Latow Photographers Guild

The Latow Photographers Guild is a Burlington, Ontario based Photography club open to all photographers in the area.

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Westfield Heritage Village Outing – Saturday December 9th 5pm – 9pm

If you have not booked your calendar yet, then please book it now for our outing at Westfield Heritage Village, on Saturday December 9th from 5:00 - 9:00 pm (located at 1049 Kirkwall Road in Rockton). On this visit, we will experience the 'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS' festivities by candlelight and feel the warmth of the season through music, food samples, fireworks and a visit from Father Christmas.

We will meet outside the gate at 5 PM.

After making images, we will meet for social time in the snack shop in the village.

Please confirm your plan to attend to

(Open to members in good standing.)

Tues. November 21st – Creating Greeting Cards with Photoshop

With the holiday season fast approaching some of you will be sending out greeting cards (either electronically or printed versions) so I’ll be covering how to create your own greeting cards using Photoshop.

I’ll look at image selection, image processing, graphic layout, fonts & effects and envelope creation.

After this session you’ll want to create all your greeting cards yourself.

Looking forward to seeing you all... Paul

Outing – Hamilton Cemetery – Saturday November 18 10 A.M.

Our second outing will be to the Hamilton Cemetery. Also known as the York Street Cemetery, located at 777 York Boulevard, Hamilton Date. This cemetery was built in 1847. It is The oldest municipally owned cemetery in Canada.

We will meet inside the York Blvd gate at 10 a.m. then individually photograph until 1 p.m., approximately. As you park, please ensure that cars are well spaced, not as a group, so that we do not interfere with other visitors.

For social time, we are planning to get together at the Rose Garden restaurant, located at 1124 Plains Rd W, Burlington, near to the Royal Botanical Gardens.

We would like these outings to be successful and interesting to members. One key measure of success is the turnout to participate.

Please email if you plan to participate.

Photos below were taken last year, in the rain, proving nothing can stop dedicated photographers.




Christmas Sale 2017: Framed Works for Lee Chin Gallery

Details and forms are included in the attachments to the November 2017 In Focus email.

For full information, please view the documents under the Christmas Sale section of the Latow website Member’s Download Area.


Landscape Photography Night – Tuesday, October 31

Please join Jim and Karen Lait for a “Why & How” evening on Landscape Photography. This is an opportunity to share some of your Landscape photos and get some tips and techniques from other presenters.
Jim & Karen will give a brief presentation on Landscape photography and invite members to bring 2-3 landscape images to share. As part of the “Why & How” theme, please share “Why” you took that photo - what attracted you to the scene - and “How” you took it - settings, season/time of day, challenges, processing, special techniques, etc. In our years at Latow, we have learned so much from other members. So please come out, bring some images, share and learn, and most importantly, have fun!

"Three Rocks"

October 2017 Photographic Art Exhibit by David Low

October 2017

Photographic Art Exhibit

Presented in the Art Gallery of Burlington - Fireside Room

David Low

Latow Photographers Guild

Meet the Artist - October 17th from 6 to 8:30 p.m. for a discussion of the works, and thoughts on Serendipitous Photography.

“When you first meet another photography enthusiast (and now everyone is, with cellphonography), one of the first questions will be, what type of photography do you like to shoot?  The answer will range from sports, to portrait, to street photography, still life, family, landscape, action, nature and beyond.  I’ve struggled to define an answer to the question but would call mine Serendipitous Photography.

Serendipity is defined as ‘an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident’.  My definition of ‘Serendipitous Photography’ departs from the traditional; it is developing an awareness of beautiful or interesting things around you and attempting to portray them as photographic art.  It is always driven by looking for more than the usual.  It may be that instantaneous moment in time or it may take several years to germinate and refine an idea.

"This installation is a collection of works over several years, each with a story.”   David

There will be a draw for one of David’s works at 7:20 p.m. and visitors will be invited to attend a 7:30 Latow presentation by one of the area’s top photographers, Paul Sparrow, on “Dynamic Range”.

David can be contacted at:

For a printable format, please click on the PDF below.

Tues. Oct. 17 – Dynamic Range in the world of digital photography

This month I’ll be posing questions about “Dynamic Range” in the world of digital photography.

What is it? How much do you need? In camera vs image processing, Shoot RAW or JPEG?

All these & more will be revealed...

Looking forward to seeing you for this very informative session,

Paul Sparrow

Reminder – Guest Speaker: Rob Stimpson October 3rd @ 7:30

Oct 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Rotary + Shoreline Rooms, AGB

Rob Stimpson: Wild Ontario + 2.8 and Beyond

GUESTS & VISITORS WELCOME! No admission charge.

Rob is an internationally published, award-winning photographer best known for capturing the fury and tenderness of the Canadian outdoors. He also has a reputation as a great speaker and humorous story-teller. Bring a friend for this special evening. Members of neighboring camera cubs are especially invited. There is no cost for non-members.

Wild Ontario: A look at Rob's photo adventures throughout Ontario – from Polar Bear Provincial Park to 1000 Islands – lots of funny stories and the people he has encountered.

2.8 and Beyond: Rob looks at his life as a professional photographer – the places, the images, the people, the landscapes that have all helped to shape his life. From penguins to moose and Force 11 storms in the Drake Passage, the material that goes along with the “job”.

Outing – Valens Conservation Area Saturday October 21, 2017 10 A.M.



Our first outing will be to the Valens Conservation Area to experience and photograph fall colours.  This location includes trails and a boardwalk which provide many image opportunities.

We will meet at the front gate at 10 a.m. then proceed to the trail entry as a starting point.

After, we plan to meet at the Tim Horton's located at Hwy  6 and Carlisle Rd for coffee and social.

Please advise Ron Savoline at if you will be participating.

Bill Warren’s Final Exhibition – meet the artist 

This Sunday, Sept. 10 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
In the Fireside Room at the Art Gallery of Burlington.
Discuss and review Bill's one-of-a-kind, award-winning monochrome silver print photographs from the 1960's to today!
Many are available for purchase - cash and cheques accepted - no tax.
The exhibition continues until September 24.