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Do you want to learn more about how to engage people, show city life and urban landscapes through photographs? We offer this workshop to inspire you and share our insights, experience and techniques within street portraiture and cityscape photography – and our aim is to give your confidence a boost and to inspire you when working in urban contexts. During this three day workshop we will give lectures, walk around together with you, give individual tuition – and give image critique from the material you create. This fascinating, insightful photography event will take place in Oslo on May 23rd–26th 2019.

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Bruce Barnbaum Norway Workshop – Láhko National Park. ©Bjørn Joachimsen.

Bruce Barnbaum Norway Workshop – Láhko National Park. ©Bjørn Joachimsen.

Bruce Barnbaum has been invited by Norwegian photographer Bjørn Joachimsen to present this workshop for photographers who want to experience a very unique and wonderful landscape. Bruce welcomes those who work with traditional film (as he does) and those who work digitally (as he does). The only requirement is that you must love photography, and you must enjoy doing it. (Láhko National Park, Norway. August 30 – September 3, 2017).

The Arctic Circle divides Norway in half at it’s narrowest point, with the Atlantic Ocean to the west and Sweden to the east. Láhko National Park is located right there, with its spectacular marble and limestone formations (karst formations), surrounded by mountain peaks and glaciers. It is here that we will have a five-day workshop with daily outings to this unusual and spectacular landscape in the center of a country that is beautiful wherever you look.

Bruce has taught numerous workshops in Norway, but this will be his first in the Láhko region. So he will be experiencing the landscape for the first time as most—maybe all—of the students will be. His sense of adventure and exploration, excitement and enthusiasm will rub off on you, but you won’t need his inspiration to ignite yours; the area is sure to engage you from the moment you step into it. (mer…)