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Le miroir de l’internet et moi : image, vidéo et paroles
Comment communiquer brillamment le cœur de ses pratiques par la vidéo sur internet

Proposé par Jeanluc BURO et Michael CRAIG GRADWELL

Photographie Empathique

Jean-Luc est photographe de presse spécialisé dans les portraits de personnalités, vidéaste, réalisateur et artiste. Il travaille actuellement à la communication « corporate » d’entreprises du CAC 40 (Bnp, Danone, Capgemini …)

Communication Créative

Michael est animateur et facilitateur de groupes de communication, créativité et développement personnelle. Il enseigne également, en anglais et en français, auprès des élèves à Supelec, Ponts et Chaussées, Polytechnique et Esiee- Paris.

Cet atelier sur un week-end s’adresse aux personnes qui ont besoin de communiquer à leurs prospects
ou clients de manière concise et efficace le cœur de leurs pratiques par une vidéo sur Internet

Les buts de l’atelier : 

Mettre en accord votre image de communication publique
avec le cœur de votre pratique professionnelle

Trouvez votre voix professionnelle, trouvez votre image de marque

Développez votre impact professionnel et social dans une joie de vivre parlante
et en pleine confiance.

Pour vous : les artistes, les coaches, les animateurs de développement personnel, les thérapeutes ou les enseignants.

1 – L’étape du diamant brut
Vous êtes comme vous êtes : quelle image donnez vous à voir ?
Découverte de l’image de soi
Votre apport texte – votre discours

2 – L’étape de la taille du diamant
Grâce à l’interaction du groupe et à différents exercices
optimiser parole et image

3 – L’étape du polissage du diamant 
Affiner le propos dans l’optique d’une communication vidéo Internet à la fois simple, efficace et ludique.
Expression pratique avec les outils photographiques ( image fixe) et vidéo ( mouvement , voix, expression gestuelle ) dans le but de devenir DIAMANT étincelant

samedi 13 et dimanche 14 décembre 2014.

Groupe de 6 à 12 personnes maximum
Paris 18ème
Des indications précises vous seront communiquées après inscription

Tarif de lancement 300 € par personne par week-end
réservation 50€

Innovation in Paris: so many things to visit and explore. Here’s something on 3D printing.

I first saw this with Krys Markowski at an expo on the future of how things are made in September . Now it’s on the street! Here’s a nice piece of reporting from FRANCE 24 English edition.
Paris studio shrinks shoppers into 3D-printed figurines
© AFP/Lisa Malykhina

A new store in the Marais district of Paris that hails itself as the world’s first studio specialising in 3D portraits offers shoppers tiny, 3D-printed figurines of themselves wearing their favourite clothes and accessories.

Le Moimee Store allows customers to print a figurine 1/12th their size in whatever pose they like for around €230 ($286).

“We think of it as giving new life to the portrait,” said Sylvie Roche, the project director.

The Moimee studio has just opened to the public, and is a venture of The Vibrant Project, a company specialising in digital and interactive art installations.

“You know what you look like in a picture. But the day you see your ‘Moimee’ you go, ‘Wow, I look like that?'” said Roche.

Before its official opening, the company held a contest called “Le Peuple des Cours” or “The People in the Courtyard”, where participants could win one 3D-printed version of themselves and have a second one used in a special art installation representing the Marais neighbourhood.

So far about 150 winners have been immortalised as figurines and about 15 people have come to purchase them at the pop-up shop.

The new store hopes to surf the wave of 3D printing, which is fast becoming the hot new trend – as well as big business.

According to research firm Gartner, 3D printing is one of the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2015, with global shipments of printers expected to double by next year.

Impulse wedding purchase

The small Moimee studio is located in an outdoor courtyard next to the BHV – one of Paris’s top department stores – and is surrounded by coffee bars, sandwich stands and faux-fur lounge chairs.

Model figurines line the walls of the shop, and 3D printers sit in the window. Neon signage helps give the place a modern feel.

Frédéric Saunier, 48, who was in Paris on holiday from the south of France with his fiancée Valérie, 47, decided to have a figurine printed for the top of their wedding cake.

“We saw it on the news and said: ‘Why not?'” said Saunier.

The couple was dressed casually for the photo shoot that would begin the printing process for their figurine. They planned to hold hands or embrace as some 50 cameras captured the image that would eventually be “printed” for the top of their multitiered cake.

“At first we thought it was too expensive, but we figured we would do it anyway,” said Saunier.

The price for one figurine is €230 for a “double-dipped finish” and €245 for a “waxed finish”, the latter of which is more detailed. For two people it’s €345 and €360, respectively.

After the initial photo shoot, the images are uploaded to software for retouching. The figurine is then painstakingly printed, layer by layer, and the colours are developed and sealed. Clients receive their mini-me in about three weeks.

The Moimee Store sees a variety of clientele come through their doors.

“Very different people come in,” said Roche. “Most people want to fix a moment in their life that’s very important.”

Drop-in shoppers are more rare, with most clients planning their figurines in advance.

“Most of the casual shoppers are foreigners,” said Roche.

“I don’t know many people in France who would come and drop €1,000 on four figurines,” she said, referring to a group of Mexican tourists who recently purchased four 3D figurines on a whim.

(FRANCE 24 with AFP)