The photographic workshop I am teaching in October this year, still has space left for anyone who is interested in joining an intense and very rewarding workshop. Over the eight days the workshop takes place we will focus on the creative process of photography. You will get a chance to work on your own project with feedback from two very experienced world-photographers who knows Cuba in and out. My colleague – and friend – Sven Creutzmann will take you through the amazing cultural landscape of Cuba, this fascinating and contradictory Caribbean country. If you follow this blog, you know me – at least to some extent, but Sven is a rewarding-winning photographer working for magazines like GEO, Stern, Spiegel, New York Times Magazine and is a member of Corbis Image. Come along on this extraordinary workshop and discover a country full of colours, sensuality and strong cultural roots. The workshops starts out in Havana with its blend of decay, revolution and intense living, then heads out to the picturesque Trinidad, one of the most scenic, colonial cities in Cuba. The workshop takes place between October 7th and 14th 2013.
Another bit of exciting news – at least for me: In addition to this workshop in Cuba I will soon launch a whole new eWorkshop. This will be a workshop you can take at home, going over eight weeks where I will put you on the track of finding your photographic voice. You will receive a little PDF-booklet every week with information, ideas and thoughts on the week’s theme as well as photographic assignments. I will the review the pictures and give you feedback on your work. This is really going to help you find a direction in your photography. Stay in tune. I will soon be back with more concrete information.