Photos of the workshop participants
Here you can view the photos, taken by the workshop participants. These are the best works, selected by the master in the process of joint discussions.
© Olesia Prisiazhnaia
© Oleg Vasilenko
© Stan Tordua
145 photos from 13 authors
Colorist photographer. Devout color explorer and an author of numerous articles on photography and image processing. An author of The Living Digit book (published by Treemedia in 2013). A co-founder of the Fotoproekt, a chain of photolaboratories and a photoschool. An organizer and participant of a number of photo tours across Southeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East and other regions. An author of a very popular Russian blog on photography and travel.
List of participants is visible to the club members, who have attended at least one workshop.
About the workshop
Argentina! A country where old traditions and modern, poverty and luxury mingle freely. A lifetime may not be enough to truly know it, but we'll get a taste in just 6 intense days. 4 days more will be spent in the neighboring Uruguay.
Socialize with each other and locals, seep fragrant mate, listen to tango, see a carnival – exotic experiences and creative company. And lest we forget, local cuisine borrowing from Italian and Spanish, African and Indian cooking traditions. Where else if not in the Meat Country can you taste the world's best asado?
After the first days in Buenos-Aires, where we'll stroll down noble promenades and peek into the slums, set your sights on Uruguay. The bay of Rio de la Plata, Montevideo City, ocean expanse, sunshine and beaches!
Pavel Kosenko will lead on this action-filled photo romp and share his know-how.
Very important! You must bring along a notebook to review and select pictures - we'll have discussions almost every day. Be aware that iPads and other tablets usually aren't a good choice for this. You'll need a notebook to upload pictures made during the day, make a first yes-no selection, apply preliminary corrections, if necessary, and to save the result on a USB that can later be plugged into the projector for group discussion. All that takes time, which is always at a premium on our trips. So don't count on borrowing someone else's notebook. They will be just too busy to share.
Russian citizens don't need a visa to enter Argentina and Uruguay.