This introductory workshop takes place in High Park, a 400 acre natural oasis in the heart of Toronto. Explore beautiful trails through wooded ravines, around Grenadier Pond, and across rare black oak savannah. This historic park is home to many species of wildlife and plants, and provides a scenic getaway within the city.
If you’re just getting into photography and want to know how to use that new camera, this workshop is for you. We begin with the basics of camera control and review all those fancy camera dials. We’ll discuss aperture, shutter speed and ISO, how and when to use them. We take a walk through the park to discuss composition and how to create images. We keep the workshop group small, so what you’ll receive is hands-on, one-on-one photography instruction. Our goal for this workshop is for you to have an understanding of camera function and begin to create engaging and meaningful images. All you need is your camera and walking shoes!
Time: 1pm – 4pm. This is a half-day photography workshop.
Location: We meet at the southwest corner of Bloor and Keele St. Directions and details will be provided to workshop participants. This location is accessible by TTC.
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We do not guarantee the weather. Workshop fee does not include transportation, meals, or equipment. Maximum number of participants for this workshop is 8.