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Nude Art Photo Workshop with Jiri Ruzek in Tuscany

Nude art workshop in Tuscany

We invite you to take part in a nude art photography workshop with Czech photographer Jiri Ruzek and Italian model Alessandra Giulia. The workshop will be held in a beautiful 19th-century villa in Crespina, Italy.

When: SATURDAY APRIL 25 2015, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Where: Via le Prata, 42, 56040 Crespina PI, Italy
Price: € 290


Nude art workshop in Tuscany
Nude art workshop with Jiri Ruzek in Tuscany

The workshop aims to show the possibilities and pitfalls when photographing models. You will have the opportunity to peek behind the scenes and get another perspective on many aspects of photography not only those relating to nude art photographs.

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Under the expert guidance of Jiri Ruzek you will learn how to work with model, how to achieve the desired effect learning the intricacies of your camera, playing with lights and shadows, different lenses, angles and distances, and how to avoid unnecessary and often repeated mistakes etc…

Model Alessandra Giulia
Model Alessandra Giulia. Photograph by Adolfo Valente.

Jiri is a leading contemporary Czech nude art photographers. His work goes far beyond the borders of that small European country. Jiri’s seductively provocative mostly black and white photographs are widely published in art books across the world. He is well known for his work. Jiri teaches highly sought-after one-to-one photography workshops. People from all around the globe have traveled to Prague to learn from him. Now they can benefit from his experience by coming to Tuscany in Italy

For more details and to book a place, visit: http://www.jiriruzek.net/nude-art-photo-workshop-in-tuscany.html

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