Programs 2017 – 18

April 13, 2016 – 7pm to 8:30pm “Protect and Defend Your Rights as an Artist” – James DeMartino, Attorney At Law

James will delve into not only the Copyright Law and protecting your intellectual property, but also your rights as a photographer in what you can and cannot shoot and under what circumstances.

April 16, 2016 – 12:00pm – 3pm “Great Color from Capture to Print” – Joe Brady

Coastal Camera Club is hosting this “day-before-the Bash” workshop with printing guru Joe Brady, at the Atlantic Sands Hotel, Osprey Room, One Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach DE. Joe is a member of Sony’s Artisans of Imaging program and is recognized as an X-Rite Colorattipro. He will take attendees through step-by-step techniques and review equipment that will make getting great prints fast, easy and repeatable. Travel to Rehoboth Beach a day early to attend this workshop. Rooms are available at the Atlantic Sands at a reduced rate. The cost of the workshop is $59. Register by sending a check made out to the Coastal Camera Club at P.O. Box 458, Nassau, DE 19969. You can also pay by cash or check at the door.

April 17, 2016 – 8:00am -6:00pm Photo Beach Bash – All Day Photography Seminar $25 March 1-31 Early Bird Special $35 As of April 1st

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December 9, 2015 – 7pm to 8:30pm “Discover Yourself Through Photography” – Arthur Ransome

A relative latecomer to fine art black and white photography, Arthur is self taught. He has no romantic stories about being given his first camera when a barely walking child, or about the magical moment experienced when witnessing that first print appearing in the development bath.

Arthur's work has been featured in B&W Magazine, Silvershotz Magazine, and the PSA Journal; and has been included in several group exhibitions around the United States.

February 10, 2016 – 7pm to 8:30pm “Night Photography” – Don Rosenberger

I first picked up a camera in my teenage years, shooting mostly black and white film and doing my own darkroom work. My interests shifted to color film in my early twenties, then I did the unexpected, I quit photography. With the advent of Digital Photography I started shooting again with a passion that had been missing in earlier years. Today I am drawn to a variety of work, but I consider landscape photography to be the core of my interests. Being outside and often in remote locations gives me an appreciation for our natural world. It is my hope that my images bring others to that same level of appreciation.

January 13, 2016 – 7pm to 8:30pm Mentoring – TBD

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March 1, 2016 – 7:00pm to 10:00pm A Digital Evening with Tim Grey “My Lightroom Workflow” at the Atlantic Sands Hotel & Conference Center

When it comes to a workflow for organizing, optimizing, and sharing your photos, it is important to take a consistent approach. It is also important that your workflow be designed based on your specific needs as a photographer. In this presentation Tim will provide you with an overview of his complete workflow, with advice on how to define an ideal workflow for yourself. You'll learn tips for defining your organizational structure, see how Tim approaches the process of optimizing his photos, and get insights on how you might want to share your photos with others.

This event is free to the public, but registration is required. Click the link below to register:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tim-greys-digital-evening-sponsored-by-the-coastal-camera-club-tickets-21686192987?aff=eac2

March 9, 2016 – 7pm to 8:30pm “Wildflower Photography” – Albert Horner

Albert Horner is a fine art landscape photographer with special emphasis on the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Alber is a self-taught photographer who started photographing the "Pine Barrens" in his early 30's, and says "my greatest dream is to capture the beauty of the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve and, then, have those images help preserve it".

November 11, 2015 – 7pm to 8:30pm “Exploring Composition Basics” – Karen Messick

Photography has always been a part of karen's life. Karen enjoy's being behind the viewfinder where every other thought in the world disappears, trying to capture the most beautiful images possible. Her articles and images have been published in Nature Photographer Magazine, iPhoneLife Magazine, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Calendar and in the Maryland Wine Association News. She has had images displayed in the Rehoboth Art League, and the Seaford Historical Museum; in support of the Smithsonian Museume's traveling show "Fences". Currently she has images on display at Baas Art Gallery in Seattle WA. Karen teaches privately, as well as conducts field workshops. She is an instructor at Johns Hopkins University in the Odyssey Program. She leads workshops and lectures for Captial Photography enter in Washington DC. She has lectured at the Mid-Atlantic Photography Expo on Impressionism in Seeing Creative Compositions and Color Theory.

October 14, 2015 – 7pm to 8:30pm “Mentoring – Uploading and Organizing Your Photos” – John Hoyt

The October Program will be devoted to an full mentoring session on how to upload pictures from your camera, how to organize them, and how to safely store them.

September 9, 2015 – 7pm to 8:30pm “lessons from a Lifelong Journey Through Photography” – Connie Imboden

Connie Imboden is best known for her work photographing the nude in reflections in water and mirrors. Her photographs are in the permanent collections of many museums including The Museum of Modern Art in New York and The Baltimore Museum of Art. Throughout the years, Imboden has shown her photographs in an extensive range of group and solo shows at galleries and museums within the United States, South America, Europe, and most recently China. Her most recent book, “Reflections, 25 Years of Photography”, features photos from 1983 to 2009 charting Imboden’s artistic journey and offering new insights into her work and vision. She teaches photography at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where her experience as a photographer began, as well as many workshops around the world.