Jay Maisel Seminar Toronto Dec 07

January 13, 2009 ·

Michael Reichmann

Jay Maisel

Photograph by Michael Reichmann – Amazonia, 2007

Saturday & Sunday
December 1 & 2
The Luminous Landscape Gallery & Print Studio
Toronto, Ontario


Jay Maisel is one of the leading photographers of the past half century. He has also taught at many of the top schools in the US, and is recipient of numerous awards for his outstanding photography. His client list reads like aWho’s Whoof American business, and his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the US and abroad.

The Luminous Landscapeis very pleased to be able to bring Jay to Toronto for an exclusive two day seminar onPhotographic Perception,on December 1 and 2, 2007. This weekend is designed for both advanced amateurs as well as professionals.


About the Seminar

The goal of the workshop is to help participants become keenly aware of seeing – specifically, seeing precisely what is in their own images.  That process begins with an open critique of each participant’s ten best images.

You will hone photographic skills, learn intuitive self trust, and the ability to think in terms of light, gesture, and color.  You will also become acutely aware offigure / groundrelationships.

Jay will inform and challenge participants.  He will illustrate his lectures with slide shows of his work.  This is not a lecture class only.  Questioning is encouraged.  No subject is taboo.  Jay’s energy and knowledge of photography make his class a most demanding and rewarding experience.

Bring your 10 best digital files on CD, DVD or memory stick. And come prepared to have a good time.  


The Details

This two day seminar will take place atThe Luminous Landscape Gallery, 270 Carlaw Ave, Toronto. This seminar is limited to just 20 participants, ensuring plenty of opportunity for personal interaction and Q&A with Jay.

The cost of this exclusive seminar is US $549 (our online store is designed to accept $US). This fee includes two catered lunches at the gallery; Saturday and Sunday, as well as refreshments throughout the day.

Sign Up and Pay Online

Out-of-town participants will be directed to one of several good quality yet moderately priced hotels near to downtown (under CDN $150 / night). These hotels are about a $5 – $7 taxi ride from the gallery / studio.


If you are unable to attend after registering and making payment online, a refund of $449 will be possible up to Oct 1, 2007. After that date a refund of that amount may still be possible, but only if your place can be re-filled. If we have to cancel this seminar for any reason, a full refund will be made.


About Jay Maisel

Jay Maisel‘s career spans 54 years. His name has become synonymous with vibrant color photography that uses light and gesture to create countless unforgettable images for advertising, editorial and corporate communications. In addition, his pictures appear in books and art collections. Included among his many awards for excellence are the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame, American Society of Media Photographers’ Photographer of the Year Award and the International Center of Photography’s Infinity Award. A graduate of Cooper Union and Yale University, Jay continues his education by teaching younger photographers at workshops, seminars and lectures around the world.

Michael Reichmann

Michael Reichmann is the founder of the Luminous Landscape. Michael passed away in May 2016. Since its inception in 1999 LuLa has become the world's largest site devoted to the art, craft, and technology of photography. Each month more than one million people from every country on the globe visit LuLa.

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