We're all REALLY hoping for a long, warm September. But a recent day of rain was a wake up call to all of us on Salt Spring. It was a call to action to finish outdoor projects that require dry weather, and for us photographers to record what we know will soon disappear until next season.
Every year, my inner squirrel compels me to freeze pesto and tomatoes, and lots and lots of green things from our own garden, and those of the great farmers of the island.
But, while I begin to think of rounding up flashlights and kindling and tomatoes, I'm also remembering what a good opportunity winter provides to get into a very creative zone in the studio. With a lots of images to work with, a few supplies, and a long rainy night- amazing things can happen. Pesto helps too.
Fuel your creative fires this winter with a hearty dose of inspiration....
The Alternative Photographic Techniques workshops schedule for this fall is complete, with a total of four locations!
Just added: Mendocino, California and Mt. Vernon, Washington.
Sept 25, 2010- Salt Spring Is, BC workshop is FULL *
Oct 2, 2010- Port Townsend, WA space available
October 16, 2010 revised date- Mt. Vernon, WA space available
Nov 13, 2010- Mendocino, CA space available
*If there are enough people on the waiting list for this workshop, a second date or a Victoria location may be offered. Please let me know if you're interested in being added to the waiting list.
For more information, or to register for any location: email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or tel: 250-537-4489
Scroll down to see workshop description. Content is the same in each location. Time schedule of the day varies slightly.