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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Reminder: An Evening with Steve Richard (March 22nd)

Steve Richard on the Art of Studio Lighting and Storytelling with the Human Form.

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The Studio Group is excited to present internationally recognized, Halifax based fine art photographer Steve Richard. During the evening Steve will introduce his work and present the core philosophies, techniques and concepts used in its creation. “It is easy to take a photograph of a beautiful thing, what is difficult is creating a beautiful photograph.”
Admission is Free! The event is also open to non-members, so feel free to bring a friend.

Friday March 22nd, 7:30 to 9:30 in the Rotary Room. (Please note the date change!)

Using Portable Flash

Digital Group – Tues. March 19th

Sometimes multiple flash units are cumbersome and time consuming.

This month I'll show you how to use a single portable flash unit to augment available light in both natural as well as artificial lighting situations.

Looking forward to seeing you... Paul

Friday March 22nd – An Evening with Steve Richard

Steve Richard on the Art of Studio Lighting and Storytelling with the Human Form.

The Studio Group is excited to present internationally recognized, Halifax based fine art photographer Steve Richard. During the evening Steve will introduce his work and present the core philosophies, techniques and concepts used in its creation. “It is easy to take a photograph of a beautiful thing, what is difficult is creating a beautiful photograph.”
Admission is Free! The event is also open to non-members, so feel free to bring a friend.

Friday March 22nd, 7:30 to 9:30 in the Rotary Room. (Please note the date change!)

EVENING EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER (Feb 12th)

February 12th's FLORAL PHOTOGRAPHY: WHY AND HOW 2 has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Gail Burstyn will be re-scheduling her planned session once a new date is available.

Reminder of Guest Speaker Mark Zelinski Feb 5th

Tuesday February 5th, 7:30-9:30 @ AGB

There will be no charge for non-members to attend.

To find out more about Mark, please visit his site markzelinski.com

For information about Mark's book, please click this link.

"Heart of Hurtle Island: The Niagara Escarpment"

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CANCELLED – February 12th – Floral Photography: Why and How 2

The second part of Floral Photography Class will be held on Tuesday February 12th, at 7:30pm.
It is open to members in good standing.
Please bring along some images you have taken since the first floral night.. to review.. or some from your collections..
We will talk a bit about looking for “personality” or “gesture” in flowers.

Led by Gail Burstyn in the Studio at the AGB.

THE HISTORY OF IMAGE MANIPULATION

DIGITAL GROUP - Tues. Jan. 22nd

We think of the photographic image over history as a “truthful” representation and the modern digital image subject to manipulation where we can’t tell what is “real”, however pictures have been altered for a variety of reasons from advertising and propaganda, to political purposes and artistic creations since the dawn of photography.

For our January meeting I’ll be looking at how the photographic image has been manipulated from the beginning.

Looking forward to seeing you for this special presentation... Paul

February 5th – Guest Speaker Mark Zelinski

Tuesday February 5th, 7:30-9:30 @ AGB

There will be no charge for non-members to attend.

To find out more about Mark, please visit his site markzelinski.com

For information about Mark's book, please click this link.

"Heart of Hurtle Island: The Niagara Escarpment"

For info about this event, click on the thumbnail below.

Digital Group – Collages & Montages- Tues. Nov.20th

Collages & Montages

This month I’ll look at how Photoshop can be used to create layered multiple image collages and then go further to construct montages of images on different backgrounds or replace one part of a photo with another.

Looking forward to seeing you for this special session... Paul

Tuesday October 30th Street Photography: Guest Speaker Alex Zafer