PhotoNOLA is pleased to present
a two-day workshop with Sally Gall, Artistic
Development Workshop with Sally Gall: Professional Practice & Planning for
Fine-Art Photographers. Gall will explore formal and technical issues,
editing, career opportunities, exhibition venues, commercial applications, and
other topics geared towards the work of each participant. Limited to twelve
students, the intimate workshop will
provide a rich opportunity for each student to refine and solidify their
photographic goals, in terms of both personal expression and career concerns.
The class is open to anyone past the beginning stages of photography.
The workshop will take place at the International
Friday, December 13 and Saturday, December 14, 2013
PhotoNOLA is pleased to present a two-day workshop designed
for photographers wishing to hone their portrait making skills. The Richard Renaldi Workshop: Strangers in New Orleans offers an
intimate opportunity to study with a contemporary master. Through
a combination of slide presentations, portfolio sharing, location shooting and
will explore technical and conceptual aspects of street
portraiture. Renaldi will lead an afternoon shoot on the streets of New Orleans,
teaching students to become more comfortable with approaching
and photographing strangers. The class is limited to ten
workshop will take place at 1128 St. Roch Avenue (formerly Homespace Gallery)
December 13 and Saturday, December 14, 2013
Eugenio Recuendo is a famous Spanish fashion photographer who has a special connection with the town of Paris in France where he had his first solo exhibition and many of his work done.
All about photo asked him a few questions:
AAP: Do you have favorite pictures or series?
I’ve hated all
of them at one point or another for not being loyal to what I expected
them to be like; and all of them are favorites because there is
something from me in all.
AAP: What kind of gear do you use? Camera, lens, digital, film?
depends on each cases. Now more digital, Canon and with Hasselblad;
always old ones and which treat the image with honesty. That is why I
like old ones, ones that have a less forced definition.
AAP: Do you spend a lot of time editing your images? For what purpose?
depends. It's all in the take. After that it's all a question of taking
out defects and over all working on the texture and what it looks like
in the end.
AAP: Favorite(s) photographer(s)?
A lot of them. For example I love Paolo Ventura.
AAP: What advice would you give a young photographer?
Shoot and shoot. Above all to shoot what you feel; not what is in fashion.
If you want to discover Eugenio Recuendo 's full portfolio and interview: Here