Wednesday, June 28, 2017

palmstraw





concept, styling, photography : dietlind wolf
in print : summer issue 2017 sweet paul magazine

Years ago I found this little straw bloom at a flea market in belgium,
And inspired me to produce a straw story .
   i added palm, inspired through my travels to srilanka and the story of my husband, that his mother
 who grew up in India, made the straw stars of palm, and also corn leaves, when i tasted the first time, tamales in mexico. 

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

last roses


styling + photography: © dietlind wolf

i just got the beautiful roses today from Hermans garden, 
the last ones in last sunlight,
now they are frozen to be destilled..

when i send Hermann the pictures of his roses, i wrote:
so beautiful beings, your roses...
and got a beautiful poem in return , which makes so much sense:

A Nothing
we were, are now, and ever 
shall be, blooming:
the Nothing-, the No-One`s-Rose

 Paul Celan

Monday, June 5, 2017

gandhi





styling + photography : dietlind wolf
in print : happinez netherlands

it was  beautiful working for happinez again!

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Typography + Styling workshop


Typography and Styling

a full-day workshop with Dietlind Wolf / Hamburg
and guest speaker Elina Frumerman / San Francisco

using typography in styling and storytelling

spend a day with us exploring various methods of marrying type and image

our workshop will focus on three specific approaches:


1. creating typography: using props to create letterforms in a photograph
2. letterforms as objects: using cut typography to create images and compositions
3. layering with type: adding type over an image to change a photograph's mood or meaning 

(including a quick tutorial on digital image scanning and manipulation)

 

elina frumerman is an amazing artist, working with type and pictures with such an ease and beauty.
her books are eye treasures. see some of her spectacular work, attached below.

we are so much looking forward to sharing what we love, to inspire you and expand the way you approach your own work.

our workshop will be led in English and be held in the berkentienhouse, 

a beautiful house in lübeck known for centuries for handcrafts in glass.
http://www.berkentienhaus.de


























                                                                                                                   photo © dietlind wolf


Equipment
required knowledge and equipment:
good understanding of manual (RAW) photography, camera handling and basic digital image processing
one digital camera body
3 lenses depending on camera type (wide/normal/portrait/macro)
tripod
laptop and, if needed, external hard drive for image processing and review
working knowledge of photoshop/capture one, or similar software
power adaptor, if needed
portable reflector


 
timescedule + costs:

monday 26.of june 2017
9:00 -18:00 including lunch and food / beverages during the day
fee 490, - -€ per person
 

no refund

Organisation
Eventmarketing Hinz
Rabea Möller

rabea.moeller@outlook.de
tel.+49 172 9178395

if there are any questions, regarding content or specific topics, i love to answer.
di@etlind.com


 
*about dietlind wolf: 


Dietlind Wolf is an international photographic and ceramic artist, represented by Taverne Agency.
She is also known for her lectures as guest speaker at the Hive conference (English) in Berlin, 

and her regular appearances at Liz and Jewels food styling and photography workshops.

Dietlind has an exceptional sense for color and materials in her art, which she combines with her expertise as former textile designer for haute couture, 

long time prop stylist, ceramicist, photographer and her never ending curiosity.
she has an eye for the unintentional and an awareness for the moment, always surprising and inspiring.
It is the things happening in the corner of your eyes that make her work so authentic.
a leading idea or concept sets the framework for her work, which is defined by an over-all conceptual perception and a special eye for detail.
viewing her photography is always a sensuous and poetic encounter.
to find out more, visit
dietlindwolf.com

















































                                                                                                           typo + photo © dietlind wolf

*about elina frumerman:

Elina Frumerman is graphic designer, photographer, and typography lover. Her work is rooted in classic design principles with a modern sensibility. She draws inspiration from tactile elements—the texture of a good sheet of paper, the mechanics of a printing process, the curves and edges of letterforms, and nuanced details of the ever-changing world around her.

Elina has lived and worked in San Francisco for over 15 years, with a client list ranging from industry staples like Google, GE, and Apple, to startup and boutique businesses alike. Intuitive and decisive, she values authenticity, harmony, 

and elegant solutions.
elinafrumerman.com/

 




                                                                                                       typo + photo © elina frumerman

Friday, March 31, 2017

botanical alchemical wedding






photos concept idea styling © dietlind wolf
in print : the wedding issue
 from event planner and designer Matthew Robbins and Paul Lowe of Sweet Paul
 location : Gut Mönkhof, Lübeck

this was a very special production for me, 
 a preproduction for my own wedding ,
 influenced and inspired by my wonderful future husband marcus a pharmacist and botanist ..

