PAINT THE OCEAN NEON

Avant-garde Fashion Photography from East Hampton to Reykjavik


This summer, push fashion photography into the future using some of the most beautiful light on earth.



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Your backdrop will be the seascapes, sand dunes, and pine barrens of the Hamptons, as well as the vertiginous crags of Iceland.

Working in both locations over three weeks, you will shoot a peerless portfolio of modern fashion and fine art photography. Using working models and the mentorship of renowned photographers Alexis Martino, you’ll master the art of editing and sequencing images into a complex narrative, showcasing your talent for turning a look, a pose, or a brand into a compelling story. You’ll finish this course completely prepared to become a professional fashion photographer, with the latest skills in studio lighting, location scouting, and post-production grading and compositing. You will also possess a polished website demonstrating your personal vision and talents.

We look forward to collaborating with you as we make art in the wild across two continents this summer.


Date: August 12–26 2019   

Workshop Fee: $6,500  

Class Size: 15


 

Location

Daily class sessions are held on the sprawling Ross School campus in East Hampton as well as Reykjavik, Iceland and the surrounding area. Lectures, presentations, workshops, and shoots are held on a daily basis.

Arrival

Arrival is on Sunday, August 11th. A welcoming barbecue is held that same day. The workshop will begin on Monday, August 12 at 9am. If students have local accommodations tuition will be discounted by $1200.

Departures

Departure for Iceland will be on August 19 and the return is on August 26th. The course closes on August 28th.

Technology

Students ideally should have their own SLR digital cameras but if needed students will be provided with digital cameras. Students will also be provided with studio equipment, props, models, and lenses. Desktop computers with Photoshop will also be provided. Students should bring their own personal external hard drive to store their work.

Meals

All meals will be provided for students while at Ross School. Some meals will be provided in Iceland, but others will be at students’ own expense.


Please note: Tuition will be due in full on July 5th.



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