Creative Coastal Photography Workshop at Neys

June 26th, 2013 by Ontario Parks Leave a reply »

We’re hitting the road and going camping! Join us at Neys Provincial Park on July 20th (Canada’s Parks Day) to learn some creative photography techniques along the rugged and scenic shores of Lake Superior.

This learning program is part of the 2013 series of Giant Digital Photography Workshops offered in Ontario Parks in the Thunder Bay area. Always looking to provide new topics and park locations, we’ve added a trip to Neys Provincial Park to our roster for this season.  And what better topic for Neys then “coastal creative photography”, in a location which also inspired the art of members of the Group of Seven!

Join Thunder Bay professional photographer Barry Wojciechowski, as we explore the varied coastline at Neys along the “Under the Volcano Trail” With cameras in hand, we’ll walk along the park’s sand and cobble beaches, smooth sweeping volcanic and granite rocky shoreline next to the waves of Lake Superior to capture a variety of creative landscape images.

Topics for this workshop include:

  – Creative photography

  – Water and waves in motion

  – Creative photo composition

  – Lighting settings to create moods

  – Use of polarizer filter

  – Putting people in the picture

Price for the Neys workshop is $65+HST (+ park camping or day use fee at gate). Workshops are great for both 35mm DSLRs and point & shoot camera users.  A small group size ensures personalized feedback from the instructor.  Advanced registration is required.  For more information and online registration visit Lake Superior Visits or call Lois at 807-344-9208 (1-866-688-9990).

Be sure to sign up today for a weekend of fun, photography, camping and discovering your inner artist at Neys Provincial Park!

Giant Digital Photography Workshops are in their fifth season and are a partnership between Ontario Parks – Northwest Zone, Barry Wojciechowski Photography and Lake Superior Visits.

Neys Provincial Park is located along Highway 17 in Northwestern Ontario between Marathon and Terrace Bay.

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