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Vancouver Photo Workshops

Vancouver Photo Workshops

Vancouver Photo Workshops is a large studio facility that specializes in photography workshops photography courses and photo tours. We will help you achieve your photographic vision. Whether you are a true beginner, aspiring amateur or seasoned professional, our intimate and focused classes are created with you in mind. We strive to provide unparalleled service and dedication to excellence. Let us help you achieve your vision!VPW is comprised of a carefully selected team of industry professionals who pride themselves in their ability to inspire and share their unique vision and style.Each instructor has the ability to show students both the technical, as well as, the creative aspect of photography. Our courses offer valuable insights into the essential theories of the art with a strong focus placed on hands-on learning in professional photographic environments.

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Digital Printmaking for Photographers - Gibsons, near Vancouver - B.C.

Digital Printmaking for Photographers - Gibsons, near Vancouver - B.C.

Master printmaker, Barry Haynes prints his work on the Epson 7600 and 4000 printers which he shows and sells in exhibitions, galleries and from the Galleries section of this web site. Barry teaches workshops in his studio in Gibsons, B.C. (near Vancouver) as well as classes for Anderson Ranch in Colorado, International Center of Photography in New York City, Sante Fe Workshop in New Mexico, and Palm Beach Photographic Center in Florida.

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Noella Ballenger's Natural Wonders Workshops - La Canada, Canada

Noella Ballenger's Natural Wonders Workshops - La Canada, Canada

Noella Ballenger conducts outstanding nature photography workshops in popular west coast destinations. A professional nature and wildlife photographer and writer, Noella Ballenger's experience has included photographing some of the world's most pristine and spectacular locations. Traveling extensively, she has searched for pockets of beauty throughout the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Africa, Europe and the South Pacific.Noella leads photographic workshops and also lectures throughout the United States and New Zealand. She celebrates her 14th year of teaching photography and her 19th year as a member of the American Society of Media Photographers. Her work has been published in Gardens & Landscapes, Natural History, Petersen’s Photographic, Zoo View, Lapidary Journal, Westways, California Highways, True West and many other magazines. In addition, her work has been selected for inclusion in the Smithsonian Guide to Historic America: Pacific Coast States, American Sampler, Focus on New Zealand (New Zealand); Great Mysteries: Ghosts (England); Death Trap: The Story of the La Brea Tar Pits, Ghost Towns of the American West, The Audubon Guides, Simple Prayers and Blessings, La Purisima, Erosion, The Pueblo, Encyclopedia of Native Americans and many other books.

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Garry Black Photography - Photo Workshops - Ottawa, Ontario Canada

Garry Black Photography - Photo Workshops - Ottawa, Ontario Canada

International advertising and commercial photographer - location people and travel. Professional stock photographer GARRY BLACK is, for the most part, a self-taught photographer. He started photography as a hobby, but in 1986, he decided to devote his time and energy to photography on a full time basis. He had discovered that with photography he had found a medium that enabled him to express his creative abilities. He has been teaching photographic workshops since 1984 and today is regarded as one of Canada s leading creative photographers. Garry and his wife Valerie live in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada - that is when they re not off on a trip somewhere. We always have a list of new places that we have to see. As we visit one and cross it off the list, there always seems to be many more new ones on the list. It never ends, the more we travel the more we realize that there s a lot more to see. His travels have taken him from coast to coast in Canada and the United States , as well as the Caribbean, Mexico , Europe, Asia and Africa. He teaches various photography workshops and presents seminars, slide programs on a limited basis.

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