Prague Workshops were designed to help guide aspiring professional photographers through the complexities of the profession and assist working professionals in their pursuit of perfection by providing intensive classroom and practical coursework with some of the world's best photographic instructors.
Our instructors are world-renowned. Due to our limited class sizes, each instructor will be able to devote quality time to help each student improve his photographic skills. Students will be pushed by their instructors to master their cameras, their computers, to develop new techniques and respond to new ideas as part of their growth as photographers. We hope to inspire students to see and photograph subjects in new and different ways while developing new skills to avoid the pitfalls of shooting and processing in the digital age.
About Prague Workshops
Prague Workshops is a new series of intensive photographic master classes organized and directed by David Brauchli. Brauchli is an award-winning photojournalist who has lived in Prague since 1990 when he covered the emergence of Eastern Europe from Communism for Reuters. After leaving Reuters, Brauchli was a freelance and on staff for EPA, AFP, AP, Salon, Sygma, Newsmakers, Getty and the New York Times. He covered major historic events including Nelson Mandela's election, the Russian invasion of Grozny and the Balkan civil wars. Brauchli was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his work in Sarajevo in 1992, South Africa in 1994, Grozny in 1995 and in 1997 he was the director of photography in Moscow for the AP when Alexander Zemlianichenko won the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography. Brauchli is a member of the National Press Photographers' Association (NPPA).
Our 2010 prospectus embraces four workshops - Wedding Reportage, Multimedia, Travel and Stock Photography and Digital Workflow, each designed to add confidence and proficiency to the work of any photographe