$15 adults, $7.50 students for one day
$25 adults, $10 students for two days
Available via Eventbrite, at the Kitimat Museum & Archives or at the door.
Thursday August 9
Kitimat Museum & Archives – Free
Opening Reception 7:30 pm
The Wilderness Around Us
The Best of Canadian Photojournalism 2017
Saturday August 11
Bird photography with Jason Kazuta and Kitimat naturalist Walter Thorne.
Meet at Minette Bay Lodge at 9:30 am on Saturday April 11. Low tide is at 7:56 am. The bird workshop will then go looking for the best site that day.
Camera and Light with Craig Minielly
Meet at Minette Bay Lodge at 9:30 am. Developing a comfort with camera settings and light opportunities can lead to a more enjoyable experience in the field, and more dynamic results in your captures. Items such as exposure modes, optic selections, ISO conditions, aperture / shutter speed relationships and strategies are just some of what we’ll dive into.
Basic Photo Processing with Ab Morrision-Hayward
Kitimat Public Libary 1 pm to 4 pm
This workshop will be about basic photo editing. Using two simple programs, Ab will demonstrate the techniques that I use to edit my photographs and give them a finishing touch.
Sunday August 12
Riverlodge Recreation Centre Activity Room
Morning Theme: From beginner to skilled amateur to professional
Gear and how to use it for bird, wildlife and landscape photography
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Mike Ambach Some lessons I have learned and ideas about keeping one’s photography practice fresh, creative and challenging.
11:30 Ab Morrison-Hayward Northern Exposure Thoughts on an exhibition
12:15 to 1:30 lunch
Afternoon Theme: Presentations and How I did it.
1:30 Talon Gillis Taking your skills to the next level. How I am learning new things
2:15 Craig Minielly The Unusual Suspects – Tips for expanding visual creativity.
3:00 Coffee Break
3:15 Jason Kazuta Vancouver Wildlife Photography
4:00 Audience How do I do this? QnA with all panelists
5:00 End of Day