Fashion, Concept, Beauty StagedRegister Now!
In this workshop students explore staged fashion with an emphasis on romantic, subtle beauty. The workshop will experience working with a model, styling, poses, mood, movement, wardrobe, and staging within an environment. All cameras and output types are encouraged. Through working together on location and sharing ideas, students discover new ways to think about how both pre-conceptualizing and letting chance happen can make amazing images.
Requirements: Bring you own camera(s). Digital, film, pinhole, or anything you can make a picture with. Some experimental cameras (pinhole, Lensbaby, Polaroid, paper negative, will be available for students to use in addition to their own cameras.
Day One – evening: Introduction at CPAC with slide show and instructions for shoot day. (2-3 hrs)
Day Two: Staging and Shooting on a private estate in Lakewood (6-8 hrs). Bring your own lunch and snacks.
Day Three – morning: Post-production clean up at CPAC. Tips and general viewing of produced work by students / critique. (2-3 hrs)
Kristen Hatgi received her BFA from the Art Institute of Boston in 2008. She was inspired a decade ago by the local teacher and collector Paul Harbaugh and later she came to work with Mark Sink and Gallery Sink. Out side of her fine art career, Kristen works as a photographer, florist, web, and graphic designer. Mark Sink is a photographer, curator and teacher, who has made a living from fine art photography since 1978. Recently Sink has been exploring the wet plate Collodion technique with his partner, Kristen Hatgi. His work is included in numerous museum collections and shown in gallery solo and group shows world-wide.