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ShootLUX 2019

  • Studio MOJA / Absolute Blue s.a. 25-27, Zone Industrielle L-8287 Kehlen Luxembourg (map)

Shaping Light

Together with Broncolor’s Head Photographer and Consultant Urs Recher, MOJA will co-host Broncolor’s first photography workshop ShootLUX in Luxembourg on Friday, 22 March and Saturday, 23 March.

ShootLUX 2019 is an informative forum where budding photographers, advanced amateurs and professionals can network, share ideas, educate themselves on photographic tools, and foster a community with their fellow photographers.

MOJA will share practical tips for fashion photography projects: how to develop concepts, create storyboard, scout locations, produce set, and control light on locations.

As an expert in light shaping, Urs Recher will share his knowledge on studio lighting and light shapers.

We will both discuss theories and carry out live shooting exercises during the 2-day workshop.

Workshop Schedule

DAY 1 | Friday, 22nd March 2019, 10:00 - 17:00

Fashion and Beauty Photography with MOJA
* Workshop Day 1 will be given in English or French based on registrations.

DAY 2 | Saturday, 23rd March 2019, 10:00 - 17:00

Shaping Light with Urs Recher
* Workshop Day 2 will be given in English.


Studio MOJA / Absolute Blue s.a.
25-27, Zone Industrielle
L-8287 Kehlen
(near Filmland)

Practical Info

Free parking is available in front of and nearby the building, on places that are not marked reserved.

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About MOJA

MOJA is a fashion and beauty photographer who counts a great number of publications in international magazines. Surrounded by specialists in fashion and photography, MOJA creates images with special atmospheres that emphasizes the story behind each picture.

About Urs Recher

As head photographer and consultant of Broncolor Switzerland, Urs plays a pivotal role in the products, content, and imagery of the company and is famous for his educational videos. An expert in light shaping, Urs is the author of “Lighting Architecture” and has spent the past few decades educating students from all over the world on lighting fundamentals and composition.

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