Flour Workshop

Flour Dance Photography Workshop in Montreal

You will be capturing movement and facial expressions at high speed. There is a wonderful unpredictable quality of white unbleached flour; when frozen in mid air, it extends many movements and creates visually arresting images when properly executed.

Our goal is to create “movement” images for your portfolio. This will require a collaboration work with the model. I have found that my best shots come from a collaborative work environment that assumes my subjects are fully involved in the creative process.
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Photos copyright Derrick Senior

  • The model will be wearing haute couture fashion.
  • The model will be dancing and jumping with the flour in front of the black background
  • You will be taken through various lighting setups, easy set builds, posing advice and compositions
  • We will be shooting with natural light close to a big window, prime fast lens would be ideal.
  • You will get 6- 10 different images for your portfolio
  • You keep all the copyrights and you can add your pictures to your portfolio
  • You will be guided every step of the way by a professional photographer


Sunday, February 12, 2017


4035 St-Ambroise, #215, Montreal

Our Model:

For this session we will work with the unique body language of our new model, the beautiful Yulia.


To avoid overcrowding, we have scheduled only two session.
Each session is 2 hours.
Maximum 6 students per session.
Places are limited. Online registration is mandatory.
Please, check the location. This workshop is NOT at our school location.

11:00 – 13:00  
14:00 – 16:00  

Price is $120/person
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Small tips to the model are not mandatory, but welcome.


DSLR camera.
Prime lens(50mm or 35mm) would be great. If you don’t have one, you can always rent at Photoservice.ca on rue Notre Dame or at Loiseau.

Our workshops

Our previous photography workshops
This is a short video from out last boudoir photography workshop:

  • Posted by Polina Fedorova
  • On January 16, 2017