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Scanography - the Art of Scanner Photography Workshop with Marzia in Lisbon, Portugal

Scanography - the Art of Scanner Photography Workshop with Marzia in Lisbon, Portugal

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During Marzia's Scanography - the Art of Scanner Photography Workshops in Lisbon, Portugal, you can experiment with the "Scanography" technique and discover your own unique aesthetic preferences. 

You are going to create a digital piece of art and learn how to use the scanner software to obtain high-quality images and specific color effects.

"Scanography" is a form of art that involves using a flatbed scanner as a camera to produce digital images of objects or still life set-ups, often including everyday items, natural materials, or found objects.

By adjusting the scanner's settings and placing the object on the glass, you can capture fine details like the veins of a leaf or the textures of a piece of bark.

A unique aspect of "Scanography" is the ability to create surreal effects with vibrant colors by moving objects on the scanner glass. This technique produces dreamy and abstract images, resulting in a unique and dynamic composition.

In summary, "Scanography“ is a valuable addition to the world of photography, offering a creative and fascinating way to capture visually stunning and conceptually rich images.

Marzia provides 2 scanner and 2 laptops to share. Feel free to bring your own laptop and scanner if you want to. She also provides the objects to scan such as papers, leaves, flowers, textiles and lights.

To pay homage to the Luso-Italian tradition, Marzia serves you tiramisu accompanied by Porto wine. In addition, there’s an assortment of beverages such as water, juice, and dehydrated fruits/vegetables available to enjoy during the workshop.

Visual artist Marzia Braggion is “creating art to uplift humanity“.

She was born in the 80's in the Italian countryside, as the child of a seamstress and an artisan jewelry maker. Following also the artistic path, Marzia attended Drama, Art and Music Studies at the University of Bologna.

She moved later to Portugal, attracted by its beautiful natural landscapes. 
"I grabbed the opportunity to live abroad and eventually came to Portugal, where I delved into the language of filmmaking and became a seamstress of images“.

Her passion for visual arts, photography, and cinema led her to approach new ways of experimentation, starting from analogue LOMO photography to scanner photography, and from video editing to live video jamming.

All You Need To Know for the Scanography - the Art of Scanner Photography Workshop with Marzia in Lisbon, Portugal:

Length of workshop: 3.5 hours

Number of people: 1 - 4 people

Location: At Marzia’s private home and atelier in Lisbon. If the weather condition is good, a walk outside to take some leaves, plants and flowers, is included. 

Price per person: € 50; includes all materials and the printing and shipping (via registered post) for a high-quality photographic print of your best image from the workshop.

The image can be printed at either 20x30 or A4 size on fine art photographic paper;
also includes certificate of attendance of the workshop; 
tiramisu accompanied by Porto wine, water, juice, dehydrated fruits and vegetables.

Minimum advance booking time: 7 days

Next workshops dates: Marzia is on maternity leave. She is available again from September 2024.
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Silvia
Funny and interesting workshop

I enjoyed this wonderful and interesting experience. I could learnt in a funny and deep way an introduction of scanography and practice in a relax mood.
I totally recommend this woorkshop.

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Irene
Awesome workshop

I took the scanography workshop recently and loved it. I discovered so many things you can do with a scanner, the techniques are almost like magic tricks. Marzia has great knowledge and is super welcoming. The space is pleasant and I loved the tiramisu and port break! Highly recommended