Category Archives: Announcements
This website is being updated for the 2019 – 2020 season and information may change over the coming weeks.
Have a great summer everyone! Meetings will commence again in September. Some suggestions for your photography over the summer: Check ou the CAPA Canada competition page to see what competitions are coming up in the fall. Flowers are out, so … Continue reading
We will have a hands-on workshop of smoke photography. Bring a camera, lenses, tripod (macros, telephoto or wide angle). Everything else will be supplied. Time: 7 – 9 PM Location: EECO Centre located at 2363A Springfield Road, Kelowna, BC, V1X … Continue reading
See a show of the winning images from CAPA and learn from seeing the best CAPA images. Time – 7 to 9 PMLocation – EECO Centre located at 2363A Springfield Road, Kelowna, BC, V1X 7N7
Lynda Miller will do an introductory Photoshop workshop. Members who wish to do hands-on can bring their laptops, otherwise, members can watch and learn as Photoshop editing will be projected on the screen. Time – 7 to 9 PM Location … Continue reading
For the first meeting of 2019, Linda Miller, Zone Director for the CAPA Pacific Zone will give us some insight into shooting and processing creative images. Don’t forget – this is image submission night. Bring your print submissions to the … Continue reading
Come and learn from feedback about submitted images. Time: 7 PM until done ( around 9PM). Location: EECO Centre located at 2363A Springfield Road, Kelowna, BC, V1X 7N7
Go Out and Shoot light trails of cars at the overpass at Parkinson Recreation Centre. Dress warm. For those not familiar with this type of shooting, information regarding camera settings will be provided and we can buddy up. Equipment needed … Continue reading
There will be no regular meeting October 30th. The COPS executive will meet to fine tune plans for the upcoming meetings. Members are welcome to come and observe the executive meeting, which will take place at the EECO Centre.
André Cabuche will review selected photos from the colour diet assignment to give us practical examples of last year’s presentation, “A Colour ‘Diet’ for Creating Better Photographs”.