SEE YOU ON JANUARY 10TH, 2018!
Welcome to 2018!
Tonight our own George Wycherley will talk to us about Sports Photography. He was the sports photographer for the Kamloops Daily News for several years. He will share his knowledge – and photos – with us tonight. I know we’ll all walk away with some tips and tricks to help us better capture those elusive athletes.
Alas there is no room for us at Henry Grube Center tonight. The building is being reserved for school business. HOWEVER… That gives us an opportunity for a field trip! We have 2 planned – you can choose which adventure you’re up for.
Bryan Hunt and Dave Snider are headed off to Wells Gray Park to photograph frozen waterfalls. This will be a full day trip. Dress warm and sign up!
We have also arranged a photo shoot at the St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral. This is Ken Gray’s church. It’s located at 360 Nicola at 4th. The shoot will run from 7pm to 9pm. Dress less warm and sign up!
Sign up sheets will be provided on January 10, 2018.
This evening we will choose images to be sent onto CAPA (Canadian Association for Photographic Art) for the Black and White competition. The CAPA deadline is Jan 30.
Scope of Competition: Black and White photography is where the image produced has a single hue rather than recording the colours. This includes all forms of black and white photography which contains tones of grey ranging from pure black to pure white. For this competition, there will be no tinting or toning of the image.
OPEN THEME – image can be: abstract, landscape, low light, macro, nature, portrait, still-life, street, wildlife, etc….
For more information: CAPA Canada – Black and White
ICE: In a glass, on a tree, in a river or as you like it….
Just not in my way!