Photo Workshops, Talks & Exhibitions 2021

Please note: In the past I had no cancellation policy, unfortunately I am getting more cancellations at the last minute so in 2022, cancelling 14 days or less  prior to the workshop will result in no refund

What People are Saying

Rob Stimpson loves to teach. As wonderful he is at photography, he excells at sharing that knowledge. It never really matters where you are in your photo level, he will ensure that you come away with something new after his workshop. Do yourself a favour, sign up for one. You won’t be sorry!  L. Ryerson


1 day Workshops 2022

My format   – What will I learn is the most asked question? First – we will look at “seeing” photographically, the ability to recognize a comp

and how to capture it. And all those f-stops and shutter speeds – different combinations create different effects, we will explore those combinations put into practice. We will also look at potential compositions from an artistic perspective rather than just documenting your subjects – how lens selection can change the dynamics of your images. If time permits – we will explore how flash and reflectors can add power to your images. This is also a chance to bounce ideas off others, compare notes and just do some shooting without the day-to-day distractions of life – this day belongs to you.

Custom Workshops

Looking for a workshop that focuses on your needs – don’t like crowds – want individual attention – work in an environment at your pace – then drop me a line. I can provide you with a custom workshop that works for you. I cover all the bases – starting with pre-visualization excercises, to image capture and post processing all from the comfort of my studio on Lake of Bays. We shoot in one of the Canada’s largest provincial parks, Algonquin – 20 minutes from my studio – let me know. Prices upon request


Winter 2022  




Algonquin One-Day Fall Foliage Workshop 2022


Date: Saturday October 1st and 2nd,  8 am – 1 pm 

Cost: $175.00 + HST
Location: Dwight, ON

Saturday and Sunday October 1st and 2nd, my fall photo workshop in the Algonquin area will be at the Lake of Bays Heritage visitor centre.

This amazing place has the iconic Marshes Falls right out front on the Oxtongue River & the trails to explore.

It gives us tons of photo opps to capture the fall colours as well as a place to discuss and review images.


Call 1.705.787-8339 or txt to register



Talks & Exhibi

tions 2020/21

Please note my talks will all be on Zoom unless something happens with regards to the current issues with covid.

Group Exhibition September 17th – 18th

Visit My Gallery

1529 South Portage Rd, Huntsville, ON


Zoom Talks 2021

If you want to book a zoom talk, please email me – [email protected] for pricing and dates available

Please note if you want to listen in to one of my talks, please contact the club directly

A note of thanks for an absolutely awesome presentation with a very strong educational components and showing us the beauty that is all around us. R Pereux

Don Mills CC Thursday January 14th
Landscape Photography

Brant CC Tuesday January 19th, 7:30
Title: Creative Images

Beaches Camera Club – Thursday March 4th 
Title: Creative Images

Southampton Art Centre Wed March 24th – 7 pm

The Artist & Photographers Guide to Wild Ontario

Mississauga CC Thursday April 15th
Title: “The Challenges (and Rewards) of Travel Photography”

Southampton Art Centre Wed April 21st – 7 pm

The Landscape – creating Narrative

Woodstock Camera Club Wednesday April 28th; 7 pm
Creative Images: put the wow in your photographs

Beaches Camera Club – Thursday September 9th 
Title: Drone Photography

Toronto Digital CC Tuesday September 28th 7:30 pm
The Landscape, Creating Images that Tell a Story 

“I have to tell you it was one of the best presentations I have seen at the club.   Your images are spectacular but it was your talk and enthusiasm for the subject matter that sealed the deal” LZ London.ON


Algonquin Moose Photo Adventure 2022

Date: June 10th – 12th, 2021
Cost: $850.00 – includes food, accommodation and guides
Location: Voyageur Quest Lodge, South River, ON

To book, please call Voyageur Quest (416) 486-3605 or visit

Paddle Algonquin’s northwest corner is search of Moose. Wake up with the sun, canoe through the mist and enjoy magical mornings photographing Algonquin’s famed wildlife. From landscapes to the majestic moose, the photography is outstanding. There is no shortage of moose – in the 2 workshops in 2014 – 32 moose were spotted.

This trip will appeal to those who want wildlife photography ina totally natural setting. This 2 night adventure (there is an option for a 2nd night in the backcountry) features both camping and lodge accommodation – Group size is limited to 8 photographers.




Photographing Landscapes – Intimate Interpretations

Location: Haliburton School of the Arts & Design – Please note that a limit of 8 participants this year
Date: July 4th – 8th 2021
Cost: $411.75

To book, please call 1-866-353-6464 or 705-457-1680
Please note: A basic understanding of a digital camera utilizing its manual functions is required. A good working knowledge of computer operation is compulsory along with either Photoshop or Lightroom. This course is not for beginners.

The landscapes of Halliburton County are varied and diverse. From vistas overlooking unbroken forest, to the wealth of lakes and rivers, this course will explore photographic techniques utilizing these landscape for inspiration. Good photographs are made, not just taken. They are created. Learn how to create a landscape image, more than just pressing the shutter. Using 3 techniques; pre-visualization, image capture and post processing to recognize an existing composition then to capture it effectively. Instruction will address camera functions, combined functions,and lens selection to capture what you are seeing.We will then use photo imaging software to go to the next level in the creation of the image shot. The differences between and suitability of documenting or interpreting an a photograph will be discussed. Instruction will include assignments, image sharing, and constructive critiques.

Celestial Photo Workshop


This is a 2 day workshop. The Friday night will be the shooting the stars, with Saturday morning, the processing of our images. You will need a sturdy tripod, at least a 24 megapixel camera, with a lens (24 – 70 works or wider lens). Having a lens that opens up to 2.8 is optimum but not necessary. I use Photoshop for processing but Lightroom works also.

Date: Dates to be announced 2 days

Time: 7 pm to 11 pm /  8 am – 12 pm

Cost: 299.00 + HST


The Gales Re-Union

Dates: Sept 22nd – 25th

Cost: TBA

After a 6 year hiatus – I will be leading a photo workshop on the shores of Lake Superior. It will take place at Naturally Superior’s Rock Island Lodge. It is open to all but might have a sentimental feel for those who have participated in the Gales of November workshops over the years. Information on accommodation and cost coming.