On March 24th I will be giving a talk at Photo Central on my career. How I started this crazy profession as a professional photographer, became successful, started a gallery, and what the future holds. It has been a wild ride!
It is a myth that the quality of your camera makes a great photograph. This is an introductory workshop that will teach attendees to take control of their cameras. It will give attendees the knowledge to not only take better photographs, but to take more intentional artistic shots. Automatic camera settings will only get you so far, students will learn to manually control their cameras. The camera is after all only the tool of the artists eye.
This will be a 2 hour workshop and will include refreshments.
In order to give proper one on one instruction this workshop will be limited to 12 spots. Tickets can be purchased here and should sell out fast.
Requirements: Any SLR camera with manual override.
Robert Lowdon is a commercial & fine art photographer based in Winnipeg. His clients include many large organizations and has been published internationally. He is also the owner of Robert Lowdon Gallery located in Downtown Winnipeg.
Is it time to share your face with the world? Well you are in luck, starting on Tuesday December 13th I am offering a $50 walk in headshot special. Normally $250 this won't last long, like it ends on December 24th not long. So stop in to 389 Graham get a headshot and look snappy all over the web.
Blackout Dates: December 15th, 16th & 18th.
On Friday December 2, I will be holding a showing of my artwork at Sutton Smithworks for First Fridays in Winnipeg's Downtown Exchange District. I will have several large photographic pieces for sale along with small prints available for purchase.
I hope to see you there.
Adelle Rewerts is a Winnipeg based artist, painter, colour lover and modern hippie. She grew up captivated by the vast swatches of the prairie landscape - from blankets of fresh white snow to crimson sunsets enveloped by indigo nights. In her 20's she traded in the prairie vista for the excitement of Toronto, with its shiny lights and grey cement. When her life unravelled she turned to painting, where she once again found her solace surrounded by colour.
In her series, Transformative, she uses colour and shape to share her coming-of-age struggle with identity as she evolves from a self-minded twenty-something into a wife and mother.
Please join us on December 1st from 5-9pm for the opening reception of Transformative.
We are going to be out be shaking hands and introducing people to my photographic artwork. The Downtown Biz Farmer's market is located inside the Manitoba Hydro building. I will have some art for sale as well. This should be a great event. Stop by and have a chat.