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Event: Photographing Athletes

Photographing Athletes
Feb
11

Give us you best Shot!

Please send the FULL SIZE image to pjkiely@sympatico.ca to fulfill our model contract. Please include your name in the filename.
  We want to see your best shots from the outing. Upload up to 3 of your favourites. Max file size: 1 MB File format: gif|png|jpg|jpeg Please add your watermark to your photos for the website version. (please allow up to 24 hours before your images will appear in the gallery) Check out the Gallery

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Thank you for you submission to the Photographing Athletes Workshop Gallery

Facilitator: Paul Kiely

I will open with a Powerpoint Presentation showing some of the unique opportunities and challenges when capturing athletes or fitness models. This will include scouting your shoot locations, model preparation and planning, props, your equipment list, lighting choices (off camera flash &/or studio strobes), working with a light meter, balancing ambient light with flash/strobes, and model releases. I will show a variety of photographic captures as examples through the presentation. Starting Time: 9:00am Study Hall (downstairs) 1411 Upper Wellington St. Hamilton ON HCC Non-Members: $25.00 payable at door

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About
Having experienced an unrequited love for photography throughout much of his life, Paul began to more seriously pursue digital imaging after acquiring his first DSLR in late 2009. He joined the Hamilton Camera Club a year later, and began to develop a passion for learning the craft. Paul’s goal has been focused on becoming an excellent generalist, as he is drawn to all form and fashion of photographic opportunity. He gains equal enjoyment through actively shooting subjects, and honing his post-processing skills. Paul is currently the Vice-President of the Hamilton Camera Club, as well as a Founding Partner of Group ThirtyOne, a photographer’s collective based in Dundas, Ontario. website