Ce workshop est axé autour de la Fête de la Musique en y associant la prise d’images et l’éditing photographique.
Un travail photographique s’apparente au processus de vinification : d’abord on vendange les images, autant que possible, ensuite on met en bouteille les meilleures grappes, les meilleures prises, en écartant la majorité des photos, pour parvenir à un produit équilibré, fruité et agréable. En photo, ce processus s’appelle l’« éditing ». Cet atelier explorera les diverses façons de développer un style personnel dans le storytelling, autrement dit dans la construction narrative d’un essai photographique ou d’une recherche personnelle. Didier Ruef abordera les notions de force, d’harmonie et de composition de l’image. L’objectif du workshop est de guider chaque photographe vers sa propre façon de regarder et de l’aider à créer un style personnel.
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The workshop will take place in the Humanit’Art gallery (Rue du Diorama 14, 1205 Genève) on Saturday 1st of September. The participants will be guided to their own way of looking at their projects and in editing their work.
A few places are left for an exciting photographic day.
The workshop will take place in the Humanit’Art gallery ( Rue du Diorama 14, 1205 Genève) on Saturday 1st of September. The participants will be guided to their own way of looking at their projects and in editing their work.
Join us for an exciting day about editing your work. A few places are available for you and a friend.
Saturday, September 1, 2018. From 9 AM to 5 PM.
The lunch is included in the workshop’s prize.
Developing a personal vision as a photographer is both challenging and rewarding. Didier Ruef will lead participants through an exciting day of visual presentation and discussion. This course explores ways to develop a personal style while focusing on long-term goals.
Participants are requested to present a selection of their pictures – digital or printed- for an initial portfolio review, so that Didier Ruef can adapt to students’ work.
During the day, the work will be edited and discussed in order to raise issues and constructive critics.
The aim of the workshop is to guide each photographer towards his own way of looking and help him to create a personal style.
On the latest issue (January 18, 2018) of Écho Magazine, you can look at six pages on TPO police working in and out of trains in Ticino, Switzerland.“La police des trains à l’oeuvre” in Écho Magazine (PDF)
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I was commissioned by Muzeul Literaturii Romane Iași and his director and writer Dan Lungu for a personal discovery of the city of Iași. My counterpart was a romanian photographer Silviu Gheție. With our pictures Iași Editura Muzeelor Literare published the book “Iași. Puncte de vedere“.
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Iași, also referred to as Jassy or Iassy, is the largest city in eastern Romania and the seat of Iași County. Located in the Moldavia region, Iași has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Romanian social, cultural, academic and artistic life. The city was the capital of the Principality of Moldavia from 1564 to 1859, then of the United Principalities from 1859 to 1862, and the capital of Romania from 1916 to 1918.