I am trying to go back to better habits with blogging, so here I am. If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know that I attended a workshop called The Camp Collective in British Columbia in June. The workshop was a total blast, and I had a great time hanging out with my friends Tara, Frances, Cole, Ali and Jacob. I also met a bunch of new photographers at the workshop, and we all became good friends. This is really the best. Meeting new people at workshops, and making new friends, is my favourite part of attending workshops.
Of course, we also took a lot of photos, like A LOT. We laughed, we cried, we played games, stayed up late, talked… a lot… laughed more, did yoga, ate good food, slept well, learned so much while still having lots of fun. This camp was like a small vacation for me, a camp for adults, or to be exact, a camp for photographers. Plus, we stayed at Bodega Ridge on Galiano Island. British Columbia is beautiful, and Galiano Island did not disappoint. I took the ferry for the first time to go from Vancouver to Galiano Island. This was fun. We also had the best bus driver who took us from the ferry arrival to Bodega Ridge. The drive was unforgettable. I wish I had a pic of the old school bus but I was too busy laughing and singing to take pictures.
Here are some images taken during the camp. There is a mix of lifestyle photos, portraits, challenges, etc. You get the point!
- Camp Collective
- Galiano Island, BC
- Photos edited with the Wolf Pack presets by Tribe Photo Co.
- Location: Bodega Ridge
Do you want to know a little secret? The Camp Collective is coming to the Rockies, and I will be a counsellor at the next camp. Woohoo! So, come play and learn with me. Sign up here, seats are going fast. Hurry up!