Last Saturday the Moose Jaw Camera Club started the workshop line up with a full class. The weather was perfect and a trip out to the lake to Anna Hergert’s Studio was even more enjoyable.
The workshop was structured around video presentation, time to explore settings on one’s own camera and practical time trying out these settings in the natural environment.
These workshops are always a great way to learn but they also foster community among club members. Thanks everyone who signed up and came out. Hope you are all using the knowledge gained!.
Our workshop lineup is extensive this year. Ben’s Abstract Impressionism with the Adobe Photoshop Filter Gallery workshop is coming up November 14th. Only a few spots remain, so make sure you sign up at the next meeting. Payment is due at sign up. Here is a description of what participants can expect.
In early February we have a special workshop opportunity for experienced photographers (our experienced members requested and we set out to engage an accomplished photographer). The instructor is Brian Easton from Pilot Butte, SK. Brian forwarded his bio to me today. Here is what he has to say about himself:
My interest in photography began in my twenties, but was rekindled a few years ago as my wife and I traveled. I enjoy documenting the places we visit, but my true passion is making creative, fashion, and beauty images. I constantly strive to improve my photography by reading, attending workshops, and learning new techniques online.
Recently, I provided competition images for a Miss World Canada contestant, as well as portfolio images for models, makeup artists, and hair stylists.
Follow my work at www.500px.com/bleaston.
For a detailed description of his workshop visit our workshop page and scroll down to Light it, Shoot it, Process it!