Upcoming, ongoing or finished workshops, organized by me and collaborators are featured here.


1th of July 2015

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30th of December 2012

A few weeks ago we successfully launched the Fauland Photography School. Feel free to check out this dedicated page :




4th of January 2012
Personal “Cityscapes” Workshop

In small groups we explore less known, interesting locations in Berlin with our cameras. A well-balanced mixture of the necessary theory (it’s much less than most of you might think) and lots of practice is providing this extra bit of “expertise” that will lead to the photographs of the subject we had in mind. The second part of the workshop is dedicated to PostProduction: How to optimize the RAW or .jpg files and get stunning pictures that stand out from the “quick snapshots”. For more information and booking requests, please contact me via eMail.



29th of September 2010
Personal “Out in the field” courses

Let\’s capture the most colorful season !

Autumn is the most colorful season. A good time to get out into the field and improve on image style and motive selection.

Winter is coming soon enough …

In small groups or one-on-one workshops we will get out into the wild and learn how to capture the special atmosphere. This workshop is designed for different levels of photographic skills: From absolute beginners to more advanced photographers, point-and-shoot or DSLR. Everybody is welcome and will profit. Please send any inquiries directly to Peter Fauland. There are special offers out now !



20th of July 2010
Personal “One-on-One” courses

Custom tailored mini-workshops in order to discuss and practice the specific field the interested person wants to deepen are offered on a regular basis. Please send any inquiries directly to Peter Fauland.



10th of January 2010
“Run-down buildings” architectural photography workshops

Despite cold wind and siberian amounts of snow, I had the pleasure to go on a “one-on-one” workshop today with Katherine. We were exploring the “Eisfabrik” in Berlin-Mitte using a digital large format camera. A truly fantastic location. Moreover, I learned that Berlin and Detroit have a lot in common, who would have thought this ?

Eisfabrik, Berlin-Mitte

inside view – Eisfabrik

Thanks a lot for your patience and strong spirit. For some pictures, one has to work a bit harder than for others …



28th of December 2009
“Run-down buildings” architectural photography workshops

Spindlers Feld, laundry, inside view

insdie view, laundry Spindlers Feld

Berlin is full of them – Fallen apart, rotten and run-down factory sites, houses, train stations etc. In small groups we are exploring those fascinating sites, that offer a great playground for all kind of photography from 35mm over medium format to large format.

Feel free to send any inquiries directly to Peter Fauland.



15th of March 2008
CERN Photo-Happening – Sensors beyond Full-Frame

LHCb the experiment

The workshop will bring us down 100 meter below ground level to the gigantic particle detectors at CERN in Geneva. And in addition, this is the almost last chance to do so, because these gigantic caverns will soon be close for external visitors.

In fact, it is the worlds largest particle accelerator. With this huge installation, and its core, a 27 kilometers long tunnel, physicists attempt to simulate the big bang in order to better understand the fundamental basics of matter.

a view into the access tunnel

This sounds very complicated, but it’s even more impressive when standing in front of it. The large detectors and machines constructed in the course of the last 10 to 15 years are installed in 4 gigantic caverns deep below ground level.

The large experiments are about to start this coming summer 2008. This is the reason, why access to the caverns will be closed for visitors in April.

Report : A group of photographers underground

After we managed to catch all our fellow photographers, that were stuck in several traffic jams, we started our descent 100 meters down into one of the big four experiments about to start taking data later this year.

The DELPHI detector

Equipped with the most serious photo equipment and at least one tripod per person, everyone started to look for the “perfect spot” to catch the eye-catching image.

search for the perfect angle

Besides gigantic installations, that fill huge parts of the cavern there were many details and “still lives” to be explored.

getting close

Finally, we could throw an eye on the very central part of the experiment. Here we see the beam pipe stretching through the huge quadrupole magnet.

the heart of the detector

I would like to thank everybody for their interest, all the questions that were asked, (and I tried to answer as good as possible) and hope to see many, many of your photographs soon here.

Stay tuned … and see you maybe soon on another workshop.

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