Capturing Architecture: A Photo Walk
Through Queen’s Campus
Facilitated by Claudia Pawlak
Date: Monday, May 1
Location: Kingston Community House, 99 York Street
Registration: Has now closed
This workshop will focus on landscape photography as well as taking a fine art approach towards capturing architecture. We will be going over basic camera control settings such as ISO, aperture, and shutter speed to capture your image and further familiarise yourself with your camera. Then, the workshop will take place outside where we will be taking photos around Queens campus. By the end, participants will be more comfortable with their cameras and will have trained their photographic eye to see sights around Kingston differently.
Requirements/ What to bring
Participants will need to bring a camera of any kind, this can range from 35mm film to your cellphone! Remember to charge all batteries beforehand and come with an empty SD card ready to take pictures!
Claudia Pawlak is an 18 year old photographer from Kingston, Ontario. She is an Ontario Skills Competition photography gold medalist, and has had her work displayed in Caprice Magazine as well as the Warkworth Lilac Festival. Claudia enjoys exploring the emotion and story behind portraits, self portraits, street photography, and landscapes. She has spoken about her work on CBC's Good Morning Show. Claudia now studies photography at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. Outside of photography, Claudia enjoys writing, staying active, and exploring new concepts for her work.