Student Images from our 2019 Toronto Workshop
Last week, we shared our images from the Toronto workshop. This week, it’s time to share our student images! We had a fun group in Toronto, with a lot of people we already knew, a few locals and a few new faces! From 5hrs north of Toronto all the way to California, it was a pleasure to spend a weekend with such a group. Each workshop has a critique session about 10 days after, so we can give you some feedback and everyone can see what other people have been shooting. It’s a great learning tool and it’s a lot of fun too!
Andrea lives a few hours north of Toronto and, despite being new to architectural photography, shared some great shots with us, playing with lines and patterns.
From California, Tex has been on a few workshops with us. He shared a moody cityscape, a colorful abstract and a shot from a building that wasn’t even on our list! You can find more of his work on Instagram.
Avery joined us from Indiana and shared some beautiful black and white images, including an abstract of the hotel lobby (2nd image) and a clever diptych (3rd image). You can find him on Instagram.
Marsha is a local photographer who shared two great black and white abstracts and a colorful skyline shot. You can see more of her work on her website.
Bruce joined us from Detroit for his second workshop with us. He shared two beautiful black and white architectural shots and a colorful abstract with intentional camera movement. You can find out more about him on his website.
Bryan joined us from Grand Rapids and helped us out to capture some behind-the-scenes shots and videos. He shared some great images from the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Eaton Centre Bridge and the skyline from the Toronto Islands. You can find him on his website and on Instagram.
We hope you enjoyed our student images and that they give you a good idea of what you can expect from one of our workshops.