Online Analog Workshop: Blended Exposure with Michael Turek | April 24 - May 15, 2021
Join Leica Store Miami and photographer Michael Turek for a three-part online workshop that teaches you his in-camera, analog Blended Exposure technique.
The first online session will be an introduction to Michael’s unique style of multiple exposures, which is produced entirely in-camera and on film. There will be a showcase of his work, including a discussion of successful and unsuccessful results from the all the technical variations throughout the process.
He will explain the specifics of the technique with a demonstration of the method necessary to achieve similar results with your own analog Leica M camera.
Following a three-week interlude allowing for time to photograph and process a roll of film with their new knowledge, we'll have another online session to discuss student work, provide critique and engage in a wrap-up Q&A period. Between the first and last sessions, each attendee will receive a 1-on-1 Zoom session with Michael to discuss technical challenges and receive feedback.
Along with Michael, Leica Specialist Peter Dooling from Leica Store Miami will be on hand to help facilitate the workshop.
- Course overview
- Share examples of work - overview of images, examples of failures, technical variations with masking, f/stops, ND filters, different lens focal length, film types, sequencing
- Live demo of technique
- After class, email demo video and instructions
1-on-1 Zoom Session with Michael (30-40 minutes)
- Technical assistance
- Technique advice
Saturday, May 15th from 3:00-5:00 PM Eastern Time
- Review of student work
- Discussion, suggestions, troubleshooting and critique
Workshop format: Three Zoom sessionsABSOLUTELY REQUIRED EQUIPMENT
Class Size: Limited to 10 attendees
- Analog Leica M camera
- Film (Kodak Portra 400 or 800 is recommended)
- Sharpie marker, fine tip works best
- Opaque black tape (gaffer’s tape)
- Handheld light meter, such as Sebonic L-308 series
STRONGLY SUGGESTED EQUIPMENT
- 50mm f2 lens, with a hood (Fast lenses work best. 50mm works best, but I would avoid going wider then 35mm or longer then 90mm).
- Neutral Density filters, 3 or 6 stop
- File Retriever (because mistakes happen)
Michael Turek is a freelance photographer based in New York City. He holds a degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. His photography focuses on documentary assignments and projects for clients including The Financial Times, The Guardian and The New York Times. His book, CONTRAIL is included in the MoMA Archives and Library. His first photographic monograph, SIBERIA, was published by Damiani in 2020.
To see more of Michael's work, please visit his website.
Questions about the Workshop:
If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 305-921-4433 or send us an email. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.
Withdrawal and Refund Policy
Enrollment is limited to 10 participants, and once you sign up, we are counting on your attendance. If you need to withdraw from this workshop, please notify us in writing (email is acceptable) as soon as possible. This is our refund policy:
If you cancel and we find someone to fill your seat, we will refund you the full amount you have paid towards the tuition. If you cancel and we cannot find someone to fill your seat, then you will be refunded according to the following schedule:
At least 7 days before the start of the workshop: Full refund
Less than 7 days from the start of the workshop: No refund
In the event that this workshop must be canceled due to inadequate enrollment, all fees and deposits will be refunded in full or may be transferred to another workshop within 24 months.
If for any reason you wish to transfer your deposit, please notify us by email. You must register and complete a new workshop within 24 months of the withdrawal. We reserve the right to accept or deny any transfer.
There are no exceptions to our Cancellation and Transfer Policy.