Enjoy a free photography workshop at Skoki Lodge with any overnight stay February 25-28, 2013. Courses are every day, with a minimum two-night stay. Daily sessions will be taught by professional photographer Mike Byrne in small group settings with one-on-one sessions available upon request. The theme for each daily workshop will be weather dependent, covering one of the following topics:
Landscapes & Portraits - using depth-of-field to improve your photography
Action photography - freezing action and blurring motion
Night photography - light painting and star tracking
Flash photography - from fill light to using multiple flashes
Contact Skoki today, and mention “Mike Byrne Photography Workshop.” Space is limited.
Call toll free: 1-888-99-SKOKI (1-888-997-5654). Email: email@example.com.
About Mike Byrne
Mike has worked as an independent photographer and filmmaker for over 20 years. Although he is now based in Victoria, BC, Mike grew up in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains, hiking and skiing, and along the way photographing the famous landscapes and wildlife of the Banff-Canmore-Lake Louise area.
Mike’s work has also taken him through much of Europe, to Africa, South America, and to 47 American states and all 10 Canadian provinces. He has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, kayaked in Kyuoquot, dodged howler monkeys in Brazil, explored the Ngorongoro Crater, and marched with soldiers in American Civil War re-enactments.
When he is not making images of nature and wildlife, Mike is busy photographing a variety of sports. He is the official photographer for several sports teams and for a series of international triathlons. He worked at the cross-country skiing venue for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and at several venues at the London 2012 Summer Olympics.