Beginner Photography Workshops

This fall join Chris Attrell of Forgotten Saskatchewan and Pete Ryan of National Geographic for our beginner photography workshops.

If you are new, or even a little experienced with photography, you will be glad you attended. We make it a priority to give one on one help and personalized instructions for your own camera.

  • Beginner Photography
  • Camera settings you should learn now
  • Night Photography
  • What makes a photograph compelling
  • Basic post processing
  • One on one help with your own camera

Bring your list of questions, we will be more than happy to help.

* These Classes Are Meant For People With A DSLR Or Mirrorless Camera. If Your Camera Has A Dial With M As One Of The Options, This Will Work.

Locations & Dates $99 Per Person

Weyburn Friday Sept 22  6 – 9pm
Ramada Hotel Meeting Room 1420 Sims Ave

Regina Sat Sept 23  1 – 4PM
Sandman Hotel 1800 Victoria Ave E in the Great Room

Regina Sat Sept 23  6 – 9PM
Sandman Hotel 1800 Victoria Ave E in the Great Room

Saskatoon Sunday Sept 24  1 – 4 PM
Travelodge Hotel Concorde 1 Room 106 Circle Drive West

Saskatoon Sunday Sept 24  6 – 9PM
Travelodge Hotel Concorde 1 Room 106 Circle Drive West

Lloydminster Fri Sept 29 6-9PM
Microtel Inn & Suites 4257-44th Street  Lloydminster

North Battleford Sat  Sept 30 12 – 3PM
Travelodge Meeting Room 992 101 St

Prince Albert Oct 1 6-9PM
Prince Albert Inn Board Room 3680 2 Ave W

 

About Pete Ryan

The Canadian prairies has had its share of settlements built with great expectations but soon abandoned amid disappointment. Each location leaving behind clues to a colourful history. From this tour you will gain insightful knowledge on what to look for and how to best photograph a locale’s sense of place just as if you were shooting on assignment for National Geographic.

A 10-year veteran shooter for National Geographic Creative, Pete Ryan is best known for his work of abandoned places. His first foray into the theme was documenting ancient Norse ruins along the northwestern coast of Greenland (1999). The following summer it was a circumnavigation of Ireland by sea kayak that permitted access into shallow waters where structures such as 7th century monastic ruins were hiding from the tourists. Tiring of heavy-duty coastal waters, the journey continued into the desert, most notably Death Valley National Park. It is Death Valley that among his Nat Geo photographer peers he is the resident expert. His archive of Saskatchewan represents his most cherished moments. 

About Chris Attrell

Chris Attrell began his photographic journey in 1996 as a landscape and nature photographic hobbyist. His interest took a more localized turn in 2003 when he started to explore rural Alberta and Saskatchewan, seeking out symbols of the prairie past; grain elevators, ghost towns, and abandoned buildings.

Recognizing the historical significance of these pioneer relics Chris set out to photographically document Saskatchewan’s heritage. Over the last ten years Chris has built and run several successful online photo galleries to showcase both his and others’ images of the Prairie Provinces. His interests have expanded to include night photography, storm photography, and rural-themed portraits. Read More Here