At Photo Münsingen 2019, experienced workshop leaders and committed photographers impart their knowledge. From animal, landscape, wedding and nude to architectural photography, everything is included. Workshops on technical topics such as Lightroom and flash photography are also on offer. Here are some pearls.
Analog photography with Christoph Bürki
Like in the old days: insert a film and take analogue photos. In the first course you will develop this film together with course leader Christoph Bürki.
> Analog photography - film development
The second course continues in the photo laboratory: gradation, dodging, post-exposure. At the end of the day you will have a technically clean enlargement.
> Analog photography laboratory
Report photography with Adrian Moser
How do I tell a story? How do I prepare for the report? After a theoretical part, the participants develop report ideas that are then implemented and discussed.
> Reportage photography
Body projections with Christoph Ris
For lovers of extraordinary nude photography: We project images onto our camera-used model, which ensures that unique images are created.
> Nude body projection
Wedding photography with Felix Peter
In three workshops, Felix Peter shows what is important in wedding photography.
- The wonderful subjects in which the bride prepares for the big day.
- The bridal couple photo shoot with natural and flash light.
- Post-production techniques, marketing and the administrative aspects of a wedding photographer.
Light painting with Bruno Kneubühler
Im Basics workshop learn how to use light painting at night or in darkened buildings. You will learn how lamps, LEDs and other aids can be used and which is the correct order when creating such an image. At the workshop Light painting with model it's about shaping the light around a model.
Expand your knowledge! Secure your place online from Tuesday, April 23rd, 20 p.m.! We look forward to your participation. You can find an overview of all workshops here:
By the way: for them too Multivision 'Madagascar' Reservations can be made free of charge from Tuesday, April 23 at 20 p.m.