Noted photographer and author to speak at BAC; tickets are limited.

By Staff

BURLINGTON, ON  March 27, 2013  If you are a photographer and want to improve your craft note Saturday April 13th at the Burlington Art Centre where the Latow Photographers Guild will hold their annual seminar.  The event will run from 9 am to 4:30 pm.  Tickets are going quickly and there is a limit to the attendance.

Photographer Mike Grandmaison will speak and show images on the theme of Natural Reflections in a session designed to inspire and instruct photographers of all levels.

Mike Grandmaison at a photography exhibit.

Based in Winnipeg, Mike Grandmaison is a leading Canadian nature photographer with ten books to his credit, including Prairie and Beyond, Muskoka, Georgian Bay, The Canadian Rockies and Canada. He has been photographing professionally on a full-time basis since 1996 and has taught photography for years, conducting nature-focused workshops as well as presenting lectures to various organizations.

One of the more than ten photography books Grandmaison has published.

The April 13 Seminar will be followed by the Latow Audio-Visual Festival from 7 to 9 pm. Admission to this evening of extraordinary audiovisual presentations by different photographers, each with a unique perspective, is $10 in advance or at the door. This event will appeal to anyone with an interest in visual art, not just photography enthusiasts.

On Sunday April 14, Mike Grandmaison will lead two mini-seminars, one on creating Fine Art Photography, and one on sharing your photography through websites, books, galleries, photo contests and juried exhibitions. These sessions will be of interest to photographers wishing to take their work to a higher level. Enrollment is limited but space may still be available.

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