G.T.A. Photography Classes, Workshops, and Trips is hosted and organized by award winning photographer, Peter Gattt. C.P.C. (Certified Photographic Consultant) from the School of Photography. Peter’s areas of photographic expertise are Camera Basics, Wildlife & Nature Photography, Product Photography, Macro Photography, Portraits, Street Photography and of course Travel Photography. After shooting for 20+ years Peter Gatt has accumulated tons of photographic expertise that he'd love to share with you. Peter has conducted hundreds of workshops all over Ontario for Henry’s School of Imaging, for Alexander Mackenzie High School and the School of Photography. Peter has taught many high profile companies and organizations such as Longo’s, Centre of Forensic Science and for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (C.S.I.S.). This group has one primary objective, to make photography easy to understand and fun. Courses will be taught at different locations to suite the genre of the shoot. Studio workshops may be taught at community centers, library meeting rooms or other studios. So no matter what your level, we are going to help improve your photographic passion through knowledge and build your portfolio
This is an educational and portfolio building group and is open to anyone who is passionate about photography: from beginners, advance amateurs to professional Photographers; this group is designed for you to have fun while building your portfolio. We only have Professional photographers who are eager to share their passion of photography with you, are leaders all of our events.
We offer beginners classes like Photo 101, intermediate workshops such as figure study workshop, photographing birds of Prey in flight, photo trips to Algonquin Park and soon photographic adventures like Costa Rica and more.
So, if you are passionate about photography and would like to build your portfolio while having fun, then this group is for you!
Peter Gatt C.P.C.
1,542 photography students
573 Photo Artists
2,636 Travel/Adventure Enthusiasts