Winter Photography Workshop + Cabin Trip

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Winter Photography Workshop + Cabin Trip

200.00

Hi all!

Here are the details the next photography workshop and cabin trip that we’ll be going on :)

Dates: November 17th-18th

Departure Time: November 17th, 2018 - 9AM - Pick up at Laurier Metro Station (Exit Laurier - Not St-Joseph!) The hyperlink goes to the cafe right across the street from the metro, so if you’re there it’s perfect.

Return: November 18th, 2018 - 5PM in Montreal - Drop off at Laurier Metro Station

Here is what you're going to need if you want to participate and do some learning:

- A camera (DSLR/Mirrorless/Film Camera is good too!) 📷

- All of the lenses that you have - a wide-angle lens is ideal for landscape and astrophotography - that means something that is 24mm or wider that has a low aperture.

You can rent these at Lozeau, Photo Service, or Lou-Cam. Three great rental spots and photo stores in Montreal! 🔭

- A sturdy tripod (if you don’t have one, rent one, they’re cheap!)

- Make sure to bring warm clothes, gloves, boots, warm socks! We will be spending a lot of time outdoors taking photos so this is really important ya’ll!

What does it include?

1) Transportation to and from the cabin.

2) Accommodations in a beautiful chalet in Val-Morin, Quebec.

3) One night and two days of semi-private instruction and hours of shooting. The workshop will cover a large variety of topics that will be catered to each group and person’s interests. So far, some of the main focuses of the workshops have been on shooting:

  • Landscape Photography

  • Natural Light Portraits

  • Astrophotography

  • Off-Camera Flash

  • Environmental Portraits

  • Lifestyle Photography 

 Once the event is sold out, I will send out a survey to all the participants to see which things people are most interested in (Don’t worry if you have a less popular interest. Everyone will have ample time to ask very specific questions about what they want to achieve)

4) Post-Production of Images! An important part of the process of digital photography is the post-production - being able to look at your photos on a high-resolution monitor is critical to being able to assess what you did right, what you did wrong, and what you can do with your digital negatives.

For this reason, I would love if all of you had Lightroom Classic CC installed on your computers. If you do not already have it, fret not, Adobe offers a free 7-day trial of this program and we will be covering some awesome editing techniques using this program to get the best out of your photos.

5) Once we’re tired from shooting and editing, we will spend some time just hanging out and having some drinks and relaxing!

6) Drop off at Laurier Metro in Montreal at 5PM the next day.

 

Thanks all! Looking forward to this. Please contact me here or on Facebook for ANY questions or comments you have! 

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