Niagara School of Imaging

I have been chosen to be one of the instructors at the prestigious Niagara School of Imaging, based at Brock University campus in St. Catherines Ontario. My course is entitled ‘Nature Photography in the Digital Age’.

Spring wildflowers.

Students will have the opportunity to make pictures during field sessions and process them for sharing and critique during classroom sessions. In the field I will offer advice on composition and technique and image critique as well as providing guidelines, tips and suggestions for getting the most from your digital SLR. In the classroom I’ll discuss managing and optimizing the images with your computer.

Autumn bueberry leaves with frost (multiple exposure)

Autumn bueberry leaves with frost (multiple exposure)

The course runs from Sunday August 19 to Thursday August 23. NSI has a website and registration link. Cost is 750.00 CAD + 13 % HST. There is a meal and accommodation plan which is 440.00 + HST extra.

American bison (Bison bison) Walking near Grand Prismatic Spring outflow

The campus is close to world-famous Niagara Falls and other natural areas as well as attractions such as a Butterfly Garden.

About Dawns _Images
I (Don Johnston) am a wildlife and landscape photographer based in Lively, Northern Ontario. My work is represented by All Canada Photos (Victoria), agefotostock (Spain), Interphoto (Germany), PhotoEdit (USA) and Alamy (England). I am widely published in books, magazines, calendars as well as advertising media and decor. My personal stock photography website has over 10 000 images in galleries plus a search feature. Like many other nature photographers I am self-taught beginning with film in the 1980s and continuing through the 21st century with digital. I taught high school biology for thirty years, retiring in 2003 to pursue photography full time.

One Response to Niagara School of Imaging

  1. eyeguy99 says:

    Love the bison shot!

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