This webinar is part of the Fred & Edie Greene Speaker Series
Photography workshops – What to expect, What to plan for and What you get out of them
This webinar will take you through the planning, preparation and what to expect when participating in a photography workshop as well as the benefits of attending. The presentation will be based on Lynn’s experience in attending the Alpine Artistry Workshop put on by the Offbeat Photography Community in Banff National Park. Her journey before, during and after the workshop will be explored via images and stories of the places they visited, photographed and the opportunities given to practice what they learned. The adventure continues with images and experiences from her time in Waterton Lakes National Park following the workshop.
Lynn Fergusson is a multi-genre amateur photographer from Dartmouth NS who loves to be outdoors which is where the focus of her photography (Landscape, wildlife, and ICM) takes place. Although always interested, she didn’t get serious about photography until joining a Photography meetup group back in late 2012. This provided the opportunity to learn from like-minded individuals and started her on the journey that she continues to this day. Lynn is always looking for opportunities to learn and grow by attending workshops, conferences, hanging out with other photographers and trying new things.
Lynn has had photographs published in various magazines including BBC Wildlife Magazine, Saltscapes, Our Canada and was included in the Canadian Geographic Best Wildlife Photography 2021 & 2022 editions. Her photos have won or have been recognized in a variety of local and international photo competitions.
Non-members of the Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia can register for the presentation using the following link: Registration through Eventbrite
PGNS members can go to the members only page for the WebEx link to the meeting.