May 2020 Online Meeting with Sarah Marino

We invite all members of the Photo Section to join our May 2020 online meeting, featuring Sarah Marino of Nature Photo Guides with her presentation Making the Most of Any Light, Even “Bad” Light.

We hope for your understanding that our current online meetings are for members only, but you can still join the Photo Section – Zoom invites will be sent to members just a few days ahead of the meeting. Thank you!

Making the Most of Any Light, Even “Bad” Light

One of the first “rules” taught to new nature photographers is “photograph during the golden hour.” While the light right around sunrise and sunset can be beautiful, this advice is stifling because it encourages photographers to see limitations with light instead of opportunities. During this session, Sarah Marino will share some lessons about how you can make the most of ANY light, including making photographs during the middle of the day, in harsh light, in dreary weather, and on completely clear days. Sarah will help you deepen your understanding of natural light, learn to see opportunities at any time of the day, and inspire you to expand your thinking about when photographs of nature can be created.

About Sarah

Sarah Marino
Sarah Marino

Sarah Marino is a full-time nature photographer, photography educator, and writer who splits her time between a home base in rural southwestern Colorado and nomadic traveling in an Airstream trailer. Sarah’s portfolio features a diverse range of subjects including grand landscapes, intimate landscapes, abstract renditions of nature, and creative portraits of plants and trees.  Sarah’s teaching, through in person workshops, ebooks, and video tutorials, focuses on personal expression, seeing opportunities in any landscape, photographing nature’s small scenes, and a slow style of photography focused on exploration and connecting with nature.

Website: https://www.naturephotoguides.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahmarinophoto/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/naturephotoguides

Gallery

Here are some example photos of Sarah’s work, from the presentation:

MemberShare

After the main presentation, we’ll take a short break before we continue with our MemberShare. Here’s a quick reminder of the guidelines and procedure:

  • Send up to five photos via Dropbox file request.
  • Please send only JPEG files, sRGB color space
  • Minimum resolution: 1920 pixels wide or 1080 pixels high (whichever comes first)
  • No maximum resolution but anything larger than 3000 x 2000 is unnecessary
  • Prepare to speak no more than 10-20 seconds on each photo
  • We’re a photo club – please share only your original photographs with us (no CGI, digital art, etc.)
  • Deadline for MemberShare submissions: Friday, May 15th 2020, 6pm
  • Nameplates: feel free to include a portrait format (vertical!) headshot with your photos

To submit your images, simply click this button:

SEND YOUR PHOTOS

If you need help or if there’s anything unclear about this procedure, the Dropbox help article on file requests contains everything you need to know.

NOTE: Your photos are only shown during MemberShare and will be deleted afterwards. We do not keep copies. There is no need to watermark your photos. If you feel that you must add a logo or other overlay, please keep it small and unobtrusive.

Also, please do not wait until the very last minute to submit the photos you want to share. We need time to prepare the image presentation. When the MemberShare is especially popular, we may have to reduce the amount of images from each member. If that happens we will announce it before MemberShare begins, and hope for your understanding.

Meeting Date & Time

  • Zoom Online Video Meeting (for members only)
  • More information about our online meetings is here: Online Meetings
  • If you never used Zoom before, you can download the client software here.
  • Members will receive a link to join the meeting via email
  • Date: Saturday, May 16th, 2020
  • 1.30 PM opening of meeting (please join early if you never used Zoom before!)
  • 2 PM start of meeting & main presentation

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