We did it back in November and now the spring session. For those of you that did not show your work in November, please consider bringing it to this meeting.
Dinene Wolf will Kick-off the meeting with a special presentation of images that she took on a recent photography workshop in India.
The meeting is to show and share with the members of the club, photos you have taken on our fieldtrips. Members that have participated in the fieldtrips this season are invited to show their photos taken on the 2011-2012 season Camera Club fieldtrips. This season we went to J.W. Cooper High School in Shenandoah, in September, the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum in Hamburg and the Altoona Railroad Museum, Chimney Rock and Horseshoe Curve all in the Altoona Area; in October, the Grist Mill in the Mercersburg area and the Gettysburg Battlefield and the walking photography trip in Downtown Harrisburg. Since January we have made trip gallery hopping in Washington D.C., to the Rawling Flower Conservatory in Baltimore and the Hanover Shoe Farms trip last month. Don’t forget to show your images from the various photo fieldtrips we took for the night photography assignment. We have had good attendance on these fieldtrips, so those of you that attended the photo events, please show the members your work. If you presented work in November, please bring new images.
If you want to show and share your best or most interesting images taken on these fieldtrips with the members of the camera club, please place your images on a flash drive or CD and bring it with you to the meeting. All images should be reduced to the following parameters: Maximum length on the longest side 1920 pixels as a baseline jpeg. Just like the camera club competition file size. Randal will load each members file into his computer and we expect the maker to present and speak about their work.
Each member will have about 5 minutes to present their images and if you want to, talk about them. This is based on the number of presenters and divided by the time available. Less presenters more time, more presenters less time. I will bring a timer to keep members from going over the time allotted. This is a great opportunity to show your work to the other members of the club without the restraints of competition. For those that are not showing, this is a good example of what happens on our fieldtrips.
Any questions contact Randal Lathrop at email@example.com