When: Sunday, October 27th
Time: 2:30 – 4:45pm
Where: Fennerty Room, Sackville Library
(Open to Sackville Photography Club Members Only)
Local photographer/artist/storyteller, Erin Falkenham, has gained international recognition for her unique style in both capturing and editing images. Erin has recently been published in PhotoLife magazine.
Erin will be demonstrating the art of “Free-Lensing” and providing you with some hands on time to try it yourself.
Freelensing is essentially the “poor man’s tilt shift.” All the technique requires is disconnecting a lens from the camera body and floating it around in front of your sensor to shift the focal plane in weird directions. It takes practice to get accurate with it, but overall the technique is pretty straight forward.
After the demo and hands-on time Erin will be sitting down and walking you through her step by step black & white editing process. She is probably by far, one of the best B&W editors in Canada.
Come take advantage of this opportunity to learn new techniques/skills for your photography tool box, that can be used in just about every genre of photography.