This hands-on workshop is designed to enable the novice photographer to utilize and understand the full potential of their camera. Join instructor Jeff Boyce to explore the correlation between the shutter, aperture and ISO and how they control the light to produce an image.
DATE: AUGUST 3 & 4, 2019
TIME: 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
INSTRUCTOR: JEFF BOYCE
SKILL LEVEL: BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE
$150 Arts Whistler Member Early Bird (Until May 20)
$200 Arts Whistler Member
We will explore the correlation between the shutter, aperture and ISO and how they control the light to produce an image.
Participants will also learn about camera functions such as focus modes, file types and controls before putting their skills to practice.
Jeff Boyce’s professional photography career has been constantly progressing since he graduated the renowned Photojournalism program at Loyalist College in 2008. Getting his start as the team photographer with the Belleville Bulls Junior A hockey club and freelancing for the Belleville Intelligencer, his experience led him to contract work with the Canwest Media group and freelance opportunities with the Vancouver Sun, Victoria Times Colonist and the National Post among others.
Boyce’s editorial work was recognized by the faculty at North Island College and he was offered a position instructing the FIN 723 Photojournalism course in which he developed a 14 week, three hour lecture curriculum that he has been teaching for the past six years. Since returning to Whistler in 2009, Boyce has been developing his own photography business, Photography Whistler, which specializes in digital photography instruction, sports photography, weddings and real estate.
Boyce’s competitive advantage lies in his unique digital photography instruction. In addition to his work at North Island College, Boyce has developed and offered a variety of digital photography workshops through the Whistler Arts Council, Whistler Blackcomb (for the Travel Media Association of Canada) and private instruction.
Check out the instructor’s work: photographywhistler.com
- Digital SLR or mirrorless camera with manual functions.
- Notebook and pen
How to get there
The Alta Lake Station House is located 4km south of Whistler Village and is accessible by car, bike, or foot. Parking is at Wayside Park. It is approximately a 15-minute walk to the location along the Valley Trail. Please allow yourself time, especially if you are bringing a lot of art supplies. Also, bring your own lunch and snacks, the Alta Lake Station House is not close to any restaurants or grocery stores. The venue is equipped with a full-service kitchen, complete with stove and refrigerator.
What is Art On The Lake?
Art on the Lake are unique workshops lead by professional artists who will teach techniques to enhance your craft. The Alta Lake Station House is a tranquil space, where you can be fully present among your peers as you immerse into creativity. The scenic views of the lake make for the perfect artist getaway. Whether you are experienced or just beginning these workshops welcome everyone.