Joel Tjintjelaar is widely recognised as a groundbreaking photographer and artist within the genre of long expo- sure black and white. His work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the world and he is currently repre- sented in New York, Washington and Amsterdam.
He has won numerous awards for his work including 1st place finishes in the International Photo Awards (IPA). According to Luminous Landscape, “Outside of Ansel Adams’ Basic Photo Series, From Basic to Fine Art, by Joel Tjintjelaar and Julia Anna Gospodarou, is the best book on B&W photography written in the last 40 years.”
Joel’s personal method of Black and White post-processing, called iSGM, that was developed between 2009 and 2010, and first made public early 2011, is a method of post-processing in black and white, that is being increasingly used amongst black and white enthusi- asts and professionals alike.
Attending a workshop with Joel is not just a chance to tap into his unique vision and vast array of experience, but an opportunity to learn first hand his in house methods for processing and toning black and white.
The results speak for themselves
The workshop commences at 7 pm on Wednesday, October 2nd at a Dublin based hotel. The workshop will begin with a welcome chat and a discussion about the days ahead. Thursday and Friday will include sunrise and sunset shoots with classroom sessions in between and lunch. The workshop will finish at lunch time on Saturday.
It’s an action packed few days where Joel will take you through his entire process in the field and also post-production.
Peter and Ed will also be on hand to help you with composition and the technical execution of Joel’s workflow. Peter will also be guiding the workshop drawing on his recent success with Dublin Salt and his in depth knowledge of Dublin locations.
Fee Includes: Tuition, Location Guide, Room Rental for Processing and 2 Lunches