Due to another scheduling conflict with the Giant Community Room there will be no meeting this Tuesday night December 2nd.
That meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday the 9th.
Saturday, November 15th, 2014 departing at 12 noon from the Camp Hill Shopping Center at the Giant parking lot next to Arby’s
We will be traveling to the Lehigh Valley to photograph and see several photography exhibitions. November is Photography Month in the Lehigh Valley with several photography exhibitions at various locations in Bethlehem. This will mark the third year for this trip. The weather is for sunny, breezy and cold with a temperature of 42 and colder after sunset.
Here is the schedule:
12:00 Depart Camp Hill
2:00 Arrive at the Banana Factory to see the “InVision 2014 Pennsylvania Photographer’s Competition”. HCC members Jim Crowley, Don Uvick, Karen Commings and Andrew Hoff were juried into this prestigious exhibition. The Banana Factory also has an exhibition by Larry Price. This compelling exhibition by two-time Pulitzer Prize winning Olympus Visionary Larry C. Price investigates child labor and working conditions in mines in Burkina Faso, Indonesia and the Philippines. These photographs are part of an ongoing project by Price to document child labor in mining and other industries. In the Santa Bannon /Fine Art Gallery there is a collection of images by Philadelphia photographers representing their contribution to the history of the medium during the halcyon years of 1975 to 1985. These images are from some of the top east coast photographers in the country and features a variety of different styles. The InVision College Competition images are in the center hallway and you are free to explore the different artist studios on the second and third floors of the Banana Factory. These four exhibitions in one building will save us some time and walking. All exhibits are free on this trip.
3:15 Leave for the Steel Mill – Look at images in the Steel Stacks Center next to the steel mill, after that we will photograph the buildings and furnaces surrounding the Steel Stacks area. The Bethlehem Blast furnaces are light at night. Sunset is at 4:44 PM.
6:00 Leave for Camp Hill – Possible stop at Cabella’s or dinner on the way back.
For those members on the East Shore the designated pick-up location is the Holiday Inn in Grantville. We should be there about 12:30, but you must let Andy know if we are meeting you there, otherwise we will keep going.
Any questions contact Andrew Hoff @ 592-9304 or at email@example.com
Sunday, October 26th, 2014 departing at 12 noon from the Camp Hill Shopping Center at the Giant parking lot next to Arby’s
Mount Moriah Cemetery is a historic cemetery in southwest Philadelphia, along Cobbs Creek. It was incorporated on March 27, 1855 and established by an act of the Pennsylvania Legislature. The cemetery, which originally occupied 54 acres (22 ha), was among a number of cemeteries established along the “rural ideal” popular at that time. An ornate Romanesque entrance and gatehouse were built of brownstone on Islington Lane, today known as Kingsessing Avenue.
Over time, Mount Moriah grew to 380 acres (150 ha), spanning Cobbs Creek into the Borough of Yeadon in adjacent Delaware County, making it the largest cemetery in Pennsylvania.
Open this link for more information about the cemetery:http://hiddencityphila.org/2013/07/stones-and-stories-at-mount-moriah-cemetery/
This trip will incorporate considerable walking and exploring and you need to be very aware of your safety. I encourage you to always pay attention to your surroundings. It is easy to twist an ankle or trip in some areas of the cemetery and there could be ticks lurking in the underbrush. I highly encourage you to, at the least partner, with other photographers. The cemetery is easy to get lost in!
We will be carpooling from our usual location; the Giant Grocery Store parking lot next to Arby’s and Route 15. The cemetery is a two hour drive from Camp Hill down the turnpike. We will leave at 12:00 A.M. with an estimated arrival at the cemetery of 2:00. Sunset is at 6:00. Depending on the temperature and the weather we will photograph until sunset. Expect a return to Camp Hill around 8:00.
