Gemma Huh, "Kinoflo Beauty Workshop" - Image by Ronnie Photo

Gemma Huh, "Kinoflo Beauty Workshop" - Image by Ronnie Photo

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION


Q: How do I book my place on the workshop ?

A:  You can easily reserve your place on the workshop by paying the booking fee via Paypal, by clicking on the Paypal button on our 'Schedule and Bookings' page.

Q: How experienced do I need to be attend your workshops ?

A:  You don't need to be a professional photographer or fashion enthusiast to attend one of my workshops. We aim our courses at all the creative individuals out there who are passionate about photography and willing to learn. Most of the attendees tend to be amateurs and of  beginner/intermediate skill level, but we get some pros too ! 

Professional and novices both learn and practice at their own pace and get tailored guidance throughout the day.

Q: I need a DSLR or a specific camera or lenses to attend the workshop ?

A:  Yes and No. We like people with wonderful also impossible or creative cameras; just let us know in advance.

Q: What equipment do I need to bring with me ?

A: You and your camera with a fully charged battery, enough memory card space, and the you lenses you feel more. If you are unsure about which lenses are more appropriate to the workshop, please ask.

Pen & paper for notes and a laptop for editing are preferable, but not necessary.

Q: How many people there in the group ?

 

A: The workshops have a class size of maximum 12 peoples (often less - class size could be 2 -6 - 8 or 10 depending the event) to ensure everyone the time and attention they deserve to be guided and have their personal questions answered at all times.

Every student will have time to shoot the models alone and apart from the group, having complete freedom over directing the models and choosing camera settings, props & more.

Q: How do I book my place on the workshop ?

A: You can easily reserve your place on the workshop by paying the booking fee via Paypal, by clicking on the Paypal button on our 'Schedule and Bookings' page. If you prefer to pay via bank transfer, just get in touch and we will provide you with all the information you need.

Q: How experienced do I need to be to attend your workshops ?

A: You don't need to be a professional photographer or fashion enthusiast to attend one of our workshops. We aim our courses at all the creative individuals out there who are passionate about photography and willing to learn. Most of the attendees tend to be amateurs and of  beginner/intermediate skill level, but we get some pros too! 

Professional and novices both learn and practice at their own pace and get tailored guidance throughout the day.

Q: Do I need a DSLR to attend one of the workshops ?

A: Yes and No. We love students with impossible cameras, but before to RSVP it is preferable for you to contact us and tell which is the camera you love to bring if this is not a SLR/DSLR a rangefinder film camera or a medium format camera with digital or film back.

Q: What equipment do I need to bring with me ?

A: Your DSLR camera with a fully charged battery (or two!), enough memory card space, and one or two lenses. If you are unsure about which lenses are more appropriate to the workshop, please email us with a description of your equipment and we will help you choose.

Pen & paper for notes and a laptop for editing are preferable, but not necessary.

Q: How many people are in a group ?

A: The Workshops have a class size of maximum 10 students to ensure everyone the time and attention they deserve to be guided and have their personal questions answered at all times.

Q: Is my booking refundable ?

A: We know plans can unexpectedly change, but we DO NOT OFFER any form of refund if you can't attend the event.

Q: What happens if a workshop gets cancelled or postponed ?

A: In the unlikely event that we have to postpone or cancel a workshop due to the tutor's working schedule or bad weather, all the payments will be refunded in full.

Q: How can I use the images taken on the workshop ?

A: The shots you take on the workshop are for non-commercial use only. This means you are more than welcome to show them off on your personal website, networking site or online photo gallery, but you cannot sell them, publish them or make any income out of them.

If you are interested in publishing the images taken at the workshops in a magazine, please get in touch with us before hand, so we can make sure all the release forms and consents are in place.