If I Knew Then What I Know Now

Come hear Bryan Ward and three others discussing their successes, failures and tips on photography

Vancouver-based photographer Bryan Ward specializes in high end glamour and advertising for corporations, small business, and individuals.

Bryan has developed a unique talent in recognizing and producing images that truly capture the client’s vision. From photography to photo retouching and design, he can manage your project from start to finish. With over 20 years of professional experience and thousands of photoshoots in a variety of setting, you can rest assured you are in good hands.

While the subject may vary from rock stars to snow-boarders to magazine models, his relaxed yet methodical approach to capturing the spirit of the individual remains the same.

Some of Bryan’s work

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A panel discussion hosted by CAPIC Vancouver Chapter’s President Rick Etkin on what you need to think about to help make your photography business more successful, taking hints from our panel’s great collective experience. Tips from the mistakes and years of real world learning can give you some insight into how the industry works.

Host and Moderator: Rick Etkin

Rick Etkin is a long time Vancouver advertising photographer and current President of CAPIC Vancouver. He has been an advocate for the rights of photographers and promoting best practices in our industry. Rick also teaches Business and Professional Practices at Langara College for their CS photography students.

CAPIC Vancouver President, Advertising Photographer and Educator
Panelists
Dale Roth,
CAPIC Vancouver Board Member, Partner in Roth And Ramberg Photography
Lisa Kaulback,
Producer and principle of Kaulback Production Services, educator
Sandra Leung,
Photographer and educator, Principle of Yaletown Photography
Bryan Ward
Photographer and studio owner of Bryan Ward Photography
Thursday February 25th
7:00 – 9:30 pm
Studio 31
31 East 5th Avenue
Vancouver
Members $10   Non-members $20  Student: free

CAPIC’s mandate is to provide a collective voice and advocate for professional photographers, illustrators and digital artists in Canada. We work hard to maintain industry standards, create a community, fight for copyright protection, and much more. As a professional association, CAPIC’s mission is to promote quality and creativity as well as good business practices.

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