our botanical alchemical marriage will be in may. 
 

cracked eggs






photos concept ideas styling © dietlind wolf
in print : sweet paul magazine spring issue 2017

now i am at the right timeline,
here why to collect your cracked eggs.. and pauls new issue is so beautiful!!

xmas wrapping


photos concept ideas styling © dietlind wolf
in print : sweet paul magazine holiday issue 2016

my victorian japanese gypsie wrapping mix,
it is always a wonderful to wrap, ( i did not unwrap those until now:-)
and paris was such a great place to find all these amazing papers..


spices


 photos incl. concept styling recipes © dietlind wolf
in print : sweet paul magazine autumn issue 2016

oh i am so late with my posts..
life became very alive.
so 2 seasons later my autumn production for sweet paul,
if corners or colors seems familiar, i did shoot it on gotland, in the beautiful house.





Thursday, March 16, 2017

holly becker about my gotland workshop

I had the pleasure of attending Dietlind’s workshop in June 2016 on the island of Gotland.
It was an emotional journey that I was not prepared for but I’m glad that I did it.
The best thing was that it not only helped me to look at my photography differently
but it was a lesson in self-care. I realized a lot about my inner world that I hadn’t explored
before. This exploration helped me to be more aware of my senses when working
on photoshoots. There is a direct connection between what is
happening inside of us and what we capture with our camera – it is deep and undeniable.

When I left the workshop, I kept visualizing my heart with a little red string coming out through my chest, running down
the length of my right arm, going up through my index finger and into my camera. Whenever I take a
photo I see this magical string there, visible only to me, and am reminded of the direct connection between
my heart and my photography. On days when I cannot see the string, I know I am not ready to do creative work.

Thank you Dietlind for giving me a deeper insight into my work, I highly recommend your class to anyone, beginner to advanced,
and I will definitely take more classes with you in the future. The monetary investment was nothing compared to what I gained in return.


Very Best,
Holly Becker
Author, Journalist + Stylist

Founder, decor8®, LLC 

Sunday, March 12, 2017

   poetic photography workshop on gotland











photos : dietlind wolf
location : gotland/ sweden

poetic photography,

"how to see with the skin"

a photography and exploration retreat in gotland / sweden
based on the development of your senses

led by dietlind wolf


poetic photography touches.

“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” – “The Little Prince”, Antoine de Saint-Exupery

“the taste of an apple … lies in the contact of the fruit with the palate, not in the fruit itself…” – Jorge Luís Borges

with our senses we go into contact with the world,
and in this special contact is hidden the uniqueness of our perception,
how each of us, distinctively, encounters our environment.

poetic photography explores this experience.
through what Juhani Pallasmaa calls “the eyes of the skin”,
the photographer is inspired to create an image of what touches her.
that image in turn touches the viewer,
bringing him into contact with both his own perception and what originally inspired her, the photographer.

our retreat is designed for you to explore this encounter,
to begin to understand how you uniquely experience the world through each of your senses,
how you tell the story of your perception to others through your photography,
and in this process, develop your creative voice.

each day is dedicated to working with one sense (smell and taste are explored together) to offer you the opportunity of slowing down for a fully immersive experience.

the retreat is also a workshop in editing and creating a photo story.
it is a chance to experience each day being seen in your own uniqueness, through sharing and receiving feedback on your work in an open and supportive small group environment.

*retreat schedule:
on the first day, we will get to know each other and explore our surroundings with an initial shoot.
we will then start each morning sharing a selection of each person’s edited images from the previous day,
and with heartfelt respect and an open mind, I will provide guidance on developing your own photo story, told through your personal experience of each sense.
this is followed by a menu of exercises in self-awareness and assignments to personally explore the senses on different levels.
in the afternoon, you will have time to explore the island and shoot, transferring the experience from the self-awareness exercises and assignments into a photo story through each sense,
and then edit your images to share that story with the group the next morning.
this schedule will be repeated across the week for each sense:
 * day 2: touch
 * day 3: smell and taste
 * day 4: hearing
 * day 5: sight
on day 6 after lunch, you will have time for yourself to make any last purchases, ask questions and consider what you will explore after the workshop. we end the day with a farewell dinner and depart on day 7.

*support and guidance:
i offer you my extensive experience with concepts including styling for editorial magazines.
i will guide you through the complete realization process from ideation and storytelling into your own professional photo story with final art direction,
and deepen your insight into, and reveal hidden aspects of, the whole editorial photo production process.
i will share creative methods to help you develop ideas and stories for individual and unique photo productions, along with general and detailed color/theme styling concepts.
i aim to increase your perception, sensibility and sensory awareness.
i will encourage you to open yourself to be inspired by the beautiful and very special island of Gotland,
and to show this in each of your stories. 


