Lens Magic, Transforming Ordinary Scenes Into Extraordinary Images

Registration

$275.00

Steve Farmer
Thursday to Saturday, August 1 – August 3, 2024
10:00am – 4:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: DATES CHANGED TO AUGUST 1 – 3 (previously July 31 – August 2)

If you are interested in learning more about what makes a great landscape photograph and how to achieve this with your own camera, then this three (3) day workshop is for you.

Learn more about framing, lighting, and your camera’s potential in achieving a captivating image. Start to see the beauty of your world through the lens.

The course will focus on tricks and tips of creating the perfect shot. From postproduction to the use of advanced exposure techniques, we will cover it all.

Students should bring:

  • A digital camera with manual operation.
  • A tripod would be nice to have but not completely necessary.
  • Comfortable walking shoes and clothing for being outside
  • Access to a computer and photo editing software (does not have to be photoshop).

Bookings

Tickets

$275.00

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Steve Farmer

Originally from Halifax Nova Scotia, Steve Farmer’s love of art led him to NSCAD University in the 1980’s where he found a connection with photography. He pursued undergraduate studies and graduated in 1989 with his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

After completing university Steve began his own photographic business. While learning form contemporary photographers and focusing on strengths as a fine artist for over 30 years, he has built his business on both technical and artistic approaches to the medium.

Throughout his career Steve has photographed arange of subjects from isolated Nova Scotian islands to large consumptive industrial sites. He has been entrusted to photograph collections of some of the most prominent Canadian artists including private the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, and of the National Gallery of Canada. He has been called upon to photograph dignitaries that have made their way through Halifax including Presidents, Prime Ministers and Royalty. However ,when Steve takes photos for himself his true passion lies within and around the industrial landscape.

Currently, when Steve is not being contracted by some of Atlantic Canada’s largest corporations, he can be found in the classrooms of NSCAD University where he teaches Lighting, Digital and Analogue photography. Steve enjoys teaching as much as shooting, sharing his love of photography and providing a new generation with hands on skills to use in their own practice.

Bookings

Tickets

$275.00

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