Rabloczky András Workshop 2020

The idea of making a workshop for advanced wedding photographers, which can fill a gap in Hungary, has been maturing in me for some time. I would like to share the thinking that could set in motion a path where the innervation of the industry does not stand in the way of creativity from within.

When I announced my first wedding photography workshop with the lines above, I had no idea that the impending epidemic would bring many reorganizations and cancellations – as in the case of weddings. I’m so grateful that finally it’d been sold out. In such a season pummelled by covid, when incomes for a wedding photographer goes beyond uncertainty, taking part in a master class seems luxury. Therefore let me shout out a big thank you for those guys for believing me. 

We spent 3 whole days, went out for 2 photoshoots. We didn’t shoot models in fancy dresses, our subjects were random real couples, the very same as couples who hire us for their weddings. The portraits were more about creativity than conventional safe shots. My goal was to understand the creative use of light, shadow, background elements, and expressions.