16/10/2018 - IIM Photography Workshop

As usual, it was a real pleasure to welcome a group of students of IIM – Institute of Internet and Multimedia for a Photography workshop, or how to learn the basics of photography in one week.


At a time when more than half of these students are brought, as part of their learning process, to publish content on social networks, some fundamental notions of photography were greatly appreciated. Intensive program created to measure, combining theory and practice, to respond to many situations (reportage, portrait, still life, packshot, story telling, …) using the technique (camera settings, shooting techniques, editing, metadata, digital workflow, online publishing, …).


For more information, an article – written in French – can be read on the IIM blog.


IIM Photography Workshop

Discovery of the world of a photographic studio by IIM students in Paris on October 10th, 2018.



Great feedback – in French – was returned :


Lucie :

“c’est incroyable, c’est comme si je venais enfin de comprendre toutes les notions que j’avais acquises durant mes 2 ans de DUT”


Nina :

“je ne pensais pas que c’était aussi technique. Je suis contente maintenant de connaître l’usage de tous les boutons de mon appareil réflex, moi qui n’utilise que mon smartphone”


Arnaud :

“je prends des photos avec mon réflex depuis quelques années en autodidacte. Je suis heureux d’enfin comprendre ce que je fais”


Louis :

“je suis super content d’avoir appris la méthode du stop system. J’en avais entendu parlé, sans savoir ce que c’était. Je pense que maintenant je vais tout le temps l’utiliser”


Alexandre :

“je suis fâché avec les calculs depuis toujours, mais j’ai compris les grands principes et l’usage des modes semi-automatiques vont m’être très utiles”



Classroom of the IIM Photography Workshop

Classroom of the IIM – Institut of Internet and Multimedia Photography Workshop at Paris La Défense in October, 2018



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