Back by popular demand: The Fine-Art Long Exposure Workshop taught by Marc Koegel in a special 4 day format!
Having a full 4 days not only gives more opportunities to shoot, we'll have more time to review your images, learn about post-processing and on the final day, we'll even be able to make a high quality fine-art print of your best image shot during the workshop.
This one-of-a-kind workshop will teach you how to make stunning black and white landscape images using a variety of techniques, including long-exposures of 15+ minutes.
Marc has been teaching long exposure photography techniques since 2006. He has taught long exposure photography to over 1000 students, in the classroom, by way of online courses, across 4 continents and in 2 languages. This makes him one of the most experienced teachers. Marc's photography has won numerous international awards, including the IPA Photo Awards, Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3), Epson Pano Awards, etc. He has been photographing using long exposures for over 10 years, with both film and digital.
This workshop has been specifically designed to take full advantage of the amazing natural and urban landscapes of Vancouver. We’ll be shooting all around the area, from the water’s edge to the busy urban streets of the downtown district, pushing the limits of these techniques to its creative maximum.
Images above: Copyright Marc Koegel Photography
For this 4 day extended version of Marc's workshop, we'll be able to visit a large number of locations, photographing both sea-scapes as well as urban long exposures.
Digital camera equipment, or film in any format (including 4x5 and larger) can be used.
For four days you will be taken through the journey required to generate beautiful fine-art long exposure images. Through exercises in the classroom and in the field, you will refine your photographic vision and set out on the way to becoming a better photographer.
You will learn how to see in black and white!
On the final day, we'll also discuss output options, as Marc will share his printing, framing and exhibition display techniques with the class. There will be an opportunity for each student to walk away with a fine-art print of one of the images photographed during the class.