January 9th is image evaluation night. Come out and learn from the judges’ feedback for the submitted images.
January 2nd is the first meeting of 2018! Only a few flurries are expected tomorrow, so beat the cabin fever by coming out to hear about fellow members’ photography Tips and Tricks.
January 2nd is also the deadline for submissions for this month’s evaluation, so bring your prints to the meeting and submit you digital images by midnight. The monthly challenge is “Photo Noir”.
Tonight’s Christmas meeting has been cancelled due to bad weather! Happy Holidays to everyone and see you in 2018!
We will have 2 presentations December 5th:
- Travel Photography by Stephanie Dea.
- Composition (Part 1) by Marty Marchyshyn
Reminder that December 5th is the image submission deadline. The monthly challenge is “Capturing Movement”. Submit your prints at the meeting. Digital submissions are due by midnight.
There will be NO regular meeting at the ECCO Center Tuesday November 28th as we will be attending the “Tall Tales, Long Lenses Wildlife and Nature Photography” presentation by John E. Marriott as a club outing. The presentation takes place at The Innovation Center at 460 Doyle Avenue . Doors open at 6:30 PM and the presentation starts at 7 PM. Be there early to get a good seat. See https://wildernessprints.com/pages/book-signings-events for further details.
Attend the image review and learn how to improve your photos pre and post processing.
The Image Submissions Cheat Sheet from the Facebook Members page has been updated and posted on the website Submissions menu. Please be sure to check out the update.
The other documents on the Submissions menu have been updated since September to correct errors and omissions. If you printed or looked at them previously, you should check these documents again to be sure you are familiar with the latest procedures.
Come and see the submitted photos and learn from the judges’ comments.
There will be no meeting October 31st so that members will have the opportunity to observe and photograph their favourite spooks.