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February 2020

Coastal Camera Club Program Meeting

February 12, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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 welcome

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March 2020

Meeting Cancelled! Coastal Camera Club Program Meeting

March 11, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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…

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April 2020

Cancelled! Coastal Camera Club Program Meeting

April 8, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cancelled out of respect to The Moorings.

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June 2020

Lightroom Unleashed with Mollie Isaacs

June 1, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Free

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…

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Why Black & White? with Cole Thompson

June 10, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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.”

Presentation Description:

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
Harbinger
Ceiling Lamps
Moai, Sitting for Portrait
The Lone Man
And others

Interspersed between the images Cole will share his photographic philosophies, such as:

Never listen to others
Photographic Celibacy
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 Gabriel

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July 2020

Fine Art Photography Program presented by Fine Art SIG

July 8, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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!

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Long Exposure Photography presented by Denise Silva

July 15, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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

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August 2020

Peek Under the Tent

August 19, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Please join us for Peek Under the Tent. This evening's presentation will provide you with the names of speakers, their presentations and bios, our training schedules, SIG group information, new competition rules and processes, events being held by CCC,including A Day of Photography and the Photo Beach Bash 2021 and more.........

Agenda
Welcome -Maury Kahn
A Season of Photography & Education - Joanne Tramposch
Post Processing Training Classes -Maury Kahn
Competition Process, Rules, Systems, etc - Marta Nammack
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) - John Whitmore
Print Studio - Paul Hammesfahr
A Day of Photography & Inspiration - Deb Payette
Photo Beach Bash 2021 - John Hoyt
Amazon Smile - Mardi Thompson
Q & A
Closing Remarks

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September 2020

Caught in Motion with Steve & Nicole – Gettle Photography (REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

September 9, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Caught in Motion – Photographing Action By: Steve Gettle

Want to learn how to go beyond simply making static portraits of your subjects? Technological advances have now made stop action photography accessible to virtually every photographer. This all new program starts off with using just your camera, natural light, and auto-focus for subjects on the move such as birds in flight and running animals. We will discuss special exposure techniques for action, acquiring initial focus-lock, tracking your subject, optimizing your auto focus, and the creative doors opened by adding a simple infrared trigger system and much more!

About Us
Steve and Nicole lead nature photography tours to exciting destinations around the world. They enjoy sharing their knowledge of the natural world and helping people capture amazing images of our planet. Steve has over 30 years of nature photography experience and has been recognized through numerous awards. These include being a multi-award winner of the BBC’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year and recognized in the prestigious Nature’s Best photography contest. His images are often featured in National Geographic and other nation-wide publications. Nicole has over 15 years of nature photography experience and enjoys discovering and sharing wild connections with others.

Website: https://stevegettle.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/steve.gettle
Steve Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stevegettle Nicole Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicolesudduth

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October 2020

Dragging the Shutter – Bobbi Lane

October 14, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Bio

Bobbi Lane is an award-winning commercial photographer specializing in creative portraits on location and in the studio. Lane's multi-faceted approach to photography incorporates over 35 years of technical experience with innovative artistic interpretation. Her corporate and editorial work includes corporate identity, business websites and annual reports. Bobbi’s honest and fun connection with her clients allows them to feel relaxed and authentic.

Bobbi spent 25 years in Los Angeles shooting everything from Mattel Toys to annual reports to vans and buses in 6000 sq. ft. studios. Primarily known for her insightful portraits, she keeps her product and location skills sharp providing complete services to a variety of clients. She left Los Angeles for Connecticut, just 50 miles outside of New York, and worked with many local and national companies for 10 years. Bobbi returned to her roots in Southeastern Massachusetts in 2011. She and her husband, photographer and retouching master, Lee Varis, bought a house in Carver, MA in 2016. They now are specializing in working with local companies, bringing their many years of experience and expertise to Plymouth County.

As a dedicated photo educator, she brings insight and enthusiasm to her students in workshops held worldwide. Bobbi is known for teaching lighting techniques for portraits, both natural and artificial: studio strobes, speedlights, LEDs, and daylight fluorescent. Bobbi's excellent rapport and communication with her students inspires and motivates, while her straight-forward teaching style reaches students of many different skill levels. Her dynamic workshops are always both educational and fun!

Combining her love of travel, photography and teaching, Bobbi also leads international photo travel workshops. In the past few years, she has been to Cuba, Ethiopia, Myanmar, Turkey, Oman, Venice Carnival, Hong Kong, Iceland and Dubai. These travel tours offer students the opportunity to see in new ways and learn lighting, landscape, people and processing skills to enhance their vision.

Bobbi is the author of two books: “Creative Techniques for Color Photography” and “Advertising Photography: A Straightforward Guide to a Complex Industry”, with Lou Lesko. She currently has three photo educational DVDs: Portrait Lighting Techniques, Portraits Unplugged and Posing and Directing, with more in production now. The Bryan Peterson School of Photography offers two of Bobbi’s classes online, Portraits Unplugged and Posing and Directing. Craftsy offers The Essential Guide to Posing.

Bobbi is a featured speaker at many photo conventions nationally and internationally. Bobbi offers custom mentoring programs for emerging photographers, designed to help business development and improve photography techniques. A strong advocate for business education, she was honored with a Special Recognition Award for Education at APA National’s 25th Anniversary.

Topic: I will be presenting Dragging the Shutter during this evening's webinar. This presentation explores all the various techniques of “Dragging the shutter” or balancing the exposure of strobe and ambient light sources in one photo. For example: taking a
photo of someone outside at night by using a portable flash and also capturing the city lights in the background. There is quite a lot to know about this technique because it involves color balance as well as exposure balance. Bobbi explains
how to determine the proper balance of exposure between the two light sources - flash and ambient - then how to creatively play by shaking or spinning the camera, zooming the lens, panning and more. The flash will light the subject and
freeze any motion, and then moving the camera will blur the ambient light in the background in a variety of ways. Adding gels to the flash can making the color of the light sources correct, or for creating unusual effects. This technique can be used for people at twilight, product shots, flowers outside, etc. It’s a creative and fun way to make your photos more dynamic and effective.

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