Chris Harris 2-Day Photography Workshop:
“Meet Your Inner Artist”
A Workshop in Photography as Art
Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4, 2018
Chris Harris presentation as part of the Bonnie Nichol Lectures, on November 5, 2018 at the Montreal Camera Club
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This two-day workshop is designed for photographers who are interested in reaching for new horizons. With a refined tool-kit and new ways of seeing, you will jump-start your power to envision yourself as an artist.
Illustrated talks on art and photography, in-the-field art projects, and constructive evaluation sessions will help you bring the familiar into a new dimension of artistry.
Participants should be well acquainted with all aspects of their equipment and be at the medium to advanced stage of their photographic skills.
Cost: $250. For two days of instruction, photographing and feedback.
Maximum: 10 people
More information to follow
I was born in Montreal and brought up in Beloeil before taking most of my education in New Brunswick. I was home when my father, Chic Harris,joined the Montreal Camera Club in the late 60s. I watched him grow as a photographer and was deeply inspired by his creative journey. With a camera that Dad gave me, I travelled the world and began a life of adventure.
Dad later introduced me to Freeman Patterson with whom I took my first and only workshop in 1974 at Shamper’s Bluff. Both Freeman and my dad have been my mentors, inspiring me to follow my two passions for wilderness adventure and photography, and I have carved out an exciting and rewarding life, full of wonder.
“Photography is not so much about the images I create; it’s about life experiences. I photograph to live a meaningful, creative, and rewarding life, reveling in the art of the planet earth. Through photography, I feel blessed.”
(Submitted by Chris Harris)