Digital photography workshop: BLUR

Pale head and shoulder portrait of a young woman with a large veil over her head and eye embroidered on her top, as if seen through a mist
© Axel Hoedt

23 March 2024, 11.00-17.00

The Law Photography Studio

£125 (£100 Members / concessions)

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Drawing on Francesca Woodman and Julia Margaret Cameron’s use of movement, soft-focus imagery and creative imperfections throughout their work, this workshop will focus on experimenting and innovating through the medium of photography.

In this one-day digital photography workshop, led by contemporary photographer, Axel Hoedt, participants will learn techniques to transform imagery by purposefully allowing works to appear out of focus, incorporating movement into images and experimenting with double exposures and imperfections.

Digital cameras will be provided. Maximum participants: 20

Black and white head and shoulder portrait of bespectacled photographer Axel Haedt
© Axel Hoedt


Axel Hoedt studied at the Bielefeld School of Photography under Karl Martin Holzhaeuser and Gottfried Jaeger, who both shaped his vision and ideas regarding the possibilities of abstract, experimental and commercial photography. His work on masked pre-Lenten traditions in southern Germany, Switzerland & Austria, was published in two volumes “Once a Year” 2013 & “Dusk” 2015, by Steidl.