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Eurospeleo Photography Workshop

This week some of us Finnish cavers are attending Eurospelo in Austria. The first session for Jukka, Tor, me, and our Canadian friend Andrew turned out to be cave photography, learning to use backlight with Philippe Crochet and Annie Guiraud. Amazing stuff, very happy that we were able to join.

I'm also very surprised that results improve if you know what you are doing :-) Philippe and Annie certainly know; some of their work can be found at http://www.philippe-crochet.com/

Jukka practising the photos with Philippe's help:

Jukka, Philippe, and Andrew planning their shoot:

At the entrance of the cave, looking out:

Photographers at work:

Eurospeleo sign:

This article is also available at Blogspot. Tämä artikkeli löytyy myös suomeksi Relaasta. Photos (c) 2018 by Jari Arkko. All rights reserved.

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