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Workshop: The Light and Dark of Day

Light and Dark of Day Workshop

The Sackville Photography Club is excited to be hosting a creative portraiture workshop lead by talented photographers Maggie Hood and Jon Brown. Maggie and Jon will teach and inspire participants to create evocative environmental portraits.

Details

Saturday, April 29th – 9am to 4:30pm

Fairbanks Center at Shubie Park in Dartmouth, NS.  Directions

Experience Level – Intermediate (participants should be comfortable with their camera and it’s settings)

Cost – $150 Full Day Workshop

Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, March 29th via Eventbrite and are limited to 25 participants (SPC Members Only)

For further details, please download event poster.

 

Tentative Workshop Schedule

9:00-10:30am Presentations
10:45-12:00 Demo (with models)
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:30 pm Morning Wrap Up, Q&A
1:30-3:30pm Participant Shooting Time (with models within the bounds of Shubie Park)
3:30-4:30pm Editing/Workshop Wrap-Up

 

Workshop Instructors

Light and Dark of Day - Mag
Light and Dark of Day - Jon

Maggie Hood
Jon Brown

 A wedding and portrait photographer based in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She fell in love with photography while in grad school, started her own business and hasn’t looked back since. Never taking anything too seriously, she is inspired by real moments and emotions, but also the process of creating an image from start to finish. Alongside shooting, she also enjoys teaching and is a regular contributor for Offbeat Photo.
Raised in Northern Cape Breton, discovered his passion for photography/image making in his mid-20’s. After traversing through family and wedding photography, he felt something was missing. Always drawn to emotionally charged conceptual images, nature and exploring; he decided to try and fuse them in a way that captivated the viewers. Utilizing his camera as more of an extension of himself; it is what he uses to capture the essence of a scene in front of him

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