February 11, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Images that we choose to render, develop and publish often result from the dialogue we establish with our surroundings. We see and we respond, and the story tells itself to us. We can also choose to reverse this process and begin with a story we’d like to tell and then create with intention.
This month we will look at what we can do when we use the camera as a way to tell a story. Graphic-design teacher and photographer Mark Illingworth will share images and the stories behind them in his series “Extraordinary Among the Ordinary.” These beautiful black-and-white portraits are of ordinary people who have behaved, made choices, and had experiences that are unique.
You are invited to join the presentation. Share photographs that resulted from a decision to tell a story rather than a response to what was already there. Send two or three examples (lo-res) of your intentional photography to [masked] by Thursday, February 7th so that they can be discussed after Mark’s presentation. Your images will be used to create and publish a Web Gallery and/or a Slideshow using Lightroom. The result will be posted on our meetup site.
P.S. We will have door prizes & refreshments will be on hand!