VERMONT EDITING MASTERCLASS
ADVANCED PHOTO EDITING WITH MAGDALENA SOLÉ
AUGUST 24 — 28, 2020
In the world of fine art and documentary photography it is essential that work is well edited. Whether preparing for portfolio reviews, book proposals, gallery shows or a magazine story, a solid foundation in the fundamentals of editing and sequencing are necessary tools in the current art market. We’ve all been there: wallowing in hundreds of images, each a little different from the next. What to choose? In this five-day workshop photographer Magdalena Solé to help you hone your eye for efficient self-editing. You will learn to edit large bodies of work in a practical way towards selection of the best images and how to quickly differentiate between good pictures and those that are not. You will also learn how to create a consistent look, develop a narrative theme and practice the art of sequencing.
Participants are required to bring one project to the workshop.
Learn to edit your work in stages: How to work though a large number of images.
How to distinguish between a great image and one that you like, but doesn’t work
Review the masters' iconic images
How to juxtapose images: the dialogue between images and how they relate
How to build a sequence using rhythm, color, light, and geometric shapes.
The differences in editing for an exhibit, a magazine, or a book
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This class is for advanced and professional photographers and is limited to 10 participants.
You must have a complete body of work which is ready to be edited. Participants should be proficient in Lightroom or a similar program.
Before sending your deposit, please email your application containing a short Bio, and a paragraph about why you want to attend the workshop, together with 8 photographs with the subject line: VT Editing Workshop. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maximum 10 participants. The workshop will be held in Magdalena's studio in the beautiful countryside of Southern Vermont. Each participant will book their own accommodation.
To reserve a spot you need to send in your deposit of $500 to SolePictures as soon as possible, as this workshop could sell out quickly. When you fill out the sign-up form it will take you to the payment page, where you can submit your deposit via credit card. You can also send payment by check.
The balance is due June 1, 2020.
Maximum group size 10