*setting:
a tranquil island,
where you will find ancient fossils beneath your feet, 90 medieval churches and curly black sheep,
where you will enjoy delicious food, long daylight, open space and a huge northern sky…
where you can wander through shades of grey, let your eyes fall in deep turquoise blue waters, and
perhaps see wild orchids.
you will stay in a beautiful former family house, with original rustic furnishings, a greenhouse and garden;
a whimsical place near the sea.
you will have a single room, but as it is a family home, there is one bathroom to share.
you will have access to a car to explore the island on your afternoon assignments.
the group is limited to 4 people to provide maximum support, with both one to one and group sessions.

in short, you can expect:
intense days
full of experiences and learning
guided from the heart with knowledge and care.

*dates:
you may choose to attend one of two identical workshops 


 workshop 1 from 3. of June to 9. of June
 workshop 2 from 10. of June to 16. of June

 

*required knowledge and equipment:
good understanding of manual (RAW) photography, camera handling and basic digital image processing
one digital camera body
3 or 4 lenses depending on camera type (wide/normal/portrait/macro)
tripod
laptop and external hard drive for image processing and review
working knowledge of photoshop/capture one, or similar software
(power adaptor, if needed)
portable reflector
driver licence (if you have one)
your own personal travel insurance is required, especially if you wish to drive 

 

*retreat includes:
*5 full days of workshops, plus 1 arrival and 1 departure day
*personal one-on-one sessions
*6 nights accommodation (private bedroom with shared bathroom)
*6 breakfasts
*5 lunches
*6 dinners
* access to a shared hire car, including for transfers from and to Visby airport
* trips to special places and shops on Gotland

*not included:
travel to and from Gotland
any personal purchases such as props and souvenirs, or food and drinks bought while out exploring

workshop is to be paid in advance
 *price 2.987,- € *
class fee is without vat,
other fees depending on country  


*if you are interested,  please send me an email, and i will send you the application form.

 

*feedback from past workshop participants:
“I truly would recommend this workshop for everyone who wants to move forward in their creative work. I think was the best workshop I’ve ever attended. For me it was an opening experience and even more importantly, I felt I could accept myself as a creative and human being.”

“I would absolutely recommend your workshop to others. I thought it was fantastic.”

“I loved your lessons and the ‘presence’ you brought to each day. I felt ‘seen’ by you and in doing so felt propelled to really investigate myself and my process. You are a very special teacher/facilitator.”

“It’s given me more courage to just try and make.”

“The workshop helped shine light on change that I had bubbling under the surface. Sometimes you need time, space and a person to help you see the change you are trying to create.”

“I think some kind of process started in me during the workshop and it’s bringing me closer to what I really want to do.”


*about Dietlind:
 
Dietlind’s work is determined by her unique way of perceiving the world with all the senses – always surprising and inspiring.
she is an international photographic and ceramic artist, represented by Taverne Agency.
her photographic stories are seen regularly in international magazines such as Sweet Paul, Happinez Netherlands, Home and Garden.
her ceramic functional art collection is exclusively available at ABC Home in New York and on personal request, and has been featured in international magazines including Marie Claire Maison, Elle Decoration UK, China Ceramics Illustrated, and in books such as “Happy“ by Amanda Talbot (Murdock Books) and “Your Idea Starts Here“ by Carolyn Eckert (Storey Publishing). the collection has also been exhibited in fairs including “Maison et Objet Paris”, and in galleries in Amsterdam and Paris.
Dietlind’s illustrations and photography have been published by Storey Publishing and DM Store Window Display
Publishing.
together with Torsten Suedfels (photographer) and Pia Westermann (food stylist), she co-founded Kitchentrinity, to provide sensual food pleasure and manage big campaigns, including most recently for Fage International. Kitchentrinity is represented by Taverne Agency.
Dietlind is also known for her lectures as guest speaker at the Hive conference (English) in Berlin, and her regular appearances at Liz and Jewels food styling and photography workshops.

Dietlind has an exceptional sense for color and materials in her art, which she combines with her expertise as former textile designer for haute couture, long time prop stylist, ceramicist, photographer and her never ending curiosity.
she has an eye for the unintentional and an awareness for the moment.
it is the things happening in the corner of your eyes that make her work so authentic.
a leading idea or concept sets the framework for her work, which is defined by an over-all conceptual perception and a special eye for detail.
viewing her photography is always a sensuous and poetic encounter.

 to find out more, visit http://www.krop.com/dietlindwolf/#/

to find out more about the previous workshops, visit:


 


 



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