Introducing my good friend, Deborah Sandidge
Deborah Sandidge is a professional photographer who enjoys sharing her insight and creative ideas through workshops, seminars and writing.
She is the author of Digital Infrared Photography, published by Wiley. As an instructor at BetterPhoto.com, Deborah teaches Enhancing Images and Creating Works of Art, Digital Infrared Photography,
and Long Exposure Creativity
Deborah offers a wide variety of creative and technical skills in her workshops, classes, and seminars, making time spent with her educational and fun for all skill levels. She shares many
innovative tips and techniques to inspire the photographer to create unique imagery through enhanced photography skills, and artistic image optimization.
Deborah’s style of creating dramatic story-telling imagery reflects in her travels, and interaction with the people she meets. She has had the opportunity to photograph interesting people,
unique architecture, and
experience fascinating cultures in many countries throughout out the world.
Deborah loves to blend travel and teaching, offering her expertise and insight to others through photography tours and workshops. She enjoys creative work in the digital darkroom, and considers
Photoshop her artist’s palette.
Deborah is a guest author for Nik Software, Topaz Labs, Naturescapes, and collaborated with Nikon Learn & Explore site for star and star trail photography. Deborah’s images have been used by
Nikon for trade
shows, brochures, product guides, and for the past three years, the Nikon World Calendar. She is a North American Brigade Team member for f-Stop Gear, and is partnered with Feisol Tripods. Deborah’s
photography is represented by Danita Delimont, Alamy, Novastock, Positive Images and Aurora.
Deb Specializes in...
Travel Photography: My passion is being able to respond to various shooting environments to create unique and compelling images. I strive to capture a depth of feeling about a location through
street photography, people photography, landscapes, cityscapes, and at the same time, inspire students and fellow photographers to do the same.
Long Exposure and Night Photography: After the sun goes down, many photographers pack up their gear and leave. However, I feel landscapes, cityscapes, and nightscapes often look the most dramatic and
beautiful during twilight and night. I like being able to control and balance light through using ND filters during the brightness of day. This creates an opportunity for unique imagery that conveys
the passage of time by blurring clouds and water. I enjoy sharing with photographers the tips and techniques for setting camera's for optimal depth of field, shutter speed, and white balance in order
to capture the beauty of nightscapes.
Creative Capture and Image Post Processing: My goal is create unique story-telling imagery through techniques in-camera, and through post processing, and assist students to recognize not only
the technical aspects of making a great picture, but the importance of the artistic component, the soul of a picture as well. My expertise also includes HDR (High Dynamic Range Imagery) and also
Friday, August 9, 2013 –
Field Photo Shoot from 7:30am till 10:30am
All attendees will receive directions to our shoot location and further details closer to the event.
We will be headed out for a morning HDR shoot on Friday morning.
Join Kevin and Deborah on this one day
only workshop in Toronto.
Deborah will help you capture the entire dynamic range of the scenes. She will also help you with composition and stand shoulder to shoulder helping you
You will have the chance to shoot HDR shots, cityscape photos, or work with a model as she poses at various locations in Toronto.
To learn more about Deb, please visit her website,
Friday, August 9, 2013 –
In the Digital Darkroom from 11:30am till 2:30am
In the afternoon, the learning does not stop there. We will head back to the classroom at a local hotel and Deborah and Kevin will walk you through
editing your photos we took on the workshop.
What to bring on Friday: a laptop for editing or notepad for taking notes during the editing session. In the morning bring your camera, tripod, flashes,
gels, lenses, reflectors, and appropriate clothing.
To pay by check please make check payable to KPep Photography and mail to:
100 Barrie Street,
Once we receive your payment by mail and your check has cleared we will send you back a receipt and ticket. Please bring that receipt and ticket to gain entrance into that event.
For PayPal payments you will receive a receipt immediately upon accepted payment. Please bring that receipt with you to gain entrance to the workshop.
If this event is sold out please
to go on our waiting
For cancellations prior to 14 days before the event you will receive a full refund less $5 handling charge. For any cancellations less than 30 days or mor ethan 14
days prior to the event we will retain 50% of the fee. Any cancellations less than 14 days prior to the event there is no refund offered.
The fee for this workshop is $129 plus HST and we are limiting the attendees to maximum of 20 for this one day only workshop.