Date(s) - 9 Nov 2020
7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
In his presentation, Rob Stimpson will explain his approach to making impressive monochrome images that emphasize textures, patterns, shadows or silhouettes.
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Rob Stimpson works in the tourism world; he is an internationally published, award-winning photographer. He teaches photography part time at Fleming College as well as runs workshops throughout Ontario. His working in Basle Switzerland as a photographer’s assistant laid the foundation for his success today. His first commercial break through came from selling images to Canada’s prestigious National Film Board. Rob has photographed for Ontario Tourism, Ontario Parks and Parks Canada for many years. His work has appeared on the covers of Ontario Parks Guides, calendars, magazines and national ads for the province and Canada. He has garnered numerous awards, including a Northern Lights Award from the Canadian Tourism Commission and Best Travel Photography Award from the Ontario Tourism Summit. In October 2012 he was nominated and accepted into the College of Fellows in the Royal Canadian Geographical Society.
He has co-authored An Artists and Photographers Guide to Wild Ontario as well as contributed to numerous books. His work has graced Canadian Geographic, Explore Magazine, Cathay Pacific, Japan Air in-flight magazines. His fine art prints hang in private homes around the world. Travels have taken him to many places but his favourite is Antarctica and the Arctic where he works as an expedition photographer for One Ocean Expeditions. In 2014 Rob was part of Ice Tracks Expedition’s centenary celebration of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s 1914 Trans-Antarctic Expedition. July 2016 he was selected by the Globe and Mail and Lexus to be showcased with 9 others showcasing their professional lives.
Learn more about Rob Stimpson at https://robstimpson.com
In his presentation, Rob will explain his approach to making impressive monochrome images that emphasize textures, patterns, shadows or silhouettes. He will illustrate compositions where choosing monochrome instead of colour can lead to more powerful photographs that tell stronger stories and substantially enhance the main subject.