Analogue Photography – Introduction

Three-part course exploring technical and creative aspects of analogue photography from film to print: Sign up for the entire series or just single sessions: camera operation, film development, making a print on photo paper. The whole series is an intro aimed at first time film camera users and a refresher for photographers wanting to hone their …

Photo by: Art Chow

Art Chow and the Hart House Camera Club: Sixty Years and Counting

On the eve of his retrospective, “Sixty Years and Counting,” U of T alumnus and amateur photographer Art Chow describes how his unorthodox creativity and drive for excellence can be traced back to the Hart House Camera Club and its annual competition. Event Details Sixty Years and Counting will have a zoom launch on Wednesday, …

Lighting in Photography

Dates: Sep 30–Oct 21 | 7:00 pm–9:00 pm The key to photography is the magic of lighting. In this workshop we will examine the nature of light with a special emphasis on lighting models especially while shooting portraits. All aspects of light, natural and artificial, will be explored. Participants will be encouraged to take on …

Smartphone Photography

Dates: Sep 29–Oct 20 | 7:30 pm–8:30 pm Students will learn how to properly control their camera app settings to achieve better, and more creative results with the photographs they take, as well as retouch the photos and prepare them for social media/print use. Commercial photographer Chase Jarvis once said: “The best camera, is the …

Photographing Different Skin Tones

Date: Sep 23 7:00 pm–8:00 pm This short class will walk through the manual settings on your camera to help you photograph a range of different skin tones. Instructor: Michael Chambers U of T Students: FREE 29 & Under and Over 65: $5General Public: $10 Register Now

GERT 2PM by Ammara Wasim

September Critical Salon

Tues, Sep 28, 2021 –7:00 pm –9:00 pm (EST)Cost: FreeVenue: Online–Zoom We invite you to share some of your photos and have them publicly critiqued by a small panel of seasoned photographers. The goal is to help all participants recognize their strongest photographs and what makes them strong. How to submit? In order to include some of your …