The Delta Photo Club's big annual event is right around the corner.
Delta Photo Inspirations, with a juried photo exhibit, seminars and trade show, takes place over two days next week in Tsawwassen.
This year's keynote speaker will be Christopher Morris, who will be sharing photos he shot as an official photographer for the Vancouver and London Olympics, says event co-chair Rhoda Brooks.
"I think that will have a broad range of appeal to people. He's a great communicator.
"I've heard him before. We're excited to have him as keynote," she says.
Presenters will cover a range of topics in seminars ranging from nature photography, beginner and intermediate Lightroom, a program Brooks says could dynamically change a photographer's workflow, as well as a talk on the business side of the craft.
"The great thing about DPI is it's really great for people who are from the budding enthusiast all the way up to those who either have started their own businesses or thinking about starting their own businesses. There's really something for everyone."
This is the third year the local photography club has presented the event.
The first portion takes place Friday evening and consists of the juried exhibit where prints will be on display, awards will be handed out and a dessert reception will be held. That part is free and open to everyone.
A $60 package on the second day allows attendees to go to two seminars, the trade show, the keynote presentation and have lunch.
Delta Photo Inspirations takes place Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27 at the Tsawwassen Alliance Church, 4951-12th Ave.
Check out www.deltaphotoinspirations.com for information, including a full schedule.
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