Seascapes, Cityscapes and Nightscapes: a lesson in photography

Nanaimo photographer Brad Powell shares tips on how to capture the beautiful scenery around us

Want to know how to capture the beauty of the scenery around us, especially in low light situations?

The Ladysmith Camera Club invites you to come learn how to shoot stunning “Seascapes, Cityscapes & Nightscapes” with prolific Nanaimo-based photographer and presenter Brad Powell.

Brad will share his insights into when and how to find these outstanding scenes, and the special shooting and editing techniques he uses to create his dramatic images.

Brad is a self-confessed “digital baby”, having only become absorbed by the art of photography since the advent of digital cameras. Now, photography has become his creative passion and he is seldom without a camera by his side while he travels extensively around Vancouver Island capturing his expressive images.

The event is scheduled Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 7 p.m., in Hardwick Hall, High Street at 3rd Avenue in Ladysmith. Everyone welcome. Non-members $5 drop-in fee.

 

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