Learn to turn tulips into works of art with Louise Tanguay this spring.
Louise has been photographing at Ottawa’s Tulip Festival for many years. Her vast teaching and macro/floral photography experience (see below) will help you maximize your photo experience in this short, fun photo session.
Learn new techniques, perspectives and get challenged to do things differently!
May 6th, 2014; 7:00am to 11:00am
Participants are invited to go for a good warm breakfast together after the workshop. ($ extra.)
$125 per person, minimum of 5
Who is Louise Tanguay?
Louise Tanguay Louise is predominantly a nature 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.
Participants should bring any camera although a digital SLR camera will give most options.
This Safari is currently FULL! Please contact us to be on the waiting list.
A $125 full payment is required to reserve your spot.
Or to register through a real, live human with credit card or cheque contact us by email or by phone at 819-827-9460.