November 23 – Online Presentation

Visual Rhythm: Lines & Curves by Richard Martin

This event, hosted by Victoria Camera Club, will be held on November 23, 2020 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.


The Visual Language of Line

This presentation will examine the visual language of lines from straight to the sensuous qualities of curved lines. The shape of a line and its orientation or direction within the photo evokes certain emotional responses among viewers. We will explore the impact that length, position and direction can have on the expressive possibilities established in the final image.

Registration is required via the link in the email sent to all COPS members.

November 18 – Peter Eastway Presentation

The Whitehorse Photo Club would like to invite everyone to our next presentation which will take place on November 18, 2020 at 7:00pm local time (6:00pmPST).  We will have 50-60 spots open to members of other clubs.     

The presentation will feature Peter Eastway. Peter will be joining us all the way from Australia via Zoom. Peter will be covering post production, and also take some photos from his book, The New Tradition, and explain how he got to it. 

You can check out Peter’s website at    

To register for this presentation, see the email sent to all COPS members. There will be a $10 charge for the presentation.

August 20 – Online Workshop

Key to Better Photos by Blake Rudis

COPS has engaged famed photographer, author, lecturer & teacher, Blake Rudis, to conduct a workshop for us. You are invited to participate via Zoom at no charge. Blake has an engaging teaching style & we are sure you will appreciate his approach to photography. 

For further details and webinar registration, see:

Time: 5 to 7 PM

October 26 – Field Trip – Gatzke Orchards

Photograph Fall Colours – Led by Carly Slater

Exclusive access for our group to wander around the grounds, orchards, and outbuildings of this local gem! Be prepared to experience about a billion opportunities for photographic capture.

Note – Both members and non-members (or soon to be new club members as I like to think of you) are welcome to attend. Please feel free to share this event, spread the word, and bring a photo buddy along. 🙂

Colour is really starting to change in the orchards, so this should be a wonderful opportunity to capture it in it’s glory.

Please note to dress for the weather, we will only cancel/postpone the event if the weather is really wet and ugly. This includes bringing whatever you need to ensure your equipment stays safe and dry as well as your person.

There will be opportunities to capture everything from landscapes, macros, to still life and maybe even some animals on this tour. There are chickens on site last time I looked, and loads of old farm tractors, farming implements, and neat old rustic buildings, structures, vines and lots of fruit trees. This orchard is also just above the isthmus between Wood and Kal lake, so if you want to capture anything on the lake you are only steps away.

Depending on what you want to capture, I would suggest to bring: (if you have these items available to you): camera, tripod, a range of lenses to capture different focal lengths of subject matter, any filters you may want to bring like a polarizer to enhance colours, and as always a good attitude!

I believe we will have a washroom facility accessible to us, but please note the market is closed for the season.

All Mr. Gatzke has requested in return for our access is that we share any awesome images we capture with him. If you snag a really good one, and don’t mind sharing it, please email him at

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January 8 – Creative Images by Linda Miller

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 meeting and submit the digital copies of your prints and your digital images by midnight.

  • Monthly Challenge: Water Based Shots in Monochrome or Black and White
  • CAPA Challenge: Monochrome

Field Trip June 24th – Rock Creek Rodeo

Sunday 24th June

Admission $20.00

Meet at Eco Centre 9:00 a.m.

Rodeo starts at 1:00 and will most likely finish between 4:00 and 4:30.

Drive is about 1 hour 45 minutes so we will also have the time to stop and shoot any interesting sights on the journey.

Please sign up on the COPS Members Facebook page if you plan to attend.

If you are willing to drive please indicate, as we will be car pooling.