Stuck in a rut, photographically?
Looking to grow, creatively?
Join us for an exploration and expansion of creative fun as Louise Tanguay leads you through some thoughtful exercises to expand your imagination
Exploration and Growth
The first three days consist of a presentation followed by three outings with assigned exercises to help you see more and grow. Afternoons are your time to process imagery, print and explore your day’s captures in preparation for the final exhibition at Ottawa Studio Works.
Slideshow and Exhibition
This photo course is exciting and unique as you are working towards printing work for your exhibition. The last day is spent:
• preparing imagery
• hanging imagery
• celebrating your successes!
The exhibition is open to the public and we invite you to invite your family and friends to honour your photo results. It’s a time to show off your talents.
Monday, April 8th; 8am-12noon + afternoon homework
Tuesday, April 9th; 8am-12noon + afternoon homework
Wednesday, April 10th; 8am-12noon + afternoon homework
Thursday, April 11th; morning plus evening to prepare the show.
This workshop consists of 3 presentations (8:00am to 9:00am), 3 outings with assigned exercises (9:00 to 12:00) + Thursday night exhibition and slideshow open to the public.
1. Monday – (Exploration) – 4 hours + homework
2. Tuesday – (Composition) – 4 hours + homework
3. Wednesday – (Experimentation) – 4 hours + homework
4. Thursday – We organize the exhibition and slideshow for the night presentation – 9 hours (approx)
Classroom sessions and exhibition are held at Ottawa Studio Works @ 160 Preston St, Ottawa.
$475 plus HST – minimum of 6
Louise Tanguay is predominantly a landscape photographer specializing in capturing subtle beauty.
Her photo work has been featured in many magazines around the world. She has many photo books to her credit including two coffee table books – ‘Flora’ and ‘Natura.’ Two other books featuring her works of Reford Gardens made the best sellers lists in 2004 and 2005. She contributes to guide books of gardens in Quebec. She is also very involved, photographically, with two quite new books – “Near and Far” and “Jewels of Hawai’i.”
Louise teaches her own workshops as well as for other clients. She is a regular public speaker and also leads trips to wonderful far away places.
Treat your eyes to some of Louise’s photo work!
Participant Requirements: Students are required to bring a digital camera of any kind.
Or to register through a real, live human with credit card or cheque contact us by email or by phone at 819-827-9460.