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Frédéric STUCIN

Portrait: Light and sensitivity / F. Stucin
Photographers must adapt to many constraints when creating a portrait. The person, place and lighting guide the shoot but should not overshadow the photographer’s intentions and sensitivity.

The five-day course will first focus on natural and artificial lighting and the relationship with the model. During group workshops, Frédéric Stucin will share his experiences, solutions and tips to conduct a session and learn about lighting.

During editing sessions and exchanges of points of view, the first days will combine technical and practical experiments during shoots with a more sensitive search of one's own aesthetic choices and the distance to take.

In the second stage, the participants will apply their choices in the field in real-life situations, relying especially on meetings arranged by the Rencontres d'Arles.

Seeking to express sensitivity and a singularity, the photographs will aim to achieve pre-determined goals. 
 
Like a collective, participants will share their feelings, discuss their opinions of the work underway and examine the relationships between the images.
On the last day, a selection of work will be displayed at a small exhibition.

FRÉDÉRIC STUCIN
Frédéric Stucin studied decorative arts in Strasbourg and graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière. In 2002, he began working on a regular basis with the daily newspaper Libération. His images are widely published in the French press, including Les Inrocks, Le Monde, Madame Figaro, Grazia, Express Styles and Technikart. At the same time, he carries out commissions for communication agencies. He also pursues more personal black & white street photography projects in the United States, with unabashed references to the genre of great American masters such as Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander and Harry Callahan.
The Only Bleeding series was published by Editions Le Bec en l'air.
Siteweb : fredericstucin.com
Valid from 05 August
to 09 August 2024
5 jours / 35h - Tarif en Autofinancement 
790,00€
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Portrait: Light and sensitivity / F. Stucin

Valid from 05 August
to 09 August 2024
5 jours / 35h - Tarif en Autofinancement 
790,00€
- +
Add to my basket

Photographers must adapt to many constraints when creating a portrait. The person, place and lighting guide the shoot but should not overshadow the photographer’s intentions and sensitivity.

The five-day course will first focus on natural and artificial lighting and the relationship with the model. During group workshops, Frédéric Stucin will share his experiences, solutions and tips to conduct a session and learn about lighting.

During editing sessions and exchanges of points of view, the first days will combine technical and practical experiments during shoots with a more sensitive search of one's own aesthetic choices and the distance to take.

In the second stage, the participants will apply their choices in the field in real-life situations, relying especially on meetings arranged by the Rencontres d'Arles.

Seeking to express sensitivity and a singularity, the photographs will aim to achieve pre-determined goals. 
 
Like a collective, participants will share their feelings, discuss their opinions of the work underway and examine the relationships between the images.
On the last day, a selection of work will be displayed at a small exhibition.

FRÉDÉRIC STUCIN
Frédéric Stucin studied decorative arts in Strasbourg and graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière. In 2002, he began working on a regular basis with the daily newspaper Libération. His images are widely published in the French press, including Les Inrocks, Le Monde, Madame Figaro, Grazia, Express Styles and Technikart. At the same time, he carries out commissions for communication agencies. He also pursues more personal black & white street photography projects in the United States, with unabashed references to the genre of great American masters such as Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander and Harry Callahan.
The Only Bleeding series was published by Editions Le Bec en l'air.
Siteweb : fredericstucin.com


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