We meet on the first and third Wednesday of the month, 7:30pm-9:30pm, from September to June.
Throughout the year our meetings include special guest speakers and interesting presentations from our own members. We participate in monthly photo challenges & review our work collectively in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Our meetings also provide opportunities to share camera knowledge, discuss a wide range of photographic topics, and socialize.
We also seek opportunities for local photo shoots, exhibitions, field trips, and connect with other camera clubs.
Finally, we look for ways to use our photographic talent to support various community causes.
All levels of skill are represented ... from beginner to expert.
Unless noted otherwise, all club meetings are held from 7:30pm-9:30pm at St. Lawrence College, Room 207.
The room comes with a presentation system that includes a computer with MS Office, internet access, a large screen, and sound. Parking is FREE at the college in the evenings. Directions: St. Lawrence College is located at 2288 Parkdale Avenue (north side of Parkdale).
September 5, 2018
Presenter Ben Wilkins: Waterfalls of New Brunswick, intro to ND filters
Review of summer assignments :Fire works and environmental portraits.
September 19, 2018
Presenter Andree Thorpe,
She will be presenting on Antarctica, and an ongoing project "Farmers by choice"
Light painting in the Brockville Cemetery
October 14, Multiclub Outing
The annual multiclub outing, in Rockport & Gananoque (hosted by Brockville) Pictures must be taken between 7 am and 5 pm. Photo locations map and lunch venue will be emailed when available.
Macro photography, focus stacking by J.P.
Saturday October 20
Club Bus trip to Prince Edward County (wine country)
Special interest groups
Victoria Boyd is back by popular demand
Raw vs JPEG, Polarizing filters
Christmas dessert social
January 16, 2019
Slideshow software review
Macro photography workshop
What's in your bag
Correcting "HIGH NOON FACE"
By Don Galna
Juried show gallery vernissage
on contemplative photography
Favorites of the past year (slideshow presentation)