Sunday, October 19th, 2014 departing at 12 noon from the Camp Hill Shopping Center at the Giant parking lot next to Arby’s
Our first stop will be at the Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site. Hopewell Furnace was founded in 1771. It is an example of an American 19th century rural “iron plantation”. Hopewell Furnace consists of 14 restored structures in the core historic area. The buildings include a blast furnace, the ironmaster’s house and auxiliary structures including a blacksmith’s shop, barn, church, a company store and several workers’ houses. http://1.usa.gov/1se2WXq
We plan to leave Hopewell Furnace after two hours of photographing and drive the seven miles to the village of St. Peters. The town is located in a narrow ravine along French Creek. The Falls of French Creek have formed where French Creek cuts across a series of rocky dikes. The erosion of the rock foundation by the creek caused huge boulders to fall into the stream, almost filling the creek bed at points. French Creek should be picturesque in the fall colors with water flowing over and around the boulders and rock slabs. There is a quarry located above the town that is also inviting to photographers. http://bit.ly/1se3jRO
You should bring water, a fully charged battery, extra batteries, extra digital cards, comfortable shoes, a tripod, a macro lens for close-ups, possibly a flash for interiors to light dark areas or as a fill flash and/or reflector to throw additional light in dark places, a longer lens and/or a wide angle lens, polarizing filter to slow down the waterfalls and cut glare, a ladder, cash for snacks in St.Peters and gas and toll money for your driver. We will be returning to Camp Hill no later than 8:00 pm.
Adobe Photoshop CS & Elements Question & Answer with photographer Bryson Leidich
Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 at 7pm at the Giant Grocery Store’s Community Room in the Camp Hill Shopping Center
On Tuesday night October 7th at 7:00PM, long time friend of the Harrisburg Camera Club and professional photographer, Bryson Leidich, will lead a question and answer session on Adobe Photoshop CS and Elements.
Since the members of the Club have such varied levels of ability in Photoshop, we thought it would be appropriate to have an open discussion with questions coming from the members about Photoshop instead of concentrating on one subject. Think about the problems you have encountered with Adobe Photoshop CS and Elements and bring your questions to Bryson. No question is wrong, as we can all benefit from the answer. Bryson will answer your questions using Photoshop software on the computer.
CHANGE OF LOCATION!!
Due to complications of security and member safety I’ve been informed that the camera club will not be allowed to enter the Middletown & Hummelstown RR yard. Even though I had not seen any No Trespassing signs or a secured area around the railyard and rolling stock I was informed by the staff of the Middletown & Hummelstown RR on Wednesday that anyone found photographing in the yard without permission or with a member of the RR staff would be subject to arrest for trespassing. So with that in mind we will photograph on City Island.
This Saturday September 27th
Now Meeting at City Island 8:00 till 11:30
This is our fall educational mentoring photography fieldtrip. We will photograph on and around City Island. In 2012 this was our most popular photo fieldtrip of the year. Please note that you should come directly to City Island where we will meet at the horse stable at the end of the Walnut Street Bridge (the iron bridge) We will Not leave from the Giant. We will be photographing the buildings, close-ups and views from City Island, we may even photograph from the top of the City Island parking garage. We plan to photograph the many bridges over the river and from the Walnut Street Bridge and if time permits, in Riverfront Park. Andrew Hoff will be mentoring and leading this trip and hopefully other seasoned veterans of the club will help some of the newer members. The goal is to have a more personal hands-on teaching session for those members that are unfamiliar or want help. With this kind of set-up you will be working with someone familiar with your brand of camera. Not only will they be help you with the technical issues and the handling of your camera, but also with the visual aspects of photography. This is not restricted to only Nikon or Canon brands or to DSLR photographers; if you another brand or have a point & shoot we can help you. This trip will be geared more towards an outdoor classroom experience. Emphasis will be placed on how to approach visual ideas, working with a tripod, getting the most from your lenses and what is the proper or best exposure. Parking should be free on the Island. Please park on the ball field side At this time the weather looks very promising. As usual expect a lot of walking.
What to bring: Extra digital cards, your instruction manual, extra batteries, flash unit, tripod, a wide angle lens, a macro lens, and a medium to long telephoto lens, comfortable shoes and water. There will be require walking. This is a rain or shine trip.
Any questions contact Andrew Hoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The exhibit will run from September 16 to October 12, 2014.
The Harrisburg Camera Club Exhibition, “Landscapes Through the Seasons” will open on September 16th at the Yellow Wall Gallery located upstairs at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore. The exhibit will run from September 16 to October 12, 2014.
Images include a broad range of outdoor landscapes including seascapes, riverscapes, bridgescapes, cityscapes, and farmscapes.
