Photo workshop 'The Estates of Lochem' - English
The estates of Lochem belong to the most photogenic locations in the Netherlands, where you can find beautiful old lanes and atmospheric forests that are unique for even the whole world.
This workshop will focus on forest photography and will take a walk at the estates of Lochem. During this walk, tips on camera settings and composition will be given. We will start making photos of one of the most beautiful lanes of Lochem.
After lunch, the second part of the workshop starts, which will focus on post-processing. The use of software, such as Photoshop and Nik Collection, will be discussed. Martin will explain his workflow and will show you how to give a dreamy atmosphere to your photos and how to edit photos with fog and sunrays.
Dependent on the number of participants, Edwin Mooijaart will also contribute as second workshop leader. For a small group, the workshop will be given by Martin only.
For who is this workshop meant?
This workshop is suitable for beginners as well as advanced photographers. As the group is small, there is opportunity for explanation and assistance tailored to your level.
What should you bring?
- Camera with different lenses (up to 200 mm)
- Clothes that can get dirty and good shoes
- Pen and paper for making notes
- Optionally your own laptop (not required)
08:30 – 12:00 Shooting photos in Lochem
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch
12:30 – 15:30 Post processing
15:30 – 16:00 Questions and spare time
16:00 End of the workshop
Workshop forest photography
After the workshop, you will get access to a page where you can download presentations, Photoshop actions, and other material. In the presentations you can read the tips and tricks that have been addressed during the working.
The costs of the workshop, including coffee, tea, lunch, are EUR 110.
The maximum number of persons is 12. Your can reserve your spot by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. A deposit of 25 euro is required to confirm your reservation. Note that the minimum number of participants for the workshop to take place, is 5.