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The LUMIX Studio is proud to present one of Canada’s most outstanding macro photographers, Paul Eekhoff .

Paul will talk about how he produces his macro photography with proper lighting and use of software to produce fantastic images.

If you are a macro photographer you will not want to miss this, it will be a very fun and informative session.

 

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Free Master Class lecture at LUMIX STUDIO
When: Saturday, March 19th 10 AM to 12 PM
Where: 5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, ON (use side entrance)

RSVP: events@ca.panasonic.com

 

 

Paul Eekhoff

 

For the past 25 years, Paul has worked with a diverse cross section of clients, both corporate and editorial. He has been kept busy commercially while at the same time he has been nurturing a personal portfolio focused primarily towards the production of still-life and product photography.

 

Recently, Paul has begun to direct his interest towards macro photography, where he showcases the beauty in subjects that most people may shy away from such as insects. This entry into the macro world led him to develop a personal project photographing entomological specimens. The project, entitled Morpho, has now led to commissioned assignments in the United States, gallery commissions, and private commissions to organizations such as the Vancouver General Hospital and Harry Rosen.

 

Paul has worked for a varied client base such as Brita Canada, Canadian Geographic, Canadian Bar Association, Clearly Canadian, McGraw-Hill Publishing, Rogers Media, Scholastic Canada, Superior Court of Ontario, Sony Canada, Olympus Canada, Walmart Canada and University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry among many others. In addition, he has been recognized numerous times for his outstanding work. Paul was the first and only photographer to have portraits hanging in the Law Society of Upper Canada and the first Getty Images photographer to have an image licensed for the cover of the Washington Post Magazine.

 

 

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