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Wildlife & Nature
The art of great wildlife and nature photography requires not only an understanding of the capabilities of your technology but also skills and techniques to reflect an understanding and appreciation of your subjects. This course explores all the ins-and-outs of nature photography and includes both classroom and lessons in the field. Ideal for novice and intermediate levels.
In this class, you will have a chance to work with award-winning photographer Garnet McPherson who apprenticed under the guidance of the great Ansel Adams and has a deep understanding of the magic and technical complexity of landscape photography. From complicated cameras to challenging environments, this class will help you take nature and landscape photographs that reflect your unique perspective.
At his or her best, the action photographer tells compelling stories that show us at our most daring, fearless, and adventurous. Learn how to work with a client, and shoot with their brand in mind; how to prepare yourself and your gear for a shoot in an extreme environment; how to take photos of extreme sports pros, and work with variable light conditions.
The Image Makers
In this course students examine the history and theory of photography from a social, artistic, and technical perspective. It includes a series of workshops exploring the work and methods of the world’s greatest photographers. Students also participate by creating visual and written works that critique or emulate the photographers discussed in lectures.
The Photo Business Kick-Start Kit
This workshop prepares students and emerging photographers with their portfolios (their most important “tool”), business cards, promotions, websites, quoting and negotiating contracts and usages, professional fees, invoicing, business practices and ethics, copyright, and model and property releases. Insights into dealing with industry professionals is also focused on.
Marketing Your Photography
Looking to supplement your income selling photography prints? Wondering how to strategically market your work in busy online marketplaces? This one-day weekend workshop is an overview of the current and emerging markets for professional photography and how to access those markets to increase your income from your photography. Ideal for all skill levels.
Making A Photographic Book
The intention of this course is to produce a photographic book. Students will shoot a project or use an existing body of work, learn about editing, sequencing and design, and have the book printed. We will focus on creating a narrative both conceptually and visually to achieve an object of high quality that tells a story. Recommended working knowledge of Lightroom or Photoshop.
A one-day weekend workshop on how to exhibit your photographic creations including an overview of publishing, slideshows, and printing as well as a survey of online galleries and stock photo markets. Whether the intent is to sell copies of your work or simply put on public display, this course is ideal for the novice looking to get the most out of their work.
Painting With Light
To a photographer light is our medium. Beyond a sharp and well exposed and composed image the ability to work with the light is often what separates great photographers from the crowd. This course is a study of light and how it becomes your images. Here we explore the characteristics and techniques used with each type of lighting in a wide variety of contexts.
Flash Lighting Workshop
Strobe or Flash Lighting has the advantage of being able to stop action while matching the colour temperature of daylight. Two characteristics that make it ideal for many applications in photography. In this course we explore the characteristics of this light source as it’s applied to photographic challenges and how it can solve those challenges.
Tungsten Lighting Workshop
Tungsten Lighting is the standard for indoor lighting and is calibrated to match most interior lighting situations. As a continuous light source it has a long history of reliable and color accurate light for photography and film production. In this course we explore the characteristics of this light source as it’s applied to photographic challenges and how it solves those challenges.
LED Lighting Workshop
LED lighting has the advantage of being a low-power consumption, continuous light source which emits very little heat, making it ideal for many photographic and video applications. In this course we explore the characteristics of this light source as it’s applied to photographic challenges and how it solves those challenges.