Hundreds of photographers, lecturers, movie-makers, journalists and image specialists are attending the photo-video festival “Vama under Oscar Lights”, an event that reach the 4th edition and takes place on August 16-24.
During the event, trainings in photography, video and editing trainings are free. “It is a real photography camp – there are people that come here without knowing each other and leave friends and what brings them together is the passion for image. We are talking about a total thinking liberty atmosphere at this festival”, Cristian Crisbasan, lecturer at the festival, said.
The special guests of the festival this year are Marek Czarnecki (photographer with multiple British Professional Photography Awards) and Thomas Diseth (Norwegian DoP, winner of an Emmy Award).
All the trainings organized during the festival are free and include; workshops of photographic technique, urban photography, nude photography, fashion photography, food photography, wedding photography, image editing, industrial photography, low light photography and aviation photography.
The trainings will be offered by highly trained professionals in the field, such as Cristian Crisbasan, Vlad Eftenie, Bogdan Nastase, Catalin Savulescu, Luca Achim, Marek Czarneki, Marian Sterea, Cosmin Somesan and Andrei Zincenco.
This year, for the first time, an equipment fair will also take place during the festival.
According to festival’s organizers, the prices “will be surprisingly good” A series of seminaries covering from introduction in photography’s history to photojournalism will be held by Nicolae Cosniceru, Raluca Bogdan, Cristina Costieanu, Mihalis Moscholios and Radu Bozoncea.
The festival will also include projections of documentaries, short and long movies provided by National Geographic Channel, FIFD Cronograf, Gabriel Achim and Adrian Popovici; also, there will be organized photo exhibitions and many other actions, with the full program for the event available on vslo.ro.
Paginademedia.ro is media partner of the festival.
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