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Speaker: Denise Silva November 13, 2019 Bio Denise has been recognized one of the Top 200 Women Photographers Who Inspire by Nature Photo Guides and has had multiple articles published in Extraordinary Vision (EV) Magazine, and is a featured artist in Breakthrough Photography’s Guide to Night Sky Photography. Topic Composition Have you ever noticed that some images just demand your attention? That’s because those photographers have used well-founded elements of design and composition to enhance their work. Strong compositions make for appealing imagery… This presentation…Find out more »
Speaker: Chuck Kimmerle The realization that photography is about much more than a photograph was the single most important revelation in my career. It freed me to discover meaning and connection wherever I looked, not just those areas which were popular, grand, and extreme. Since 2010, I have worked full-time as a landscape photographer My landscape work centers primarily around the intersections of where man and nature meet. I find that these areas, which now seem to be the norm…Find out more »
Note that this meeting has been rescheduled from Janaury 8 to January 15. Speaker: Kristi Odom Bio An internationally acclaimed photographer and sought-after motivational speaker, Kristi, currently a Nikon Ambassador, travels the world shooting, teaching and sharing her insights. From destination weddings in Thailand to conservation projects in the jungles of Borneo, she's always on the move, always ready to connect with others. She has received a Master's accreditation from WPPI (Wedding and Portrait Photographers International) and…Find out more »
Speakers: John Hoyt, Joanne Tramposch, Gene Tadlock, Mardi Thompson Topic Antartica Club members have independently visited Antarctica over the past year on photo excursions. They will discuss their experiences and present recommendations. Guests and Visitors are welcomeFind out more »
Meeting Cancelled David Hobby March 11, 2020 Bio An American photographer and author of the Strobist.com lighting blog, a site which promotes lighting techniques — such as off-camera flash — among photographic enthusiasts, often with an emphasis on the practical knowledge rather than the gear. The blog has an on-line monthly readership of over 300,000 photographers from 175 countries, and was named one of the "25 Best Blogs of 2010" by Time Magazine. Until July 2008, Hobby was a staff photojournalist with The Baltimore Sun. In June 2007, he took…Find out more »
Cancelled out of respect to The Moorings.Find out more »
A 1 1/2 hour webinar presented by Mollie Isaacs. Learn many of Mollie's Lightroom secrets for getting great results quickly and easily. See a variety of Before and After images, and how the changes were made. The fast-paced and entertaining webinar will show you how to take your images from Sad to Spectacular. You will learn a simple, fast and foolproof Lightroom workflow. Find out which tools and sliders are best, and how to use them effectively. AND learn which…Find out more »
Cole Thompson is uniquely unqualified to speak on photography.
“I’ve never taken a photography class or a workshop. I don’t have a degree in art. I’ve never worked as a photographer. I don’t have gallery representation. I’m not a Canon Explorer of Light. I have only three lenses and none of them are primes.
Do I have any qualifications?
Just one…my images. Nothing else matters.”
Why Black and White?
in 75 minutes Cole Thompson will make the case that black and white is the perfect medium for any subject…except for one. Cole will show work from his various portfolios including:
The Ghosts of Auschwitz-Birkenau
Moai, Sitting for Portrait
The Lone Man
Interspersed between the images Cole will share his photographic philosophies, such as:
Never listen to others
Coles Rule of Thirds
Equipment is overrated
Vision is the most important tool in my toolbox
And many others!
At the end of his presentation Cole will answer questions and give away a print of The Angel GabrielFind out more »
What makes a photograph fine art? Plan to attend the virtual program by the Photography as Fine Art Special Interest group. Members will share their work along with tips and techniques they have used while developing their own individual artistic styles. Learn from them and hone your own artistic style!Find out more »
SIG MEETING OPEN TO ALL CCC MEMBERS
7:00pm, JULY 15, 2020
LONG EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY PRESENTED BY
DENISE SILVA - ROAD RUNNER PHOTOGRAPHY
Arranged by George Abbot
This presentation focuses on the techiniques used to capture long exposure images and explores the artistic results of using long exposures to
create unique imagery. We will cover the techniques and gear needed to shoot these types of images during the day, as well as how
to capture images that take advantage of the time of day and available light. Learn how to manipulate clouds, water, and windy conditions
when photographing landscape scenery and use swipes
to capture unique images with a sense of motion