2016 Photography Workshop Season

f11project is excited to be once again partnering with Outdoor Photo Journey to provide some exciting photo workshops in 2016.

All the workshop dates have been posted. You can find out more info by visiting the workshop page here or at Outdoor Photo Journey. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send us an email.

  Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park

Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park

Whether it's the weekend trip to Bruce Peninsular National Park, Franklin Island in Georgian Bay or shooting night sky north of Toronto, you will find a workshop that will suit your level and the opportunity to learn how to create engaging and powerful images.

  Franklin Island, Georgian Bay UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Ontario   August 5-7, 2016

Franklin Island, Georgian Bay UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Ontario
August 5-7, 2016

  Dark-Sky Preserve, Ontario September 3, 2016   

Dark-Sky Preserve, Ontario
September 3, 2016
 

  Bruce Peninsular National Park, Ontario September 8-11, 2016

Bruce Peninsular National Park, Ontario
September 8-11, 2016

You can save 10% on all Ontario workshops if you register before March 1st. Use the code 10-OFFYEAH when you check out.


Iceland Adventure - September 2016

  Jökulsárlón, south Iceland

Jökulsárlón, south Iceland

If you've been dreaming of visiting Iceland, you might be interested in knowing that we are organzing a photo workshop to this magical island in the Fall. Details to come. Stay tune.

Travels in Nepal - A Photography Fundraiser Exhibit for Nepal

The show is finally up at IX Gallery and ready for public viewing. It's great to see that our images go so well together.  

Fundraising Show Opening: Saturday, September 19, 2015. 4-6pm

Looking forward to the opening this weekend. Hope you can join us!

 IX Gallery

IX Gallery

The Photo Exhibit will be held at IX Gallery (101-11 Davies Avenue, Toronto, ON M4M 2A9) from September 19 to October 2, 2015.

Travels in Nepal - A Photography Fundraiser Exhibit for Nepal

The Photo Exhibit will be held at IX Gallery (101-11 Davies Avenue, Toronto, ON M4M 2A9) from September 19 to October 2, 2015.

Fundraising Show Opening: Saturday, September 19, 2015. 4-6pm
 

 Grand stupa. Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Grand stupa. Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal.

On April 25, 2015, a powerful earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 9,000 people, injuring 23,000 more and leaving 450,000 displaced. Entire villages were destroyed in mere moments. The international community responded with supplies and millions of dollars in relief.

The process of rebuilding Nepal is one that will go on for many years to come. Photographers Ariel Estulin and Louis Au will be hosting a fundraiser to help with this rebuilding effort. 

They will be exhibiting photographs of Nepal – the people and the landscape. All funds* from print sales will go towards the ongoing relief effort.

They are teaming up with the Planeterra Foundation in helping to raise funds for Nepal. All proceeds will go to the Planeterra's Nepal Earthquake Relief.

We hope you can join us on Sept 19!

*Minus the cost of the print

New Photography Show 'Once' by Nino Ardizzi

f11project is proud to present 'Once' by Nino Ardizzi at The Rivoli Lounge

August 30th - November 29th, 2015

The Rivoli Lounge. 334 Queen Street West, 2nd Floor, Toronto M5V 2A2

 

About this series:

In life, we encounter strangers on a daily basis where we have the opportunity to connect 1:1 with each other. What do you do in that moment of eye contact? Do you pretend not to notice or do you seize the opportunity and make a connection?

These images represent my “ONCE”. One time chance encounters with complete strangers. In spite of growing up in a world where we are taught at a very young age to fear & “never talk to strangers”, I personally love seizing these moments to connect with a stranger, however brief. Sometimes they result in rich conversations and sometimes they are fleeting moments of connection as photographer and subject.

Ultimately, my life has been enriched having been touched by these individuals. I know I will likely never see them again as they will never see me again. However, in spite of this fleeting moment, they remain burned in my memory with fondness and frozen in time by the magic of photography.

My thanks and appreciation to each of you for taking the risk to say hello with me… a total stranger!

~ Nino Ardizzi