original online course
on photography
01. UNIT

In the initial unit of my online photography course, I will delve into my personal journey as a photographer. I will describe how my interest in photography grew and the challenges and opportunities I encountered along the way. Additionally, I will discuss the impact of the decisions I made on my journey towards becoming a photographer, as well as how different cities influenced my evolution as an artist.

The main focus of this unit will be on my personal experiences, providing students with a glimpse into my world and offering insights that can aid them in developing their own photography skills.

02. UNIT

Inspiration techniques and sources, including notable photographers to watch and recommended books, articles, and interviews on photography.

Mood-boards, including strategies for creating them, organizing image references, and developing treatments, briefs, and call sheets.

Portfolio creation, discussing how to choose your best work, what to include, and how to tailor portfolios for different clients.

Specifics of fashion photography, including the differences between commercial and personal work, rates, and negotiations. Resources such as articles, documentaries, and magazines on fashion, as well as offer guidance on creating concepts and managing prices and costs.

03. UNIT

Building teams and engaging with models, highlighting what makes a great model. The importance of learning from masters in the field and the techniques and methods used to create stunning photographs.

Different types of lighting used in photography, including natural, strobe, continuous, and LED lights. Tips on how to efficiently observe and utilize space on a set, including working in Airbnb, hotels, apartments, lofts, studios, and locations.

My experiences with erotic photography, including my first experiments and the creation of erotic portraits while maintaining aesthetics.

Specifics of shooting in the fashion industry, including the differences between commercial and personal work, rates, and negotiations. Articles, documentaries, and magazines on fashion, as well as guidance on creating concepts and managing prices and costs.

04. UNIT

Image selection, including tips on choosing the best images and creating layouts for them. Post-production techniques such as the patch tool, levels and curves adjustments, adding grain, and working with both black and white and color images.

Different types of prints available, including fine art prints, posters, and postcards. Tips on creating polaroids, zines, and books to showcase your work, and explore the world of moving images such as fashion films.

Preparations for exhibitions, retrospectives, and lectures, including how to present your work in public settings.

Importance of archiving your work, including how to organize your files and use them to progress in your photography career.

4 units 17 blocks

All units of the photography course will include tasks and practical exercises for students to complete. These exercises will allow students to apply the techniques and concepts covered in each unit to their own photography practice, and to gain hands-on experience with the material.

In addition to the practical exercises, each unit will also include case studies that illustrate the concepts covered in the unit. These case studies will provide real-world examples of how the techniques and concepts covered in the course can be applied in practice, and will help students to understand the material in a deeper and more meaningful way.

More products

Jurij was born in Belarus and later moved to Germany at the age of 17. In 2008, he discovered his passion for photography while living in Berlin. One year later, he made the decision to relocate to Paris, where he pursued his career as a professional photographer.

Jurij Treskow is a photographer who specializes in fashion, art and portrait photography. His style is often described as provocative, sensual, and bold, with a focus on the power of seduction. He has worked with various high-end brands and publications, and his work has been exhibited in galleries around the world.

Jurij lives and works between New York, Paris, London and Berlin.

Curator of fatal.systems

Takado Kenzo
Innez de la Fressange
Natalia Rykiel
Sante D'Orazio
Pierre Cardin
Barbara Bui
Paolo Roversi
James Franco
Anna Valerie Hash
Christian Louboutin
Guy Laroche
Damir Doma
David Koma
Jean-Claude Jitrois
Ivan Dorn
S. Mazaev
Erik Bulatov
Alisa Freindlich
Rick Owens
Peter Philips
Fanny Ardant
Bill Gaytten
Andrew GN
Gerard Depardieu

The Impression USA
Maxim USA
Faddy Magazine USA
The Impression USA
Fucking Young Sweden
The Contributor Sweden
Glass Magazine UK
Kaltblut Germany
Tush Germany
Keen Magazine
Grazie France
Lui France
OOB France
7000 Magazine France
Normal France
Solar Spain
PSM Magazine Spain
Vogue Russia
Marie Claire Russia
Instyle Russia
GQ Russia
Esquire Russia
Harpers Bazaar Russia
Numero Russia
Interview Russia
Elle Ukraine
Nasty Magazine Italy
Playboy Australia
Playboy New Zealand


2019 - fatal 3
2019 - odyssey
2018 - fatal 2
2018 - odyssey
2018 - solar spain
2017 - maxim usa
2016 - allure russia


2022 Paris - sexhibition
2022 Paris - imagine
2021 Milan - imagine
2020 Kyiv - bursa
2019 Moscow - fatal #3
2018 Moscow - fatal #2
2018 Moscow - fatal #1
2014 Moscow - retrospective
2013 Brest - retrospective
2012 Minsk - retrospective
2011 Minsk - retrospective

Click to order
online course on photography