5th February 2020
Fabrik 23, Gerichtstraße, Berlin, Germany
2 Days
Visit Site Add to Saved

Reminiscence was born with the need to create a meeting point for photographers who are looking for something different from current trends. Photographers who want to find or develop their own signature style in an industry where everything is frequently imitated and repeated constantly. Because we believe that our goal as photographers should be being recognised by our own style.

Reminiscence isn’t just a workshop to get pretty photos for your portfolio. This is something more. We want to inspire you and motivate you to get your identity. This will help you to grow your business and as a photographer. We are not here to tell you how to replicate someone else’s work. Hear our experience about how we found our own voice, our signature. We believe that is something very important nowadays in the industry. We will also do some live shootings to see how we work with light and humans. No pretty mountains or incredible locations. We will shoot in places that we could find at almost every wedding or shooting.

What’s Included

Reminiscence workshop includes:

Two full days of workshop with 6 speakers, styled shootings, meals and drinks during the workshop. Also included, a live concert at one of the evenings and some surprises to have an authentic Berlin experience.

The ticket does not include accommodation. If you need some recommendations please contact the workshop organisers.

Additional Info

Reminiscence’s location, the Fabrik 23 is a very exclusive and authentic place in Berlin. A factory over 100 years old, well hidden inside a typical Berlin yard and only 1,5 km from the famous Friedrichstraße. Here you‘ll find an authentic industrial estate ambience: a mix of self-designed and vintage furnishings gives these unique lofts a very special atmosphere.

The main topics of the workshop are a focus on inspiration and style, business development and how to attract new clients. With the shootings we will show how we work with couples or single people and how we communicate with them.

Back to Workshops