Please, take a moment to read Louise’s website. You are going to be delighted by her work, her words and her life by clicking here.
This post was suggested by Barbara Lapointe.
The picture above belongs to Louise Tanguay and is displayed here for the sole purpose of highlighting her website.
Vernissage, Thursday January 12, 6-8 pm
Exposure Gallery (above Thyme & Again)
1255 Wellington Street West
Jan 12 – Feb 21, 2017
Introduction to Adobe Lightroom CC-15 Workshop
Dec 03, 2016
By Reda Sedki & Brian Mazur
The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2015 CC Software for Mac and Windows had been the complete photo management and non-destructive editing suite for Mac OS and Windows. Ideal for enthusiasts and professionals alike, Lightroom’s interface is divided into seven major components: Library, Develop, Map, Book, Slideshow, Print and Web. Each screen serves its own purpose, and you can go back and forth between them easily. Lightroom serves through it’s Library Module, as a powerful organizational tool for your photographs.
Organize photos to suit your needs via an intuitive folder-based data structure. Lightroom lets you store, search and filter images on multiple storage devices, including Mobiles and stores low or high resolution previews of each image in its central database even when the original files are offline.
The second major component of Lightroom is the Develop Module. This is where you’ll do the vast majority of your photo Global and Localized editing and toning. Perform any imaginable adjustment, including color temperature, exposure, black levels, contrast and sharpness to name just a few. Convert your images to black and white.
Brian and Reda will again introduce to you their popular
full day workshop. The workshop will concentrate on Lightroom interface, the Library and the Develop Modules. The workshop is oriented to novice and intermediate users of LR.
Louise Tanguay is an absolutely wonderful local photographer who was diagnosed with incurable stage 4 cancer two years ago. For her income, she was running workshops locally and throughout the world, which she is now unable to do.
We, at the RACP, already had the opportunity of enjoying her beautiful presentations and talking about her work and art.
For my part, I also attended one of her courses.
Having been, for the most part, self-employed, Louise does not have a pension or large wealth, so her problem is how to finance the next few years of her life. She’ now launching her new website packet with stunning pictures and goodies that we could buy to help her.
Please, visit her link (www.louisetanguayphotographe.com) and take a look what you could do (I specially recommend the calendars. I have already ordered mine/J’ai déjà commandé le mien).
The above picture was extracted from her regular mail and belongs to her. It’ displayed here for the purpose of illustration of her work.
Celebrating 10 years of photographic collaboration, Studio 255 (RA Photo Club members Barbara Bolton, Abigail Gossage, Leslie Hossack and Patricia Wallace) warmly invites the club membership to join them at the opening reception of Vienna SPIN at Exposure Gallery, 1255 Wellington Street West on Thursday, October 13, 2016 from 18:00 – 20:00
Studio 255 is honoured that the opening reception of Vienna SPIN will be attended by Austrian Ambassador Arno Riedel.
The exhibition, curated by Michael Tardioli, co-founder of the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa (SPAO) will be on view until November 22.
The idea is simple: join portfoliosinaweek.com for a tour of Iceland and we will provide enough different photographic experiences in a week to allow you to create a portfolio.
We go beyond just landscapes, and include photo opportunities for people, culture, urban and nature.
Our target audiences for our tours are photographers who want to get to a significant number of beautiful shooting locations, while having someone else look after all the logistics.
The fall tour of Iceland begins early on Sunday, October 9, and continues with a busy schedule until the evening of Saturday, the 15th. A set of bonus shoots on Saturday the 8th are available for participants who arrive early, as well as on Sunday, the 16th for any participants staying late. There is also an extra three day tour available at the end covering new areas.
More information available at
This post was suggested and provided by Jamie Johnson.