Learn what defines an enchanting, expressive photographic portrait from the internationally recognised photographer Mirjana Vrbaški – at an exclusive one-day workshop. In the intimate setting of Vrbaski’s studio in Berlin-Weißensee, you will spend the day learning the basics: studio, light and camera settings, working with a portrait model, as well as basic image editing. Most importantly, you will learn to better define your own style and ‘signature’ within the portraiture genre.
The workshop takes place on Saturday & Sunday, Dec 14 & 15, 2019, from 10 am to 2 pm. It is held in German and English and costs 225 € per person (snacks and beverages included). The number of participants is limited to 4 – 6.
Requirements: your own digital SRL camera.
Please book your workshop participation by sending an email to: moc.i1576235695ksabr1576235695vanaj1576235695rim@o1576235695fni1576235695
About Mirjana Vrbaški
Vrbaški’s journey as a portrait photographer began at the Royal Academy of Arts in Den Haag where she graduated with a degree in photography. She is a recipient of various awards and nominations, such as the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Renaissance Photography Prize, Hellerau Portrait Award, Conscientious Portfolio Award, and Vattenfall Fotopreis. Vrbaski’s work is exhibited internationally. She lives and works in Berlin.
Currently works from her series ‘7/8’ and ‘Verses of Emptiness’ are on view in the solo show »Innere Orte« at Kulturhaus Karlshorst in Berlin-Lichtenberg. Exhibition: Oct 19 — Nov 24, 2019. With an Artist-Curator Talk on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 7:30 pm, with Mirjana Vrbaški and exhibition curator Dr. Sylvia Metz, moderated by art historian Julia Rosenbaum (Studio Visits Berlin).
Workshop registration & further information:
Tel: +49 157 333 94868
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