I mitten av vars blixtrar det i den extrema skidorten Engelberg. Då arrangeras nämligen "Powder 1.0 Photo Workshop" av Hotel Hoheneck tillsammans med den nu mer legendariske skidfotografen Felix Oppenheim, och den erfarne Fredrik Schenholm.
Du som tror att den perfektas med bläa bilden alltid bländare 5,6 tid 500 och ASA 80. Att snöljus alltid måste kompenseras med +1,5. Att bilder med vurpor är värdelösa. Tänk om. Denna workshop plockar fram verklig känsla i ditt bildmaterial. Som ger minnen för livet.
Felix Oppenheim started skiing in mid-70s as a skibum in Arlberg region in Austria. His photography appeared in travel catalogues by SNÖresor, Alpresor and Sportresor as well as in a number of magazines such as Åka Sidor, Skiing and Powder. He has made a couple of expeditions to Kashmir in Himalayas, one of those with the purpose to record the world’s first successful descent from a 8000 meters high mountain top, Hidden Peak, carried out by an extreme skiing predecessor, Sylvain Saudan. In addition to this Felix has made several expeditions from Tierra del Fiego to the Alps. www.felixoppenheim.com
Fredrik Schenholm’s realm is the on a mountain top with a camera in hand and a skier on the focus. His photography from the Mount Everest, Svalbard and Ecuador has been published in the journals all over the world. Fredrik’s range of customers include such companies as Haglöfs, Black Dimond, Bergans of Norway, Brant, Fri Flyt and Powder, to name a few. Longing for exciting destination and to the opportunity to inspire others is his driving force. www.schenholm.com