ZRNO 2022

THE FESTIVAL TEAM IS COMMITTED, AT ITS OWN EXPENSE, TO PLANT AT LEAST FIVE TREES AT A LOCATION THAT WILL ADDITIONALLY DETERMINE, AS SYMBOLIC COMPENSATION FOR THE PAPER THAT WILL BE USED ON THE FESTIVAL AND OTHER ASPECTS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPRINT FROM THE ACTIVITIES OF THE FESTIVAL. WITH THIS GESTURE WE WANT TO POINT OUT THE ASPECT OF INDIVIDUAL, COLLECTIVE AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ENCOURAGE OTHER INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS, COMPANIES THAT IT IS NOT ONLY POSSIBLE, BUT ALSO EASILY VIABLE!

 

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6-10 July, 2022

The core activities this year will be alternative photography workshops. One can apply for one workshop only. These workshops will happen simultaneously, from 10 to 17h five days, every day. 

 

MORE DETAILS BELOW

 

WORKSHOPS @ ZRNO 2022

 

LUMEN PRINT

WORKSHOP BY KETI TALEVSKA

Or luminogram is an image, usually made with an artistic purpose, created by exposure of photosensitive materials to light without the intervention of an object. More info HERE.

YOU NEED:
Motivation to learn this subtle and beautiful basic photo technique. No photographic knowledge is needed.

YOU WILL GET

Five days intensive practice:

  • how to make beautiful photograms
  • how to use black and white paper to make color images
  • how to judge the exposure
  • how to treat the paper
  • how to present the work
  • how to enjoy the new perspective of the world this technique will give you!

Lumen print by Keti Talevska

The participation is 50 euros/35 with a student discount for a five day workshop, including meal and refreshments.

 

 

WET PLATE COLLODION

WORKSHOP BY PREDRAG UZELAC, SASHO ALUSHEVSKI and MILOSH ZVICER

The black art, wet-collodion process, also called collodion process, early photographic technique invented by Englishman Frederick Scott Archer in 1851.

More info HERE

YOU NEED:
Some photographic knowledge is preferred. Motivation and patience.

YOU WILL GET

Five days intensive drill:

  • how to safely handle the chemicals
  • how to prepare the chemicals and make your own
  • how to prepare the plates for shooting
  • how to use large format camera
  • how to expose
  • how to develop
  • how to varnish/protect the image
  • how to present the final image
  • how to cope the world after the new perspective technique will give you!

 

Wet plate by Viktorija Machkovska

 

The participation is 200 euros/100 with a student discount for a five day workshop, including meal and refreshments.

CAMERA OBSCURA
WORKSHOP BY DEJAN KALEZIC


More info HERE

YOU NEED:
Mood to have fun and learn the basics of photography, that is so much fun.

YOU WILL GET

Five days intensive fun way and learn:

  • how to make a camera of almost anything, by yourself
  • how to use it properly
  • how to judge the exposure
  • how to develop paper
  • how to present the work
  • how to enjoy and celebrate photography in it’s essence!

camera obscura ( “dark chamber”) is a darkened room with a small hole or lens at one side through which an image is projected onto a wall or table opposite the hole.

Pinhole photo by Sasho Alushevski

 

The participation is 50 euro/35 with a student discount for a five day workshop, including meal and refreshments.



CLASSICAL ANALOG BW PHOTOGRAPHY DARKROOM
WORKSHOP BY IVANA TOMANOVIC

YOU NEED:
Analog (film) camera/apparatus. Any kind. If you don’t have it, sure you can lend it. Or we can lend it to you. Some basic photographic knowledge is preferred but not decisive.

Motivation to learn is key feature.

YOU WILL GET

Five days intensive course:

  • how to shoot/expose film – basic knowledge
  • how to handle photographic film
  • how to develop black and white film
  • how to make contact copies
  • how to make positives on photo paper
  • basic darkroom skills (masks, dodge, burn)



Analog photo by Sasho Alushevski

Analog photography, also known as film photography, is a catch-all term for photography that uses chemical processes to capture an image, typically on paperfilm or a hard plate. These analog processes were the only methods available to photographers for more than a century prior to the invention of digital photography, which uses electronic sensors to record images to digital media.
More info HERE.

The participation is 70 euros/50 with a student discount for a five day workshop, including meal and refreshments.


CYANOTYPE
WORKSHOP BY VIKTORIJA MACHKOVSKA AND SASHO ALUSHEVSKI

You can read more about the process HERE

YOU NEED:
Motivation to learn. No other preconditions.

YOU WILL GET

Five days intensive how to:

  • coat paper, tips and tricks
  • how to expose
  • how to do photograms
  • how to use negatives
  • how to rinse
  • how to protect the final work
  • how to mount and frame
  • and many things in between
Cyanotype by Viktorija Machkovska

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print, referred to as blueprints. The process uses two chemicals: ferric ammonium citrate and potassium ferricyanide.

The participation is 50 euros/35 with a student discount for a five day workshop, including meal and refreshments.