Photography Workshop with Gentl & Hyers and Aran Goyoaga. DEPOSIT

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Photography Workshop with Gentl & Hyers and Aran Goyoaga. DEPOSIT

900.00

Marine Area 7 is thrilled to announce our upcoming collaboration with Gentl & Hyers
of This is the Wanderlust and Aran Goyoaga.

Where the Wild Things Are, a food and travel photography workshop.

Marine Area 7 would like to present Andrea Gentl and Martin Hyers, who together with Aran Goyoaga, will be teaching a two-day food and travel photography workshop on Lummi Island. All students will learn about photography and food styling from the perspective of working professionals.
The workshop will focus on two types of shooting: still life and reportage. For the food still-life portion, Andrea and Martin (professionally known as Gentl & Hyers) will discuss and demonstrate: composition, natural lighting and simple editing with Capture One. Shooting while tethered to a monitor, the students will view subtle techniques and changes in real time. How to make food beautiful will be a strong focus- to which Aran Goyoaga (AKA Canelle et Vanille) will bring professional expertise.
Each student will get a chance to practice techniques using simple tools all photographers should have in their kit. Marine Area 7 will provide surfaces and props which each student will have access to use in their photos.
Where the Wild Things Are is the theme and we will be foraging for wild edible plants
including seaweed and using these and other local ingredients to create our subject matter.
Wild salmon will play a key role in the weekend as well. We will celebrate this fish with a salmon bake on the beach together with a Lummi Nation member who will share their knowledge of the historical and cultural significance of the wild salmon.
In this workshop there will be countless opportunities to make beautiful photographs
but you will be encouraged to go beyond that, to dig a little deeper and to develop your own unique point of view and to tell a story with the photos you create.
A large part of the workshop will take place indoors at our beach house but we will also be outdoors, on the beach, visiting farms and possibly on a salmon fishing boat so please be prepared with warm clothes and rubber boots.
Participants are encouraged but not required to have a digital camera and a computer with editing software. The most important thing is to have a passion for learning.

WHEN : August 24-26, 2018
COST : $1,800. Limited to ten participants.
DEPOSIT : A deposit of $900 must be paid to reserve your spot.
BALANCE : $900 balance must be received by August 1st.
INCLUDED : half day workshop on 8/24, full day 8/25 and half day 8/26. Dinner on Friday, breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday and accomodations.
ACCOMODATIONS : Private room with shared bath at Nettles Farm or Full Bloom Farm.
NOT INCLUDED : Transportation to and from Lummi Island
CANCELLATIONS : Due to the production logistics there will be no refunds for cancellations so please be sure you can attend before purchasing your spot.






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