We invite all Photo Section members to our November 2020 meeting with landscape and travel photographer Gary Crabbe of Enlightened Images. Please continue reading if you’re interested. Meeting date and time are at the end of this invitation.
The end of Daylight Saving Time means not only shorter days and the need to adjust your camera’s time. 😉 On the plus side, sunset and the beautiful “Blue Hour” before dawn and after sunrise are within easy reach now. You can make twilight photos and still be home in time for dinner. Let’s take advantage of it!
The theme for our October 2020 Photo Quest was “Spooky” and in the gallery below are the submissions from our members.
We invite all Photo Section members to our October 2020 meeting with local surf photographer and writer Mark Johnson of Ironstring Photography. Please continue reading if you’re interested. Meeting date and time are at the end of this invitation.
The theme for our October 2020 photo quest is “Spooky“. Just like in September, there will be no example photo and no hints on how to potentially interpret the theme – we do not want to prime or influence anyone’s creative mind and vision but… come on, “spooky?” How hard can it be to come up with a photo for that theme, in October?! 😅 We’re expecting lots of submissions, people!
The theme for our September 2020 Photo Quest was “Glass” and in this gallery you can see our member’s submissions and how they interpreted the theme. Thanks to everyone who took part in this month’s quest!
We invite all members of the Photo Section to join our September 2020 online meeting, featuring British landscape photographer, instructor and book author David Ward, with his presentation “Overlooked”. Please note that this meeting starts at 10 AM to accommodate our presenter, who is in a different time zone. Continue reading if you’re interested. Meeting date and time are at the end of the invitation.
The theme for our September 2020 photo quest is “Glass“. Unlike previous quests, we’re skipping the example photo and any hints on how to potentially interpret the theme – we do not want to prime or influence anyone’s creative mind and vision. Think about “glass”, and how to represent it, photographically, creatively, artistically, with the camera – and then go out and make photos!