Photography Workshop (Onsite)

Instructor: Professional Photographer Thomas Konigstahl

Wednesday, March 1st from 1:00-3:00

Cost: $32 Mem / $37 Non-Mem

Deadline to register: January 6th before 12:00 Noon



In this 2-hr interactive workshop, you will focus on artificial and natural light (and the combination of both) using a traditional digital camera (SLR) and also any Smart Phone camera - and the advantages and disadvantages of both when doing portrait photography. Using your own camera, you will learn easy tricks and considerations when shooting people/animals/crowds and even inanimate objects to optimize the end results. Everyone will have their portraits done using Thomas’ professional lighting setup and you will receive digital files of your pictures.

 Thomas first studied arts under the guidance of Arthur Lismer (the Group of Seven). He turned to sculpture which evolved towards photography. In photography he found his voice to express his passion for beauty, his respect and admiration for nature, social discontent, his search for a balanced way of life and his commitment to his profound belief in the importance of values in human evolution. His work has appeared on book covers, in magazines, alternative newspapers, annual reports and in advertising. Königsthal has received awards including the Coq D'Or, the Boman Battan Award for Editorial Photography and a National Magazine Award for editorial photography in Canada.