The opening reception for the exhibit is Friday, September 19th from 6 to 10 pm. This event is part of Harrisburg’s 3rd in the Burg celebration.
Please join us for a wonderful exhibit. The Midtown Scholar Bookstore, 1302 N. 3rd Street, Harrisburg (across from the Broadstreet Market.) Parking is free along the Market, but meters on 3rd Street must be fed until 7pm.
Clear Meadow Farms in White Hall, MD
Sunday September 14th, 2014 at 3pm
This will be a return location for the Harrisburg Camera Club. We traveled there in 2010 to conduct a photography fieldtrip. We will be going to the commercially grown sunflower fields at Clear Meadow Farms near Jarrettsville, Maryland; just east of the Parkton exit of I-83. Clear Meadow Farms grows sunflowers for commercial cultivation. They have acres of sunflowers. It is about an hour from our meeting location at the Camp Hill Giant. We will be car pooling from our usual location at the Arby’s side of the Camp Hill Giant Grocery Store, at 3:00 PM in the afternoon. Here is the Update from Clear Meadow Farms as of 8/19: http://clearmeadowfarm.com/
We plan to arrive at about 4:15 which should give us 3 hours to photograph the field since sunset is around 7:30. Expect to return at about 8:45. Parking will be tight and some extra walking may be involved. We will need to car pool. The sunflowers should be in full bloom when we get there and expect to see bees and butterflies on the sunflowers. For insects you may want to bring a macro lens. A long lens is also useful for compressing distance. This location is very good for those photographers that have short telephotos or wide angle lens.
What to bring: Extra digital cards, extra batteries, polarizing filter, a reflector or white foamcore, black foamcore, an umbrella that is translucent white or solid white if you have one, flash unit, tripod, a tripod clamp, comfortable shoes, long pants, a ladder to photograph from above and drinking water. We will hold this event, unless we are looking at an all day rain event. Any questions e-mail Andrew Hoff at email@example.com
Tuesday, September 9th at 7:00 p.m.
Giant Grocery Store’s Community Room in the Camp Hill Shopping Center
The Harrisburg Camera Club is proud to announce that Theo Anderson from Allentown, PA will be presenting a program on his fine-art photography, printing and hand made books.
Theo Anderson, photographer and bookmaker, graduated from Temple University with a BA in political science and discovered photography while attending graduate school at Lehigh University. Self taught, his work is represented in private and public collections.
“The photographs are not so much about place as they are about transformation. The context of everyday American life is used in my visual exploration. The search began in the early twenty-first century and is expressed in a myriad of episodes that inform my life,” says Anderson. The episodes of Anderson’s projects, CARBON, CADILLAC, and COMPLEXITY, are revealed in his artist books.
A master printer, Anderson designs, prints and binds his artist books under the moniker, WILBUREDITIONS. “By-passing traditional printing allows me to express my work without compromise and limitation.” says Anderson.
In addition to his own projects, Anderson, an accomplished photographer, creates compelling photographs for editorial and advertising clients. An astute artist and storyteller, he combines his sensibility as a fine art photographer with the grit and determination of a photojournalist. “When I work on a story, I try to photograph who we are and what we do, honestly and without preconception,” say Anderson. Anderson has been called a lyrical poet of the commonplace.
Theo will talk about his original trilogy book series “Carbon” and how that started him towards projects and limited edition books. He plans to bring two of his limited-edition books and a print or two will be there. He will touch on fine art printing. This will be another outstanding program where the emphasis will not be on the technical aspects of photography, but on what goes on between your ears and how you approach visual conception. For more information about Theo and his work go to http://www.theoanderson.com/
The program will be held in the second floor large community room in the Giant grocery store at the Camp Hill Shopping Center located at Rt11/15 and Trindle Road in Camp Hill. The program is free and will start at 7:00 p.m. and end at 9:00 p.m.. The community room is the home meeting location of the Harrisburg Camera Club and is located on the second floor of the store, just past the WIFI lounge and above the cooking school. If you would like to join the Harrisburg Camera Club or renew your membership, the fee of $30.00/yr will also be collected that night.
This program is free and open to the public and especially to photographers. Please join the members and photographers of the Harrisburg Camera Club for Theo’s presentation and his unique perspective on photography. This program will be educational as well as inspiring.
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