NEW for Fall 2013
"How do they do it?"
Perhaps you ask yourself this question as you gaze at amazing and colourful photos on a website, a Travel magazine or a National Geographic article. Whether it's mystical looking seascapes, incredible city vistas, extraordinary sunsets, or even a dog at play - there are many simple techniques you can use to enhance your photography.
Join professional adventure photographer, writer and AV media instructor Frederic Hore as he presents an evening on the ABC’s of Travel Photography, with stunning images from around the world, and tips on how they were achieved.
Through some basic guidelines and easy techniques, you will be shown how to achieve engaging, vibrant and memorable imagery. A free, six-page Resource List and Photographers Check List will be provided to attendees.
So come with your questions... and be prepared to have some fun!
Recommended for everyone who loves to travel!
About the presenter:
An award-winning photographer and writer, Frederic Hore’s images have been published in PhotoLife, Canada’s premier photographic magazine, US adventure monthly Hooked on the Outdoors, The Montreal Gazette, West Island Gazette, Broadcaster, Wall to Wall, Canadian Camera plus numerous other publications and websites.
Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, Frederic started taking black and white photographs at age 10. Graduating in 1974 with a Diploma in Communication Arts from Dawson College, Montreal, his work in the broadcast milieu, has allowed him to pursue his passion and vocation of freelance writing and photography for more than thirty-five years, travelling to some 40 countries on six continents.
About the image:
A guide points to a fresco on the ceiling of the Hercules Room at the Château de Versailles in France. Everyone is looking up, except one chap who decides to look at the camera! Learn an easy technique to take this sharp and engaging photograph, without having to hold your camera, or use a tripod!
to be missed!