Category Archives: workshops
Main Topic – Workshop – “You be the Judge!“ Here’s your chance to see how judges evaluate photographic images. A fun, participative learning experience. Introduction to Next Month’s Theme COPS Monthly Challenge: Monochrome Landscape
Lynda Miller will lead us in applying some of the learning from the previous presentation on abstract art to the world of photography. This will be both a presentation and a hands-on workshop. Be sure to bring your cameras, tripods, … 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 PMLocation: EECO Centre located at 2363A Springfield Road, Kelowna, BC, V1X 7N7 … Continue reading
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 PMLocation – … Continue reading
Bill Locke will demonstrate basic image editing in Lightroom. Members who wish to do hands-on can bring their laptops. Otherwise members can watch and learn as Lightroom editing will be projected on the screen.
Bring your camera, a tripod, your close-up/macro lens, extension tubes if you have any, remote shutter release, ring flash or regular flash. We will practice macro shots since the weather is not looking good for making frozen bubbles to shoot. … Continue reading
Bring your camera(s) and manual(s) for the hands-on practice session on getting to know your camera. There is always something new to learn as you compare notes with your fellow photographers who carry the same brand of camera. We will … Continue reading
We will review the Rainex pictures from last week and then practice light painting. Bring your cameras and tripods for the light painting session. Reminder that March 6 is the deadline for image submissions. The monthly challenge is “Antique / … Continue reading
We will practice making shots with Rainex, water, and plexiglass. Bring your camera, tripod and a lens for close-up shots. (Macro lens if you have one).