Unleash your inner wildlife photographer at our day-long workshop. You will learn how to take better photographs under the guidance of the museum's own photographer Shane Lighter and professional wildlife photographer Sam Rose Phillips.
Suitable for beginners to advanced intermediates, you will spend time in the classroom and in the field, so bring your camera and dress appropriately. Lunch is not included.
About the instructors:
Shane Lighter is a graduate from Algonquin College's Photography program. In addition to being an avid and active photographer, he has worked in darkrooms, photo labs and print shops. He has been the photographer and digital imaging technician at the Royal BC Museum since 2012. To see examples of his work visit his staff profile page here.
Sam Rose Phillips is a conservation storyteller based in Tofino. She uses photography, videography and words to tell stories about the ways in which we are succeeding or falling short of coexisting with nature. To see examples of her work visit her online gallery here.