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Oliver Klink workshop hosted by Camerawork Gallery
June 9, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm$79
“Turning your travel photography into Fine Art Images. Get Ready and Inspired!”
Workshop with professional photographer Oliver Klink hosted by Camerawork Gallery
June 9, 2019 (10AM – 2PM)
301 N. Graham Street, Portland, OR 97227
Located in Lorenzen Conference Center – Legacy Emanuel Medical Center Campus.
Free off street parking available, Stair and elevator access, TriMet Routes 4, 24 and 44
Workshop price: $79
Register at: https://www.incredibletravelphotos.com/2019-Workshops/2019-1-Day-Workshops/1DayTravelREADY/
Synopsis: The workshop retraces the steps Oliver Klink took to progress from an avid travel photographer to one who delivers meaningful messages thru storytelling and compelling images. Klink will discuss his “breakthroughs”, the technical choices he made to be recognized as one of the best printmakers, the power of making images of personal nature, working on “hero shots” versus a longterm project, how “compelling and different the world of the art is” and be able to embrace it. The format is lecture style, with Q&A at the end of each segments.
Topics covered: Segment 1: You don’t need to be a fulltime photographer to make images “that sing”, Segment 2: Organizing data on the road and at home, Segment 3: I am not reproducing what I saw (Best tips to improve your post processing), Segment 4: I love images on my wall (The smell of the ink vs. the beautiful electronic display), Segment 5: I do it for fun (Making images of personal nature)
About Oliver Klink: Oliver Klink is a professional photographer, originally from Switzerland, now based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has photographed in over 120 countries. In 2018, he published a book – Cultures in Transition: Spirit Heart Soul – which won the prestigious 2019 IPPY GOLD AWARD by the Independent Publisher for best photography book of 2018. The images, the stories, the sequencing, the quality of the printing, and the cover, all contributed to the award. He was also awarded 2018 Black and White photographer of the year by Dodho Magazine.