What does an artist need to produce strong staged photography? Expensive camera equipment? Special light sources? Assistants? Actors? Set designers? Make-up? No! Just a good eye, intuition and a personal understanding of one‘s subject is all you need. Having worked with photo-media for 25 years, Boris Eldagsen will share his insights into how to get the most out of working with no budget.
This is a creativity workshop. Any camera will do. We will have no special location, no special lighting, no models. Just us and our creativity. During the course you will learn how to enhance your imagination and develop strategies to break conventional rules in the image finding process. You will leave with photographs, that you may have thought were never possible.
Limited to 12 participants
How to Register
- Go to DECK’s Shop to make payment for the workshop.
- Participants will be contacted via email.
About the Instructor
Boris Eldagsen (b. 1970, Germany) studied visual arts at the Academies of Art in Mainz and Prague; the Sarojini Naidu School in Hyderabad, India and philosophy at the Universities of Cologne and Mainz. In 2013 he participated in a Roger Ballen Masterclass, was awarded the Prix Voies Off, Arles and became a member of Deutsche Fotografische Akademie.
His work has shown internationally in institutions and festivals including Fridericianum Kassel, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, CCP Melbourne, ACP Sydney, EMAF Osnabrück, Videonale Bonn, Edinburgh Art Festival, Encontros da Imagem Braga, Athens Video Art Festival, Media Forum Moscow, WRO Media Art Biennale Wroclaw, Biennale Le Havre and Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth.
Eldagsen has lectured at Akademie für Bildende Künste,Mainz; Hochschule Furtwangen; Fotografie Forum Frankfurt; Westlicht Wien; New Media Scotland and the following insitutitons in Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Contemporary Photography, Photography Studies College, RMIT University, Monash University, and the Victorian College of the Arts.