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September 11, 2017 – Sign up, surveys, welcome, introductions, Rick Hulbert 20 min presentation (webpage), social time, mem
Street Photography Presentations by Clive Lunn and Judy Robb During our February 22, 2016 meeting, members were entertained and informed on the subject of Street Photography. Clive shared his personal perspective on what is Street Photography. Clive has generously provided his presentation here for you to enjoy —Street Photography Clive Lunn. In his presentation, youRead More
At our September 28, 2015 meeting, Brenda MacDougall displayed video tutorials to explain the Exposure Triangle. Then it was time for our first Hands-on Session. Club members including several new members and guests brought their cameras, tripods, lights and props to create images using their camera’s manual settings. Several stations were available and members wereRead More
On our first meeting of the year, held on September 14, 2015, we welcomed returning members and saw our club grow with the registration of several new members. The year’s schedule and the mentor program was introduced. Club Executive members can be identified by their Blue name badges and Mentors have an Orange mentor labelRead More
Our May 11 and May 25 meetings focused on the Challenges: Faceless Portraits and Restaurant Food. On May 11, members submitted up to 6 images for the enjoyment of the club and it was very clear that creativity and imagination were used in the interpretation of these challenges, in particular for Faceless Portraits. For example,Read More
At the April 27th meeting, six volunteer members mentored us through hands-on practice, presentations and demonstrations. Here is just a brief look at the knowledge and experience they shared. Portrait and Still Life Grant and Marlene brought their lights and volunteered their expertise and modelling abilities to facilitate the development of our portrait techniques. Here’sRead More
During our April 13, 2015 meeting, Gaetan Royer and Tracy Riddell gave a Pecha Kucha style (20 slides/20 seconds per slide) presentation on the Hands that Shape the Community Project. The development of the project from idea to exhibition and the collaboration between Inlet Artists and photographers were captured in images. The question and answerRead More