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Join Sherry Butts and Andrew McLachlan at The Ohio State Reformatory on Saturday, April 13, 2019 for an exclusive photographic workshop from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Originally built in 1834 the reformatory’s hauntingly beautiful architecture housed many famous and infamous criminals. It is also the same location where the Morgan Freeman movie “The Shawshank Redemption” was filmed.

At the Ohio State Reformatory doors open to the public at 11:00 a.m., however, this exclusive workshop opportunity will allow early access at 7:00 a.m. That equates to 4 full hours of exploring the prison by ourselves prior to the doors opening to the public. What a fantastic opportunity to explore creative perspectives! We have also arranged the use of tripods inside the prison at no additional fee. After the workshop concludes you are welcome to remain on site until closing time at 4:00 p.m.

Maximum number of participants is 16

The workshop group will be provided with a complimentary dinner at a nearby restaurant after the Ohio State Reformatory closes.

What’s Included:

• Entrance fee to Ohio State Reformatory

• Photographic instruction

• On site LCD image review

• Complimentary dinner at nearby restaurant on April 13, 2019

What’s Not Inlcuded:

• Transportation to and from Ohio State Reformatory

• Overnight accommodation for out of town participants

• Breakfast and lunch

• Alcoholic beverages during complimentary dinner

Workshop Fee:

$275.00 CDN plus taxes is due now to register for this unique and exclusive workshop opportunity.

Payment can be made via email transfer or by cheque made payable to Andrew McLachlan. Participants must return a signed Waiver of Liability Form prior to the workshop date. The Waiver of Liability Form will be provided to you at time of registration.

To reserve your spot for the Ohio State Reformatory Photographic Workshop please contact me by clicking here.

Cancellation Policy:

61 days prior to workshop full refund less a $25 administration fee

60 days prior to workshop No Refund.

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Royal Bank Plaza, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Royal Bank Plaza, Toronto, Ontario

On the morning of January 17th I decided to drive into the heart of downtown Toronto for some architectural photography. My chosen destination was to be in close proximity to the CN Tower and some of the impressive skyscrapers with their mirrored windows, as well as a visit to the Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge over the Humber River. Although I was out of my comfort zone of woodlands and wetlands it was a most productive day however, the clear skies were quickly becoming over-cast due to inclement weather that was on the way. I worked quickly to capture a selection of imagery before the weather conditions worsened and to make a bee-line for my rural home north of the city, prior to the rush hour traffic that typically brings the traffic to a stand-still. Here is a small selection of the architectural photographs that I created during that day.

Please do remember to click on each of the images to view the larger sharper version.

Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Cokin Blue+Yellow Polarizer used for creative effect)

Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge, Toronto, Ontario
(Cokin Blue+Yellow Polarizing filter used for creative effect)

 

CN Tower Reflecting in the Delta Chelsea Hotel as window washers are at work. Toronto, Ontario, Canada

CN Tower Reflecting in the Delta Chelsea Hotel as window washers are at work. Toronto, Ontario

 

Royal Bank Plaza Abstract. Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Royal Bank Plaza Abstract. Toronto, Ontario

 

Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge, Toronto, Ontario

 

The Restored Union Station Plaza Clock. Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Originally from 1927)

The Restored Union Station Plaza Clock Toronto, Ontario, Canada
(Originally from 1927)

 

Abstract of Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge and Condominium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Abstract of Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge and Condominium, Toronto, Ontario

 

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