2022 Big Sur / Carmel Workshop with Julian Calverley
Join us October 9th-13th, 2022
If you know Capture Integration, then you know that one of our favorite photographers in the world is Julian Calverley. Very few photographers reach “iconic” status, meaning that one look of an image tells the educated viewer exactly who the creator is, Julian is one of those few photographers! Not only is he amazingly talented and creative in his art, but he is also one of the most genuine people that you will ever meet.
CI has brought Julian to the US twice for tremendously successful workshops in the Pacific Northwest. For 2022, we are bringing him back again but this time to the iconic landscapes in Northern California. This intensive workshop is tailored for those wanting to further develop their skills photographing in the most captivating coastal scenery the US has to offer. Under the guidance of our close friend and customer, refine & develop your approach to the photographic process.
Not only will you be able to learn from one of today’s preeminent talents in our industry but we have arranged to surround Julian with some notable industry heavy hitters for you to pick their brains and learn from:
- Hans Keist – ALPA Switzerland – CEO and Owner
- Steve Cooper – Phase One – Vice President of the Americas
- Dave Gallagher – Capture Integration – CEO
- Brad Kaye – Capture Integration – Head of Technical Support
- Justin Katz – Phase One – Technical Support
The Scottish Isles meets the West Coast
It was along the coast of the English Channel where Julian discovered his love for landscape photography. Surprisingly while shooting a commissioned project. It’s clear, when returning to the origin of his passion at the edge of any water, Julian seems to be at home, and its where he’s makes some of our favorite work. We boast a great deal of his imagery from the Scottish Isles. For this workshop in particular, we wanted to take the unparalleled aspects of these images that enchant us, and bring them to new lands. For the 2022 Carmel By the Sea Workshop with Julian Calverley, the Scottish Isles will meet the West Coast.
The Hotel – The Carmel Mission Inn
Situated along one of the most desirable stretches of the Pacific Coast Highway in the one-of-a-kind community of Carmel, Carmel Mission Inn provides guests with a breathtaking place to play, relax, and regroup before heading out on another excursion. Modern style without any pretense, the all-new Carmel Mission Inn features refreshed rooms and public spaces, warm service, and is home to the newest eatery, Shearwater Tavern.
- Evening Check-In
- ‘Introduction‘ Keynote Talk
- Sunrise Shoot at Location 1
- ‘My Inspirations and How to Create a Body of Work’ Keynote Talk
- Equipment Bootcamp
- Sunset Shoot at Location 2
- Sunrise Shoot at Location 3
- ‘The Use of Filters’ Keynote Talk
- ‘Shooting Panoramic Landscapes’ Keynote Talk
- Sunset Shoot at Location 4
- Breakfast at hotel
- Phase One Aerial Education
- Shoot at Bixby Creek Bridge
- Continuing Phase One Education
- Sunset Shoot at Location 5
- Sunrise Shoot Optional
- Breakfast at hotel
- ‘Post production’ Keynote Talk
- Continued Keynote Talk
- Final Dinner
- Checkout Friday Morning
AERIAL DRONE TRAINING
Julian Calverley is a British landscape and advertising photographer. Born in Hertfordshire in 1964, he very quickly demonstrated a love and natural talent for drawing and painting, in particular watercolor landscape work. After a brief and uninspiring spell at art college, Julian realized it was the mix of photography and traditional darkroom skills that would allow him to express himself most effectively.
The next few years saw experience gained with various studios and in 1988, at 24 years old, Julian set up his first studio and darkroom. At home both in the studio and on location, shooting people, landscape, lifestyle, automotive and underwater, his cinematic style, mixed with a resourceful and passionate nature, has gained him a solid and trusted reputation with clients worldwide.
Preferring the qualities of autumn and winter light, Julian often works before dawn and after dusk. In all weathers, he captures the atmosphere of the scenes before him, often returning to the same remote locations time and time again. Landscapes can look so different, almost unrecognizable, from one moment to the next that Julian considers it vital to experience them in their varying weather conditions and sea states. His tenacity in revisiting these locations enables the apparent orchestration of truly unique moments.
In those moments, when the grandeur of the landscape combines unpredictably with the elements, the stage is set and Julian feels huge excitement in connecting with his surroundings. The finished pieces command a theatrical air; so wonderfully crafted, as if each facet to the image has been summoned into place at the click of a finger. It is this feeling of being there, experiencing nature and the elements in all their breathtaking glory that Julian conveys so effectively in his work.
On a technical note, Julian works with the ALPA camera platform, and matched Alpagon HR lenses, enabling him to record exceptional depth and detail. His camera of choice is the ALPA 12 MAX and, for extended trips, he favors the ALPA 12 STC. These unique manual cameras are simple and precise in their operation and, when paired with the PhaseOne IQ180 digital back, provide the exceptional quality required for his large format work.
He now divides his time between personal and assigned work, and is represented in the UK by the Lisa Pritchard Agency, London, in the US by Greenhouse Reps, New York and in Asia by Alphaville, Hong Kong. His work has been featured in the Association of Photographers awards, and ‘Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide’. He is the author of the book ‘#IPHONEONLY’ A book of landscape photographs made entirely on an iPhone.
1/ A journey into landscape photography – Julian will give insight to his career as a professional advertising photographer and how this led to his passion for landscape photography.
2/ My approach to landscape photography – Julian will discuss his approach to landscape photography, from both a technical and psychological point of view.
3/ The use of filters – Filters are an important tool in Julians bag. He will discuss which filters he used more often and why.
4/ My Inspirations and how to create a body of work – Where did the inspiration for darker more emotional images come from? And how do you keep such a consistent look in order to create your own stye.
5/ Shooting panoramic landscapes – A full discussion of Julian’s approach to panoramic work, using both the shift and panning methods, and why his gear is important.
6/ Post production – And finally the true magic. The post processing in Capture One and PS that brings the imagery to life.
Registration Options :
SOLD OUT – $3,690 – 2022 Workshop – Lodging & All Meals
Capture Integration Event Refund Policy
If an unfortunate circumstance arises and you cannot attend this event, you will ONLY receive a refund if Capture Integration is notified 30 days prior to start. No exceptions.