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Short Photography Courses with artist and photographer Nicolas Tschopp

Mar 26 2013 - 18:00 to Apr 26 2013 - 20:00
Adult Program

Develop your photography skills in a creative environment, under the guidance of a professional and awarded artist.

Digital Photography I: Still Life Photography
Suitable for beginners. Bring your own digital camera.

In this workshop, consisting of five two-hour classes, you will explore the basics of camera operation and the creative possibilities of digital photography. Participants will be invited to practice the art of still life photography in the Museum's photo studio using artificial lights. The workshop's outcome is to learn how to fully use the potential of a digital camera and to study the art of composition so relevant to photography. 


Digital Photography II: Promoting your photographs online 
Basic photography and computer knowledge required. Bring your own digital camera.

Photography has become an everyday practice and never in History so many pictures have been produced and shared over the Internet. In this workshop, consisting of five two-hour classes, students will be given the knowledge to go beyond the basics of camera operation and learn to prepare pictures to be safely shared and seen worldwide. A fieldtrip to old Nicosia will be organized to practice the art of photography.

Suitable for people who want to deepen their knowledge.


All courses will take place at the Museum premises and will be taught in English. 
Upon completion of each workshop, participants will be given a certificate of attendance.

Booking and €50 prepayment required upon reservation for all courses. Full payment to be settled on-site on the first day of each course.


Nicolas P. Tschopp is a Franco-Swiss artist and freelance photographer, living and working in Cyprus. He has 10 years of teaching experience in the field of traditional and digital photography. He participated in many solo and group exhibitions, and his work is found in collections in Cyprus and abroad. He speaks English, Greek, German and French.

Admission fee: 
€ 125
Event language: 
Reservations by: 
Sunday, March 24, 2013
11 May
€ 45
5 May to 12 May
€ 35
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