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Spring Wildflower Photography Workshop

Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Event organized by Bronte Creek Provincial Park

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NOTICE: We will only run the workshop on ONE date --- as we get closer to the date we will make the decision based on percentage of Trillium in bloom.

Rob Stimpson teaches photography part time at Fleming College,
as well runs photograph workshops throughout Ontario. Bronte Creek Provincial Park is pleased to offer his professional quality instruction to our park visitors!

He is an internationally published, award-winning photographer - the above Large White Trillium photograph you might recognize as the April image in the Ontario Park 125 celebration Calendar.

This is your chance to learn the art of photography or bush up on your skills from a published, award winning photographer. Best part, you can use your phone OR DSLR!

COST: Workshop is open to park visitors without registration. You only pay the daily vehicle permit or show your annual or summer vehicle pass.

1. What type of camera do I need?
Bring your phone, point and shoot, or DSLR; whatever you use.

2. What type of photo experience do I need?
This workshop will appeal to the entry level or beginner.

3. What will I learn?
How to create a narrative or story with your images; use of perspective, what lens, where to position your camera.

4. Will we be outside?
For part of the workshop - the first part you will be indoors sitting on picnic tables watching at a slideshow.

5. What type of outdoor clothing and shoes should I wear?
Good walking shoes and depending on weather, dress according to how you deal with temperature, better to layer than have just one jacket.

6. What else should I bring?
Make sure your camera is in good working order. Don’t forget your instruction book, make sure your camera battery is charged. If you have a couple of extra lenses. Bring your own lunch or snacks so that you can stay after the workshop to test our your new found skills!

Please no dogs. Workshop will run rain or shine.