If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at portrait photography but thought the equipment was too complex and expensive – this evening is for you. Wyanne is a graphic designer and artist who has incorporated her own portrait photography into her work. She will talk about essential equipment, and what kind of cost you can expect.
There will also be an opportunity to practice portrait photography later in the evening so bring your cameras as well as flashes, tripods, reflectors and any other equipment you’d like to try. We’ll work with each other as models and with a little bit of luck will have some outside models there as well. Come and let’s have some fun!
What’s the story in your image? Shuswap Photo Arts Club invites you to hear Salmon Arm based photographer Viktoria Haack as she shares how she creates story and drama in her photos. Whether you shoot landscape, portrait, wedding, event, editorial or stock Viktoria will have tips for you. Check out her visual style at viktoriahaackphotography.ca
SPAC meetings start 7 PM at Fifth Avenue Senior Centre, Salmon Arm. Admission by donation. Make the trip. Collect a car load and grab some photo ops on the way.
We all have pictures in our mind about what signifies romance. Question is – do you have a photo of it?
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New York City: 2010, the United Nations held their annual international conference where consultation on the Status of Women was the focus. 8,000 amazing women attended from every corner of the world. KPAC member, Valerie Rampone was one of them. She had her camera with her and took full photographic advantage of being among the fabulous feminine faces. Tonight she will share some of the images in which she captured the essence of people, place and purpose and will talk about finding backgrounds and light as events are unfolding about you if you happen to be the photographer.
Come help us celebrate International Women’s Day!
Adad Hannah: Artist Tour (5:30) and Reception (6:30) for Glints and Reflections – Friday, January 18, 2019 at the Kamloops Art Gallery 101 – 465 Victoria Street, Kamloops.
This exhibit brings together key works made by Vancouver/Montreal artist Adad Hannah. The focus is on Hannah’s enduring interest in the photographic image combined with video, installation and performance to generate a still image. His work is often based on celebrated paintings and sculptures and is reminiscent of the chronophotography of artist Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904).
For a different perspective on making a photograph take in the Artist’s Tour and check this exhibit out. Exhibit runs Jan. 18 – Mar. 23/19. Gallery hours are Mon – Sat 10 AM – 5 PM, Wed – 8 PM, Admission free on Thurs – 8 PM sponsored by BCLC. Kag.bc.ca