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Jun
9
7:00 PM19:00

Fujifilm Canada presents: Big Landscape, Small Camera

Join photographers Ariel Estulin and Louis Au as they talk about using the Fuji mirrorless camera system for travel and landscape photography. They will show examples demonstrating the high image quality that these systems can deliver, and will talk about making the switch from DSLRs to the compact Fuji cameras.

"Fuji Guy" Jerry Julien will be on hand to present Fujifilm's X-Series mirrorless camera system. You'll also have a chance to try out a number of the Fuji X-Series cameras, including the new X-Pro2!

Light refreshments and prizes! Join us!


Event Location Details

When:

Thursday June 9, 2016
7:00 - 9:00 pm

Where:

IX Gallery at Colourgenics
11 Davies Avenue, Suite 102
Toronto, ON M4M 2A9 (MAP)

Special thanks to our event host Colourgenics, Toronto's leader in custom, fine art prints and reproductions.

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Nov
25
7:00 PM19:00

Travels in Nepal: Yaks, Monasteries and Mountains

 Grand stupa at Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal  Copyright © Louis Au 2014

Grand stupa at Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal  Copyright © Louis Au 2014

Travels in Nepal: Yaks, Monasteries and Mountains by Outdoor Photo Journey

Nepal is a land of high mountains, yaks, monasteries and mantras. Wedged between the Himalayan range to the north and the steamy jungles to the south, Nepal’s cultural landscape is as diverse as its physical one. Its people’s religious practices ranges from Indian-style Hinduism to Tibetan Buddhism. Nepal is also home to eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains.

In this talk, photographers Ariel Estulin and Louis Au will present their work from their recent trip to Nepal. Their journey begins in the chaotic city of Kathmandu and continues into the high Himalayas. You will embark on a photographic journey on the centuries-old stupas and temples and the spectacular vistas of the Himalayas. 

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Sep
25
7:00 PM19:00

MEC Talk: Travels in Nepal

TRAVELS IN NEPAL: YAKS, MONASTERIES AND MOUNTAINS

 Gokyo, Nepal

Gokyo, Nepal

Date: Thursday, 25 September, 2014
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Organizer: MEC Toronto
Price: Free

Please join us at MEC (Mountain Equipment Co-operative) Toronto for a seminar on travels in Nepal with Ariel Estulin and Louis Au.

Nepal is a land of high mountains, yaks, monasteries and mantras. Wedged between the Himalayan range to the north and the steamy jungles to the south, Nepal’s cultural landscape is as diverse as its physical one. Its people’s religious practices ranges from Indian-style Hinduism to Tibetan Buddhism. In this talk, photographers Ariel Estulin and Louis Au will present their work from their travels to Nepal. Their journey begins in the chaotic city of Kathmandu and continues into the high Himalayas. You will embark on a photographic journey on the centuries-old stupas and temples and the spectacular vistas of the Himalayas.

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Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

Travels in Nepal: Yaks, Monasteries and Mountains

 Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal. Copyright © Louis Au 2014

Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal. Copyright © Louis Au 2014

Life After Digital Artist Talk Series

Presented in association with Colourgenics
Cost: Complimentary
RSVP: LAD@Colourgenics.com

Travels in Nepal: Yaks, Monasteries and Mountains by Outdoor Photo Journey

 Mount Everest from Gokyo Ri, Nepal.    Copyright © Ariel Estulin 2014

Mount Everest from Gokyo Ri, Nepal.    Copyright © Ariel Estulin 2014

Nepal is a land of high mountains, yaks, monasteries and mantras. Wedged between the Himalayan range to the north and the steamy jungles to the south, Nepal’s cultural landscape is as diverse as its physical one. Its people’s religious practices ranges from Indian-style Hinduism to Tibetan Buddhism. Nepal is also home to eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains.

In this talk, photographers Ariel Estulin and Louis Au will present their work from their recent trip to Nepal. Their journey begins in the chaotic city of Kathmandu and continues into the high Himalayas. You will embark on a photographic journey on the centuries-old stupas and temples and the spectacular vistas of the Himalayas. 


About the artists:

Ariel Estulin is an award winning photographer and graphic designer. Primarily interested in landscapes, he travels the world seeking out beauty in those wild and remote places on earth that still remain untouched by civilization and where nature commands ultimate attention. Self-taught as a photographer, he spent time with Freeman Patterson, Canada’s renowned photographer, to learn the art of making great photographs. His training as a graphic designer continually shapes what he sees through the lens. His work has been published in magazines and showcased with exhibitions. Visit www.arielestulin.com

Louis Au is a freelance event, portrait and travel photographer based in Toronto. He founded f11project  to bring forth travel foto workshops and assist emerging photographers to exhibit their work in downtown Toronto. As an ardent educator, Louis also provides hands-on digital capture training for local and overseas photographers through f11project.

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Apr
8
7:00 PM19:00

Talk with Environmental Portrait Photographer, Jonathan Bielaski

 Copyright © Jonathan Bielaski 2014

Copyright © Jonathan Bielaski 2014

Jonathan Bielaski is a Toronto based environmental portrait photographer. Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Jonathan received his early training at Sheridan College. 

Jonathan shoots for a diverse group of advertising and editorial clients like Sports Illustrated, Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment, The University or Waterloo, Sheridan College, Home Depot, Hydro One etc….

