Through the Lens Photography Workshop, Sept. 11-12, 2014
Hike the Highlands festival is pleased to announce it will host a two day “Through the Lens “ Photography workshop with Wally Hayes, professional photographer, on Sept. 11-12, 2014.
On Thursday evening, Sept. 11th, the workshop will focus on depth of field, taking panoramic photos & stitching them together, and slideshow programs with audio – Photodex (PC) and Fotomagico (Mac). On Friday morning it will be a field work day with sunrise & panoramic photos at Neil’s Harbour Lighthouse and nearby. In the afternoon, we will head to Black Brook area to shoot motions, waves, waterfalls & closeups.. On Friday evening, there will be a slideshow of photographers photos and an audiovisual show of the 10th Anniversary of Hike the Highlands Festival. The workshop is limited to 20 participants. The cost of the workshop is $75.00 and you can register & pay online now.
Photography Workshop Schedule :
Thursday, Sept. 11
7-9 pm. The evening program will cover the following topics 1) Depth of Field, 2) different types of lens, 3) how to shoot panoramic & what software to use for stitching photos together and 4) slideshow programs with audio (music) – Photodex and Fotomagico at St. John’s Hall, Ingonish
Friday, Sept. 12
6 am. – 11 am. — Sunrise at Neil’s Harbour Lighthouse, later panoramic shots
12:00 noon – Lunch
1 pm. – 4pm Photo Shoot 2 at Black Brook beach – Motions, Waves & Falls
7 pm. – 8:00 pm – Slideshow of Photographers Photos at workshop and the 10th Anniversary show of Hike the Highlands
Wally has been an active professional photographer for many years. The first 15 years of his career were spent as a new photographer/reporter with The Canadian Press covering news assignments throughout North America, while working out of Halifax, Vancouver & Toronto. For the last 25 years, Wally has photographed Nova Scotia extensively for the Nova Scotia Tourism department and his personal library, film & digital, numbers over 750,000 images. He is also know in the industry as ‘WallyVision’ for his elaborate multi-projector, multi-screen audiovisual shows which he has taken to audiences around the world. This summer ,2014, he is in Cape Breton with the show “Cape Breton Smiles”. A look at some of Wally’s Wide Angle & Panoramic Photos :