The premier class of photography begins with the large format 4x5inch, which has not changed for more than 100 years and will definitely remain so. The decelerating form of large format photography forces one to think more about the image effect and image composition. Especially with today's Possibilities make this photography all the more fun because the qualities of a large format shot are also great. A well exposed film on 4x5inch is still incomparable! In addition, large-format photography is no longer an expensive undertaking. The most important thing is not to be intimidated. You just have to learn a few basics, then getting started with a few basics is actually pretty easy. It's best to just get started.


This half-day course is all about that. It offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of large-format photography in a practice-oriented manner and to learn in a simple way how to take exciting pictures. The large format cameras and more will be made available for this course. With only two participants, you can also benefit optimally.

At the end of the workshop you will know how to use large format cameras and you might even get one yourself. The exposed films will be developed and sent around 10 days after the course, as well as a high-resolution digitization of it. This process between taking the picture and looking at it is also part of the deceleration.


For those who want to dive in even more after this course or want to know about post-processing, digitizing and further processing of analog images, I can offer individual coaching by appointment.

Saturday January 21, 2023

In case of very bad weather, the course will be postponed one week (Saturday, January 28, 2023).


beginning: 12:00 o'clock

End: around 5:30 p.m

All further information will follow after registration and shortly before the start of the course. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me to contact.

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Thank you for registering for the Large Format Photography Course! You will receive a confirmation email shortly. Best regards, Oliver