Photography is combination of skill, art, technique, timing and context. Knowing how to match all of the factors creates a good photographer and a great photograph. If you would like to learn how to combine these factors its best to learn from the people who have dedicated their lives and careers to finding a perfect balance between these five. In the end of August you will find these 4 extraordinary individuals in a unusual place. A village in the north of Serbia called Mokrin will be their home for a week, and they will spend that week sharing their experiences and knowledge with 18 participants. Check our their biographies and figure out if you would like to be a part of this workshop. (APPLICATION FORM AT THE BOTTOM)
Born in Lugano, Switzerland, graduated with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He is a medium format landscape photographer who captures the relentless shaping of the natural world. Focusing on the building blocks that make up the landscape, he finds overlooked moments, personal spaces that can define a state of natural rapture – as a tribute to a world that too often eludes us.
Milo Zanecchia is an outdoor adventure videographer and photographer. His focus is on documenting natural landscapes with a human element for outdoor brands and tourism agencies across Europe. He has worked for a number of international brands in North America and for humanitarian organizations in Africa and Asia.
A world traveler, philanthropist and a great photographer. Jon focuses most on portrait and behind the scenes, minimalistic photography. His keen eye to grasp a the moment makes his photos dynamic. In addition to the arts aspect of photography Jon also know how to approach photography and visual arts from the commercial side and he will tell you all about it here in Mokrin House.
Robin earned his bachelors degree in photography & imaging at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California. During his four years in LA I photographed everything from celebrities to Music groups, skydiving and car races. After graduation he moved back to Switzerland. He has done a lot of work around the mountains, from photos for cable car companies to advertisements for off Road adventure company.
His passion and favorite photos come for his travels, the latest being a car trip from Switzerland to Mongolia. Other recent travels include countries like Mali, Mauritania, Western Sahara, Morocco and others . During these trips he shoots mostly landscapes and portraits about which he is planning on speaking during the workshop.
When, where and for how long?
From the 21st to the 26th of August in Mokrin House – Mokrin, Serbia. (6 full days)
18 participants, 4 mentors, 6 days, creative spaces, new photographing techniques, end result – exhibition.
What will you learn.
Through out the work shop you will see and hear experiences from photographers who have traveled the world with their camera. Apart from the lectures from each of the photographers you will learn or improve the following things:
- Food photography.
- Product photography
- Landscape photography
- Portrait photography
- Fashion photography
- Post production editing
These basic set of skills will give you the foundation to later develop your own style.
Mokrin House is an ideal setting to hold a photography camp since the arhitecture of the place inspires creativity. This is a photo camp after all so let the pictures do the talking.
Price & Conditions
There are only 4 preconditions for the participants of the workshop.
- That you speak English
- That you have a camera
- That you have a laptop with a photo editing software
- That you are 16-30 years old.
For the full 7 days, 6 nights stay the total price is 250 euros (early bird), 320 euros (after July 1st). This price includes:
- A comfy bed in one of the rooms in Mokrin House
- 3 meals a day
- A place to work and edit you photos
- Access to all Mokrin House public areas & equipment (Swimming pool, bikes, board games, pool table, ect.)
- Materials for the exhibition
- Basically everything else you will need during your stay.
For the local participants (Kikinda & Mokrin) that will not be staying overnight , the total price is 50 euros.
Apply below or if you have any question send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
*The number of places is limited and the applications are open until the 14th of August.
** By applying all participants agree that all the photos created during the camp can be used by Mokrin House Team