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Do., 06. Juli


Hotel Jules Cesar

Arles 2023 with LEICA: Donnerstag

On the occasion of the opening week of the Rencontres de la Photographie d'Arles, Leica Camera AG and Leica France, offer you an extraordinary experience. Together, they invite you to discover photographic projects that celebrate art and culture through a unique combination of talks and workshops

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Arles 2023 with LEICA: Donnerstag
Arles 2023 with LEICA: Donnerstag

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06. Juli 2023, 11:00 – 23:00

Hotel Jules Cesar, 9 Bd des Lices, 13200 Arles, Frankreich

Über die Veranstaltung

For more than 14 years, the Leica Professional Department has been running workshops with professional photographers, for an audience of photography enthusiasts and amateurs, from all nations, from all peoples.

We organize meetings revealing the secrets of a book project, from its first idea to its realization, then its commercialization and global success. We are talking about a project in black and white or in colour, from its origin to its publication on paper in a book or in the press, television interviews or social media linked to it.

11:00 - 13:00

Christian Habermeier: Leica S3 Medium format - Portrait in the street using Briese and Broncolor flashlight

Christian Habermeier has been working as a photographer and designer since 1989. He studied communication design and taught photography and digital illustration from 2000 to 2006. It also carries out its own projects in Cuba, Kenya, Nepal, India, Switzerland and Hong Kong. In 2000 he founded the studio waldeck photographers, and in 2013 he realized his vision of a CO2 neutral studio.

His second world Besteller Book on archiv adidas creates a new wave for art and commercial photography. Secret stories and 7 years of hard work are repeated in its presentation

14:00 - 15:00: 

Klaus Mellenthin: "MISEREOR"

A year ago I realized film and photography recordings for the NGO MISEREOR under corona conditions. This resulted in photographic reports, portrait series and some strong individual motifs.

But the main part of the work was a 14-minute documentary about the important role of women and how they are supported by the work of the NGO. There are 3 short versions, each accompanying a protagonist.

I was specifically booked as a photographer in order to transfer exactly my visual language and style from photography to moving images. That's why I worked with the same minimal team as in photography. And of course with the same cameras: SL2 and SL2-s. We only exchange the lenses because the SL lenses are too sharp and brilliant for us. The optics of the R lenses (Summicron 28 & 50 & 90) support our imagery better.

15:00 - 16:00

Line Brusegan: Leica SL2 fashion and portrait in the streets of Arles

Professional photographer based in Paris, from advertising campaigns for major brands to portrait shoots of artists, including the backstages of PFW, I have worked for several years for many luxury brands in the world of fashion and beauty.

Photography is my form of expression, to be a photographer is to go beyond technical mastery, beyond simple reproduction, beyond appearances, it is to tell stories. This medium allows me to express myself with sincerity.

My objective is to highlight the creators, the enthusiasts, the artists, the mastery of their art but also the process behind the creation and thus to bring to the public a reflection on the human being behind the final creation. My photographic writing has always been inspired by the great humanist photographers but also by a simple and sincere dialogue with the models."

16:00 - 18:00

Philippe Chaudré: Leica image processing in order to sublimate the DNG files (Monochrom or color) by the work of light and of tones control in Lightroom software or Camera Raw plug-in (Workshop in french)

Trained in scientific photography, Philippe Chaudré has held many positions in photography in general, from the laboratory and its management, specialized trade, press and photojournalism, to teaching and university research, through interactive electronic publishing, books and professional training.

A digital pioneer, he collaborated with Kodak and then Apple and is now an expert in Adobe and Lightroom photographic solutions. Philippe has managed the Photoshop Paris Club for 23 years and has been a leicaïste since the Leica CL argentique...

Adobe Lightroom trainer for author photographers, he joined the Leica Akademie France four years ago.

18:00 - 19:00 : 

Klaus Maria Einwanger - Leica SL2 Street Photo - Portrait

Klaus Maria Einwanger is an award-winning food, people and lifestyle photographer. For more than 30 years, he has traveled around the world with his camera, creating vivid stories and unique visuals. His emblematic photographs have been included in about 100 books and shown at exhibitions in Germany and other parts of the world.

His KME Studios is a creative hub providing art direction, brand strategy, graphic design, film and stills production, digital media, publication development, licensing, and media partnerships.

He is a member of the Association of Photographers (AOP) and the Professional Association of Freelance Photographers and Film Creators (BFF), Germany, and is the Director of the BFF Academy.

21h30 - 23h00

Dominique Laugé - Leica SL2 & Leica Q3 Night pictures high Iso 50.000 or 100.000

Dominique Laugé was born in La Rochelle in 1958 and studied literature at the University of Bordeaux. Between 1982 and 1984 he followed courses at the Brooks Institute of photography in Santa Barbara, California. It was there that he also studied the Zone system under Bob Werling and Ansel Adams.

From 1985 onwards he worked as professional photographer, first in Geneva and then in Milan where he stayed until 2005, when he returned to France. Today he works on editorial projects dealing with landscape, and still life. He lives between, Paris, Gaillac and Milan.

During his career he received many prizes, amongst which were the Epica prize (1990), the Art Directors club Italian Prize for several campaigns, (1991-93), the Kodak European Gold Award for Portrait Photography (1995, 1996) and the Prix Mediastar (2005).

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