This month, venerable photographers Richard Moore and Roger Goun will be showing off and discussing their FujiFilm and Leica rangefinders, respectively. These rangefinder-style mirrorless cameras are having an increasingly large impact on photography enthusiasts because of their advantages in size, weight, and price, while maintaining stunningly good image quality.
We'll see example photographs, hear how they compare to SLRs under a variety of circumstances, and get our burning questions answered by three exceptional photographers who have put these cameras, and SLRs before them, through their paces.
(Image courtesy of the amazing Roger Goun)
Our challenge for this month's meeting is Out the Window. Between now and the meeting, take up to three photographs which somehow speak to your interpretation of the subject - please feel free to take great liberty with your interpretation of the subject.
Don't be shy, we have a very encouraging group of critics and we'll all learn something from the experience. Most of all, have fun shooting!
Instructions for Uploading Photos:
Upload photos at www.PhotoMeets.com - an upload site for Seacoast Photographers' challenges. If you already have an account, login and add your photos. If you haven't created an account there yet, click the "Request Invite" button, add your name and email, choose a password, and you can then upload your photos.
An account allows you to upload faster and will keep track of all your previous uploads. If you'd rather upload anonymously, simply click here, click the "Upload Photos for this Event" button, complete the required information, upload your photos, and you're done!
We meet at the beautiful Town Hall Gallery building, directly across from the bandstand and Town Hall Offices. Park on the street or in the nearby municipal lot and walk on over - you may enter at the front or left side of the building.
Bring other photos if you'd like feedback or critique, and be prepared to [helpfully] critique others'.
Anything photography- or photographer-related is fair game.