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Tobermory Photography Workshop (Sept 21-24, 2017)
Thu, 21 Sep 2017, 3:00 PM – Sun, 24 Sep 2017, 2:00 PM EDT
Tobermory is located at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula National Park. Known for it’s crystal-clear waters, rugged cliffs and jagged shoreline, Tobermory is an excellent location for inspirational photography.
• Cost: $775 CAN
• 4 days / 3 nights
• Space is limited to 8 participants only
This workshop is for beginner and intermediate-level photographers. Located at the northern tip of Bruce Peninsula National Park, Tobermory really is a hidden jem and provides endless opportunities for photographers.
We keep our workshop groups small, so what you’ll receive is hands-on, one-on-one photography instruction. If you’re just a beginner, not to worry, we’ll cover the basics of camera control, including aperture, shutter speed and ISO – how and when to use them. Over the course of the weekend we’ll discuss composition and how to create engaging and powerful images.
Photo critique is a big part of the learning process. Every night we’ll sit down with each participant and critique your days work. This gives you an opportunity for immediate feedback which is critical in the learning process. We’ll also show you how to post processing your images. In digital photography the image capture is just the beginning, the real fun is creating your images in post production.
Tobermory Gallery (click on image)
Our workshop schedule is flexible but we will be going out to a number of key shooting locations, all within a short drive. Depending on conditions and weather, we’ll have the flexibility to pick and choose where to go.
DAY 1 (THURSDAY):
We meet in the afternoon in Tobermory. Location details will be provided to participants. We’ll settle in and go out to photograph the evening light and the sunset.
DAY 2 (FRIDAY):
Up bright and early for a sunrise shoot followed by breakfast. We start today’s photo session with a location shoot. We’ll break for lunch and then head back to photography. In the evening we gather for dinner and then again venture out for a sunset shoot. Tobermory is one of the darkest spots for night photography in Ontario. And for the next few nights, if the sky is clear, well have an excellent opportunity to photograph the stars. We’ll take time today to go over the post production process and review participants images.
DAY 3 (SATURDAY):
A similar schedule to yesterday. Up bright and early for a sunrise shoot followed by breakfast. After breakfast we head out for a location shoot. Break for lunch and then head back for more photography. In the evening we gather for dinner and then more photography. We’ll take time today to go over the post production process and review participants images.
DAY 4 (SUNDAY):
An early morning start again to capture the sunrise. Breakfast, then more photography. We finish the workshop just after lunch and depart back home.
What about meals?
All meals (except dinners) are included in the cost of the workshop. Everything is prepared on-site and guaranteed to be delicious! We will try accommodate those with special dietary restrictions. Meals included:
• Friday breakfast and lunch
• Saturday breakfast and lunch
• Sunday breakfast and lunch
• Tea, juice and coffee
What about accommodations?
Accommodations are not included in the cost of the workshop.
There are 2 available options.
OPTION 1: The most economical is tent camping at Bruce Peninsula National Park.
OPTION 2: Motel. The recommended motel is the Bruce Anchor but there are plenty of other options in Tobermory.
What’s included in this workshop?
• professional photography instruction
• Image reviews and critiques
• post-processing instruction
• breakfast and lunch everyday
• Inspiration, fun, and a great time!
What’s not included in the workshop?
• camera equipment
• parking fees
• transportation to/from location
• Thur-Saturday dinners
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