Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Soccer 2010 - step up on your microstock know-how and shoot in a real soccer stadium in Berlin-Tempelhof, under professional guidance, and for a whole day. The soccer workshop is the kick-off event for our new workshop series "Fotolia Academy".
Planning. Shooting. Post Production.
Perfect moving images, strong emotions and optimal perspective: In small teams you learn about ready-made sets and everything that you'll have to consider at an outdoor microstock shooting.
From planning (brainstorming, planning, organizing) on the actual shooting (technology, lighting, models, and props) to post production (post-processing of images, perfect indexing) - a real insight into the entire workflow process of a stock photography shoot.
Your trainer. Your lawn. Your team.
Workshop will be led by the professional photographer Marc Brink Meier, who completed his training at the renowned photographer vocational training center Lette-Verein Berlin. His stock photography career started over ten years as an assistant to Klaus Tiedge - one of the first major German stock photography pioneers - in Cape Town. Brink Meier won the 2008 Gruner & Jahr Photo Award in the category "Documentary."
Marc accompanies you while shooting, and reveals his tips and tricks for perfect photos. You can transfer it directly into practice and increase your skills and perfect portfolio.
The props and actors - experienced amateurs and models - are provided by Fotolia. All you need is your photo equipment.
Join. Learn. Sell.
You'll leave this workshop equipped with valuable experience and great new photos, which you can directly sell exclusively through Fotolia.
The Photo Workshop is limited to a few participants. The ticket will cost 150 Euros (200 Euros for non-Fotolia-members).
Register for the workshop now!
For questions about the workshop email firstname.lastname@example.org
Facts about the workshop:
- Date: 29 May 2010
- Time: 9:00 am - 18:00 pm
- Location: soccer stadium in Berlin-Tempelhof. This address is for registered participants, teachers previously notified by email.
- Cost: 150 euros for Fotolia members, $ 200 for non-members
- Registration now open under http://de.amiando.com/fotolia.html
- Conditions below
Who can participate?
The competition is open to all persons over 18 years. Fotolia S.à.r.l. as the organizer reserves the right to verify.
Application for participation
The number of participants is limited to 40 participants. It is first come - first serve.
Registration takes place online on Amiando.
- Registration fee has to be paid in full by: 26.05.2010.
Each participant will have a preferred camera (DSLR) in order to actively participate in the workshop.
It is recommended that you carry a portable flash unit for the camera, if available.
For the alternative variant in case we face continuous rain, the adjoining hall will be available; appropriate indoor sports shoes are required.
With continuous rain the entire event will be moved into the adjacent hall.
Meals and drinks will be provided and are included in the fee.
If you cancel your participation, the participation fees can unfortunately not be refunded. However, the transfer of participation to another person may be possible.
Use of the photos which were produced at the event
Photos produced at the event may be marketed exclusively through Fotolia.
The total number of marketable images per participants is set 50. The week following the workshop (KW22) 5 selected images will go up on Fotolia's server and they will be activated under the accelerated procedure.
Shares (Model / property Release)
maintained for all models. Model and property release forms are are provided by Fotolia
Is not provided by Fotolia and the responsibility of the participants.
Fotolia S.à.r.l. assumes no liability for property damage and personal injury.
The participants agree that the images which are generated during the event might be used by Fotolia for the press coverage and promotion.
Press Contact: email@example.com
Direct email contact is firstname.lastname@example.org
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