opportunity to learn how to take a Shot In The Dark…
The first meeting of the exciting 2016/17 club Season is Tuesday 13th, at 7:00 p.m, at EECO Centre, 2363 Springfield Road (at Durnin Road). There is lots of free parking and good public transit nearby.
Topic: If you would like to enter your photographs in any of the monthly evaluation evenings,
tomorrow is a ‘must attend’ meeting. The club’s Evaluations Director, Marty Marchyshyn has put countless hours into revising the photo categories and the evaluation procedure for the new season. He will be presenting this information in detail on Tuesday evening.
This will also be an opportunity to renew or get membership for the upcoming season. You are also encouraged to bring a friend to the meeting. As the club grows it will be able to entertain bigger and better presentations. Membership fees remain the same as last year and are annual.
Tuesday, September 20th. GOAS (Get Out and Shoot).
Everyone will meet at 7:00 p.m. at the Sails Fountain in downtown Kelowna.
Bring your camera and a tripod. This is a special evening where you will have an opportunity to meet other club members and ask any questions you may have about your camera or how to take that next BIG AWARD WINNING photo.
Tuesday, September 27. Summer digital photo exhibition.
The meeting will be back at the EECO Centre and you are encouraged to bring several of the
photos you have taken over the summer. This will be a casual evening and no evaluations
judging will take place. However, if you have a question about how your photo or photos could be improved, you are welcome to ask… there is always someone with the ‘right’ answer.
All photos should be in JPEG (JPG) file format and sized to the standard digital club submission of 1400 x 1050 pixels. Record them on a memory stick and bring them along. This will be a fun evening of participation.
Tuesday, October 4th. Night Photography Presentation.
We will meet at the EECO Centre on Springfield Road at the usual time of 7:00 p.m.
This presentation will be lead by renowned local photographer Caillum Smith. This is your