Hosted by Photographer MOJA and BRONCOLOR
MOJA invites Sails CHONG, one of the world’s top photographers and Hasselblad and Broncolor Ambassador, to give his first workshop in Europe.
You will learn how to see and shape light, direct model to create powerful and emotionally engaging photos, and bring the images to life through post-production. Sails will answer the most frequently asked questions about equipment, photoshoot production and work process.
Join us and take your portrait photography to the next level!
11-12-13 October, 2019
Day 1 | Fri, 11 Oct, 9:00 - 18:00
Basic Theory & Advanced Theory
Indoor Lighting Specs
Indoor Shooting Session
Day 2 | Sat, 12 Oct, 9:00 - 18:00
Outdoor Lighting Specs
Outdoor Lighting Session
Day 3 | Sun, 13 Oct, 9:00 - 18:00
Image Editing - Photoshop
Branding & Marketing Strategies
Building Your Brand
1 day: 800 EUR
2 days: 1.500 EUR
3 days: 2.000 EUR
Early Bird Tickets (Sign Up Before 1 Sept)
1 day: 720 EUR
2 days: 1.350 EUR
3 days: 1.800 EUR
Ticket prices include coffee breaks and lunches.
If invoiced to a company (who makes the payment) : removal of 17% taxes. Please contact us for more information.
Limited spots available.
Sign up before 1 September and get 10% discount!
Apply Early Bird Discount Code at check-out to get 10% off: EB19
Sails Chong is China’s top photographer and a Hasselblad and Broncolor Ambassador. Coming from an academic background of Japanese Studies and Fine Arts, he is famous for his photography where he creates surrealistic imagery of the portrait set against a backdrop of visually stunning Chinese aesthetics or breathtaking landscape. Sails Chong believes that photography is a lonely journey, and no glorious booming is possible without years of grinding.
With his education and working experience in Japan, he is very particular on principles in an almost rigidly vigorous way. He judges harshly on the composition and the exposure and builds them on precise mathematics before giving emotional depth to the photographs.
“Only after we run can we know the joy of wind.”