By Arts Editor Doreen Jung. What makes a great photograph? Even more importantly, how can you make one? Here is your chance to learn from the experts. At the Abbotsford Photo Arts Club’s 36th Annual Photo Seminar, discover the art of creating an impressive image and learn the science of taking a great shot.
Be prepared to be swept up in the energy and enthusiasm that is generated by the gathering of passionate photographers. Get information on subjects from correct camera settings to compelling compositions. Discover new perspectives on landscapes and nature, from panoramic vistas to up close and personal macro shots. Action photography, travel photography, and story-telling photography will all be explored.
Keynote speaker, Tony Sweet chose photography as a means of personal expression, using digital technology to produce fine art prints and stunning imagery. He will speak on a diverse range of subjects and share insider tips on taking great pictures. Workshop presenters include Peter Levey (Choosing Correct Camera Settings), Mark English (Travel), Christopher Morris (Sports & Action), and Jared Hobbs (Landscape & Wildlife). These talented photographers and inspiring teachers will show you new techniques and help you discover new perspectives; all combined to improve your photography.
October 26, 2013
Michael J Fox Theatre
7373 MacPherson Ave, Burnaby, BC
$75/Adult, $50/Student, $85/At door
For more information and registration, visit www.apac.bc.ca.