Photography is her passion; nature her inspiration. Unlocking the story showing respect for the landscape is Jaclyn Tanemura’s mission. Monday April 23, 2018 7PM at the Fifth Avenue Senior Centre, Salmon Arm Jaclyn will share her images and comments. The Shuswap Photo Arts Club cordially invite you to join them for this visual feast. Admission is by Donation. Jaclyn Tanemura Poster
Bicycles have changed quite drastically and are used quite differently today than they did 100 years ago. See what catches your fancy and share it with us!
Kimberley is the venue for the April 28th CAPA Judging Course. The course that teaches how to analyze and score images be they your own or another’s is fast becoming an international standard with recent courses being presented in China. Pacific Zone CAPA Director Lynda Miller suggests “Why not go out there for the course and finish with a lovely Spring weekend finding some awesome shots. You will be meeting lots of club members from out there who know this territory very well and are super friendly.”
Registration is through the CAPA website https://capacanada.ca/judging-courses/. Check out the website while there and award winning images. You may find some of KPAC Norm Dougan who garnered a Silver Medal in the recent Individual-Black & White Competition. CAPA Judging Course Poster Kimberley BC (2)
Hey! Here’s the perfect excuse to gather a carload of your friends and/or family and take a daytrip to the Cariboo. The Bridge Lake Photo Group’s annual Open House happens Sunday April 29th at the Interlakes Community Complex Hwy#24 and Roe Lake. This Cariboo group of photographers display excellent prints and share short slide shows created by members. Admission is free and generous snacks provided. Doors open at 1 pm. AV Slideshows begin about 2 pm and the afternoon finishes about 4:30. Hope to see you there.
The Hi5 Diner just north of Hwy#24 on Hwy#5 is a favourite spot to stop on the way home to Kamloops.
Derek Simpkins is an accomplished photographer from Vancouver. His interest in serious photography began when he opened his Gallery of Tribal Art on Granville Street. Using his camera to capture the work of many well known aboriginal artists, he eventually saw his camera as an artistic tool for his own creative desires.
Derek furthered his photographic skills by completing a National Geographic Workshop in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He acknowledges that “having your images critiqued for seven days by three internationally recognized photographers and twenty classmates is an intense learning experience!” Since that time, Derek’s photography has evolved into his love for street subjects, human and animal portraits, and natural landscapes. His images have been exhibited @ Omega Gallery and @ Nature Vancouver.
Derek will bring his brand of street photography to share this evening along with the stories to go with them. Come and enjoy!