Postponed to August 24.
One of famed photographer Sebastião Salgado's aims is to open the eyes of the public to the marvels still left to be found on Earth, including the natural marvels in our own backyard. From the flower which struggles up from between concrete sidewalk slabs to literally one of the greatest lakes in the world sitting at the end of Yonge Street, we are surrounded by nature.
This workshop will include a tour of the Salgado exhibit GENESIS for inspiration, followed by a digital photography tutorial and a two hour nature walk. This nature walk will highlight a variety of natural marvels that normally go unnoticed in and around the vicinity of the ROM.
Bring your camera and record your encounters with nature with the help of photographer Paul Vaculik.
Royal Ontario Museum
Bloor Street (main entrance)