Jonathan’s creative style of lighting and composition in his portraiture work enables him to capture his characters in their environment that connect with the viewers. He has been in the industry for over 14 years and runs an extremely successful photography business. 

Please visit www.jonathanbielaski.com to view his recent environmental portraits.


LIFE AFTER DIGITAL was conceived from a photographer’s lament that there is no life after digital: you shoot hundreds of frames and are locked up at the computer for the rest of the day if not days, organizing, adjusting and processing files.

The Life After Digital initiative consists of intimate seminars and artist talks in the IX Gallery. Depending on the response, these may develop into workshops aimed at demystifying and smoothing out the digital workflow.

In partnership with guest artists and experts, we will inspire you while giving you the tools to work more efficiently, produce quality images and in the process reclaim a good portion of your personal time. Particular attention will be given to print-oriented issues, for artists who would like to explore the potential of current technologies to open new doors and bring ideas to life.

The LAD mandate is to have fun. Our goals are to create a community spirit, encourage discussion, and foster a better understanding of the possibilities of digital imaging and printing.

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Sep
19
7:00 PM19:00

POLARIZED: Photography from Svalbard & Antarctica

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Life After Digital Artist Talk Series

POLARIZED: Photography from Svalbard & Antarctica by Paul Teolis & Graham Peddie from Canon Canada

Presented in association with Colourgenics
Cost: Complimentary

Join Award-winning photographer Paul A. Teolis for a fun, educational, and light-hearted look at Antarctica, working as an Expedition Photographer to an artist residency in the Norwegian Arctic. Through photos and video you will can gain a better insight into travelling to the most remote of destinations where icebergs are the size of buildings, and penguins roam with unwanted abandon in a land where the sun never sets. 

Graham Peddie, Product Strategist for Canon Canada, will present a number of Canon photographic solutions for professionals and aspiring professionals alike, including the 1Dx and popular, 5D Mk III. 

 

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BIO: Paul A. Teolis

Paul A. Teolis is an award-winning photographer, educator, veteran of the film & animation industry and a travel-holic.

Photography has taken Paul to all corners of the world, and as an experienced expedition photographer, his multiple trips to Antarctica and recently the Arctic Circle continue to feed his love of ice, snow and wildlife.

As an animation profession he has contributed work on numerous feature films, television series and independent productions for such notable international studios as Dreamworks SKG, Disney Paris and Nelvana Studios.

Paul calls Toronto, Canada his home.

web: www.fieldandscreen.com
twitter: paulteolisphoto
facebook: Paul-A-Teolis Photography

 

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BIO: Graham Peddie

Graham directs channel & brand management, marketing strategy, sales support, PR, events, social media outreach and business development for these channels. In addition, Graham runs Canon Canada's Northern Explorer of Light program, quarterbacking a team of highly acclaimed photo and video professionals.

 

 *As seating is limited, please RSVP to LAD@colourgenics.com

 

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Jul
10
9:00 PM21:00

Life After Digital Artist Talk Series

THE TINTYPE STUDIO: A TINTYPE PRIMER

Second instalment of Life After Digital Artist Talk series is this Wednesday at 7 PM. We will be welcoming the artists behind The Tintype Studio to discuss the process through which their work is created. 

 Copyright © Tintype Studio

Copyright © Tintype Studio

7-9PM WEDNESDAY JULY 10TH

Cost: Complimentary
Presented in association with Colourgenics
11 Davies Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2A9 
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http://goo.gl/maps/AukZp)

The Tintype Studio (www.tintypestudio.net) was conceptualized in the summer of 2010 when four friends, while on a camping trip in Northern Ontario, decided they wanted to work together through the craft of the wet plate collodian process.

The Tintype Studio revisits a historical photographic tradition to create a unique image on a metal surface. They revive this process in its traditional context, the outdoor fair, by offering a fun, participatory, and retro take on the instant photograph. Their tintype portrait service and period-style booth give the public a chance to experience a chapter in the history of photography.

In this Life After Digital talk, perhaps more properly referred to as Life Way Before Digital, members of The Tintype Studio describe their modern-day traveling art practice and the process through which their work is created.

 

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Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Life After Digital Artist Talk Series

Kathleen Finlay & Giovanni Pittalis: Naninoo and The Mystifying Cuccubarro

7-9PM WEDNESDAY JUNE 19TH

Cost: Complimentary
Presented in association with Colourgenics
11 Davies Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2A9 

(http://goo.gl/maps/AukZp)

 

 Copyright © Kathleen Finlay

Copyright © Kathleen Finlay

Kathleen Finlay is a Toronto-based commercial photographer who crosses the genres of fine art, editorial, corporate and advertising imaging. On June 19th, she and Italian-born multimedia artist Giovanni Pittalis will speak as part of the Life After Digital series about their work on a Children's book titled Naninoo and the Mystifying Cuccubarro. Finlay's collaboration with Pittalis, whose work as an illustrator, stylist and art director includes time with Jim Henson Productions, gave birth to richly colored, unique characters and elaborate dioramas that will engage young readers’ minds.

This interactive talk will reveal behind-the-scenes details about the production of these intricate, sculpture-based images, and feature some of the physical pieces involved. For more information about Kathleen and her work, please visit kathleenfinlay.com .

 

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