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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.
JP Lacasse - Blockhouse Detail
Unless noted otherwise, all club meetings are held from 7:30pm-9:30pm at St. Lawrence College, Room 206.
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 6, 2017
Member presentation - Kirsten Pollock, Horses.
Student Lounge, St. Lawrence College
We will be building and using lightboxes, a lightbox is the ideal tool for product photography. Supplies.and tools to build the boxes will be provided.
Sunday October 1
The annual multiclub outing, IN KINGSTON.
Pictures must be taken between 7am and 5pm. Photo locations map and lunch venue will be emailed when Kingston club confirms.
Guest speaker Philip Sun is coming back to give us another one of his excellent presentations and Douglas Banks will be on hand to clean cameras ($20.00 per sensor).
Club member Ron Bunce will be presenting his trip to Peru and we will be reviewing the September challenge; "Background Blur". Remaining challenge topics for 2017 will be decided.
There will also be quick updates from Outings, Exhibits, and other committees.
GUEST SPEAKER Victoria Boyd of Ordinary Ripple Photography. She will be dealing with the Art of Photography and the preconception of the final image prior to clicking the shutter.
Photo selection for the multiclub submissions
Alex Loshak on histograms, Don Galna on Shutter operation and J.P. Lacasse on exposure modes.
Christmas Potluck in student lounge
January - June 2018
Photograph selection for the Art Centre gallery
Keith Hare: Cropping in various software
Gallery opening at the Brockville Arts Centre.
The opening is open to everyone, 7:00 to 9:00 pm
There will be no meeting at the College this week.
GUEST SPEAKER: Mary Ann Womboldt on portraiture
Follow up on cropping and printing
8 X 10 photo critique
Review of current challenge
Multiclub results (if available)