24/36 workshop

This challenging workshop will help you work on specific photography skills that are almost forgotten in the new digital world of photography 

In this two-day workshop attendees will learn how limitations can benefit their ability to do a pre-visualization and anticipate.

Simulating the analogue camera experience and working with all its limitations from frame counts, to camera speed and visualizing the results.

COURSE OUTLINE:

You will simply have a full day shoot with Marwan Abdel Alim assigning you 2 simple but challenging tasks: taking 36 shots and 24 shots only! Your frames will be counted and you will have to see the photo before taking it. Yes, it is a whole analogue camera experience with your DSLR. 

This challenging workshop will help you work on specific photography skills that are almost forgotten in the new digital world of photography 

In this two-day workshop attendees will learn how limitations can benefit their ability to do a pre-visualization and anticipate.

Simulating the analogue camera experience and working with all its limitations from frame counts, to camera speed and visualizing the results.

Day One: 
will be a long field trip with briefing and then go for two assignments till late afternoon. 

Day Two:

will be critic session for the results, workflow, and presentation of best work. 

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Marwan Abd El-Alim:

Marwan Abd El-Alim (b. 1988 - Cairo, Egypt). A self-taught photographer, Marwan obtained a degree in Economics at Helwan University and has been working as a Beauty/Fashion photographer since 2008.
His passion for Fashion started since he was 14 years, and developed over years to be one of the leading Fashion photographers in Egypt.
He's a photography instructor since 2010 with a long record of very successful workshops, courses, seminars, features and talks, with over than 500 satisfied students&participants.

Among his Clients

Fashion&Commercial: Azza Fahmy Jewellery, Nokia ME, Gemma Ceramics

CELEBRITIES
Hassan El-Shafei, Hossam Habib.

http://www.marwanabdelalim.com