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Photography workshop

How is the workshop going?

I try to organize the workshop program so that we spend as much time as possible in the field, because I think that the most can be learned directly while taking pictures. Group workshops last 3-5 days. As part of the workshop, I try to use the time to the maximum, so expect that we won't have many moments to relax. I choose the locations in such a way that it is possible to photograph not only sunrises and sunsets, but also places suitable for daytime photography. the time we are not in the field (most often during the day or evening) I use for theory. I always start it with a presentation about landscape photography as such, and then we focus on detailed photo processing. 
But one thing is certain, during the entire workshop we will be on the move, absorbing information and not even an hour will be wasted :)

what will you learn at the workshop?

At the workshops, I try to pass on as much of my experience, knowledge and tips as possible on how to turn an ordinary photo of the landscape into one that you yourself would like to hang on your wall. Since a complete beginner as well as an advanced photographer can come to WS, I divided the theory into two parts. I try to meet the beginners a few hours before the start of WS, and together we will go over the complete theory of photography, from its basic technical parameters and connections to the basics of composition, light, exposure, and the like. Of course, we also deal with basic RAW format editing, etc. 
We will all complete the second part of the theory together and it is focused on how to move an ordinary representative photo of the landscape to  a higher level. Here we will move from tutorials and graphs to the level of my experiences, procedures and recommendations. In short, I will show you my procedures, principles and recommendations, so that you have the opportunity to move your photo where you would like.
The post-process is also a matter of course, to which we devote a considerable part of the workshop. It is ideal when the conditions are right and we learn directly from the photos that we managed to take at the workshop. I will show you what basic photo editing procedures I use (developing a photo from RAW, local editing in RAW, using Nik Color Efex PRO) and we will also show advanced editing methods (exposure blending, time blending, focus stacking, etc.)_cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

Why attend the workshop?

If you are a complete beginner, you can really progress in the workshop. What would take you perhaps a year to study by yourself, you can learn here in one weekend. 
On the other hand, if you are already an advanced photographer, you have the opportunity to get an insight into the procedures I use in my work, and at the same time you can get a different perspective on the use of light, working with composition or looking at the landscape as such.
Of course, the photo locations and compositions themselves, which I have run around and tested, are also attractive. 

What equipment do I need?

I specify the equipment individually in the description of each workshop. Basically, it's a digital SLR or mirrorless camera, a basic set of lenses, a tripod and filters (these are an advantage)​
Non-photographic equipment is a separate chapter and it depends on the specific WS, its location and difficulty. 

Accommodation during the workshop

Accommodation  is never included in the WS price, but I reserve and arrange it myself and communicate with registered workshop participants. We are always accommodated in such a way that almost no transfers are necessary and we could therefore fully devote ourselves to what we came to WS for.  If possible, I try to have each of us have a separate room (of course, this is not possible in mountain huts). Accommodation always includes half board. 
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