Join the Leica Akademie for a wedding photography workshop at Harrison Cameras, Sheffield. This unique opportunity offers an insight into how professional wedding photographer Clement Lauchard, approaches and produces images using a Leica SL. This workshop will include the following:
- A review of attendees’ portfolio (participants are asked to bring up to 10 images for review; images can be printed or supplied on a USB stick in a jpeg format)
- A shooting experience where you will have the opportunity to test out the Leica SL
- The practicalities of shooting a wedding
- Equipment selection
- Capturing stories: Learn how to capture the intimate moments of a couple’s wedding day without feeling like you’re intruding or disrupting the flow
- An introduction to post-processing, workflow and developing
- Q & A
A Leica expert will also be in attendance for this workshop.
Special workshop offer:
Date: 19th November 2016
Venue: Harrison Cameras, 112-114 London Road, Sheffield, S2 4LR
Refreshments provided / Lunch not included
This workshop is open to all levels of photographers who are keen to grow their skill set.
If borrowing Leica equipment, you will need to bring two forms of ID to the session. The first form of ID should be a passport or UK driving license and the second form of ID a utility bill showing your home address.
Clément Lauchard was born in France, and for the last ten years has been based in London where his passion and interest in photography began.
Influenced and inspired by the multi-cultured urban lifestyle of London, and street photographers such as Henri-Cartier Bresson and Elliott Erwitt, Clément is carving out a noted and well respected reputation amongst some of his top clients; Dior, Fendi, Jimmy Choo, LVMH and Browns.
His behind the scenes approach to photography is what attracts the next customer and it’s taught him to specialise in a wider range of projects such as weddings, private and corporate events, music and fashion.
Clément’s bespoke storytelling is unobtrusive and focuses on emotion and personality. Often referred to as reportage or documentary photography, he delivers images that are close to the action without imposing his presence.