Presented by Ed Heaton
Ed's lecture "Composition & Light" will cover the overlooked and sometimes forgotten aspects of image design and the all-important role that light plays in creating dramatic and spectacular images!
Join Ed as he talks in-depth about how to get a better understanding of the basic and advanced concepts of composing compelling compositions and using light to make extraordinary images from ordinary subjects!
Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, where the work is set out to expose the essence or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms, features or concepts. Minimalism is any design or style in which the simplest and fewest elements are used to create the maximum effect.
Need some inspiration? Check out these minimalistic photos:
If you don't find yourself particularly inspired by the topic on any given month, we're giving members the option to submit ANY photograph taken that month for the critique. So now there's no excuses! It's time to jump into the deep end and get wet!
A few reminders about some of the basic rules of the assignment:
- Members may submit 2 photos.
- Photos should be emailed to Mike the Wednesday prior to the Thursday meeting.
If you have any additional questions about submitting photos or the monthly assignment in general, consult the Assignment FAQ by clicking on the link below:
Remember to get your shots to Mike B (as jpg's please) at [masked].
LOCATION AND PARKING DIRECTIONS
Please note the new location instructions for the First Thursday night meetup.
Millersville Student Memorial Center
1 South George Street, Millersville, PA
Room 24 (Parking in the rear of the building)
We will be handing out parking permits on site for this meetup which you will then place in your car. You will need the one day permit to park in the the parking lot directly behind the SMC on Shenks Lane.
To see a map of the parking lot in question click on the following link:
To see the entrance you will be using from that parking lot to the SMC click on the following link: