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Throughout the year, Henry's store locations play host to a variety of in-store seminars. These seminars are presented by members of the Henry's community and sales staff, and cover a wide range of topics such as how to use a video or still camera, using a flash, lighting techniques, lenses and general maintenance of your equipment. Please check back frequently for news and information regarding in-store seminars taking place at a Henry's location near you!
Many of Henry's in-store seminars and events are brought to you in whole or in part by Henry's Learning Lab. For information on Henry's Learning Lab and the workshops that are offered, please visit www.learninglab.ca.
Various Dates (See Below)
Time: 9:00am - 11:00am
Location: Henry's Kanata
Cost: By Donation
All proceeds go to the Dragonfly Programme for learners with Down Syndrome. Tax receipts are available for donations over $20.
Visit Henry's Kanata for more details.
Family & Candid Photographer
Videography & Cine Lens Demo
Various Dates & Locations (See Below)
Cost: Free - Registration Required
Join the team from Sony to try out some of the top portrait lenses in the world as we create beautiful images of models at a studio in the store.
You’ll have a chance to watch a short how-to lecture on using the lenses, setting up the lighting and working with the model and then you’ll be shooting beautiful photos yourself.
This shooting, lighting, workshop is perfect for those just starting out with Sony cameras as well as those photographers with a bit of experience working with models.
Saturday, February 17th
Session 1: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Session 2: 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Thursday, March 8th
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Date: Sunday, February 25, 2018
Location: Royal Ontario Museum
Cost: $150 - Registration Required
Join at the Royal Ontario Museum (R.O.M.) in Toronto for this exclusive photo lesson & tour at Ontario’s most famous and most highly revered museum.
From a private classroom with exclusive access to behind-the-scene artifacts to a guided walkabout tour of several of the R.O.M.’s galleries, this event will give participants the experience of photographing fascinating historical subjects in photographically challenging circumstances , including low light, artificial light, dealing with reflections and more.
This photography tour also includes an access pass to all of the R.O.M.’s other galleries and exhibits - all accessible from when the museum opens until close.
Date: Sunday, March 4th, 2018
Time: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Studio 311, 9 Davies Ave., Toronto (Queen E. & DVP)
This extensive hands-on learning and shooting experience is designed to take your studio photography to new creative heights. You will learn core lighting principles and work in a professional photo studio, complete with all of the relevant gear for controlling your light. You only need to bring your camera, and a desire to create the most amazing images of people - ever.
Experienced industry models will be on hand to help you craft images that you will be proud of for your own portfolio. We will cover several different lighting styles for portraiture, beauty, fashion and more. These principles will help you create virtually any look or mood you desire, for photographing women or men.
This workshop is aimed primarily at photographers with no experience with studio strobe lighting and have a strong desire to learn. To help your learning a comprehensive student guide is provided including guidance on gear that you will use. You will be amazed at what you can accomplish. This workshop is conducted by James Ogilvie, creator of several Henry's Learning Lab classes in addition to teaching in Henry's flagship Toronto location.
Visit lightingclasses.com for more information.
Date: Now until Sunday, March 18, 2018
Location: Royal Ontario Museum
Henry's customers save 20% on the price of admission at the Royal Ontario Museum. Purchase your tickets online at www.rom.on.ca and enter the promo code HENRYS during checkout.
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