Category: Photo Community

Dinosaur Provincial Park at Night with Monika Deviat

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

 

Monika Deviat is hosting an astrophotography workshop in Dinosaur Provincial Park, near Brooks, AB. The workshop includes classroom instruction and in-the-field guidance, as well as accommodation and meals cooked by a Red Seal Chef. Two tours by Provincial Park guides are also included: a sunset tour, as well as the Centrosaurus Quarry hike to a massive bone bed. The workshop runs from May 30th to June 2nd, 2019.

Early-bird pricing ends February 24th. Spots are limited. Double and single occupancy available.

Click here for tickets and more details.

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From Perspectives YYC: You Are A Tourist and Music Visualization

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

Image by Philip David for the You Are A Tourist exhibition.

Perspectives YYC is hosting two collaborative shows as part of Exposure this year.

You Are A Tourist features Cary Schatz, JC Yepes, Philip David, and Brandynn Leigh at Vintage Caffeine Company in West Hillhurst. This show highlights the intersection between the documentary street photographer, and the travellers and tourists as they explore and observe places.

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Le Salon Noir: Master Class

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

From Calgary-based photographer Dianne Bos: 

Le Salon Noir: Master Class is designed for intermediate practitioners with an understanding of traditional darkroom processes and techniques and are excited to develop their practice among peers in the comfort of a cozy B&B in Languedoc, France. Using low-fi camera methodologies, analogue silver-based photographic processes, and alternative photographic emulsions including Cyanotype and Anthotypes, participants in the Master Class will draw inspiration from the surrounding region for their artistic creations.

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Greg Gerla – In An Instant: Iconogoraphs

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

 

As part of Exposure 2019, Alberta’s Photography Festival, photographer Greg Gerla is proud to present “In An Instant: Iconographs”. This series, drawing on the inspiration and aesthetic of Byzantine and Eastern European religious iconography, is a mixed media exhibition with Fujifilm Instax and Polaroid prints that have been manipulated with the use of paints, inks, and gold or silver leaf.

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