
Time: 10 am-1 pm and 2:30-6pm.
Where: Parterre, Cortona
Deadline subscriptions: June 30, 2021
Minimum number participants: 5
Maximum number participants: 12
Cancellation: Once the payment has been made, the amount will not be reimbursed, unless the teacher is absent or if the minimum number of participants is not reached.