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.
© Natalia Tutova
© Irina Smirnova
© Tatiana Sukhanova
96 photos from 10 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
Pavel Kosenko’s street, genre and art photography workshop in the elegant Kyoto and the eclectic Tokyo. Includes Lena Aframova’s special educational program Ki-Mono: A Thing to Wear.
This autumn we’ll have a chance to literally try on Japanese culture. The word "kimono" means "a thing to wear". And Japanese have been wearing it for centuries, maintaining their link to the past. On occasion they still do: at ceremonial events, or when they wish to experience seasonal color (??? непонятно), or for weddings... They dress their dead in kimonos as well, folding the dress the opposite direction from normal. The kimono is a simple silhouette, restrained manners, a mincing walk and an assertion of Japanese identity.