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Welcome to CCR Meetup!

We are happy to have you join our MeetUp Group and enjoy the many activities and educational opportunities we offer. CCR Meetup is sponsored by the Camera Club of Richmond (CCR).

The Camera Club of Richmond was founded in 1932 to promote the art of photography in central Virginia. Our mission is to pursue excellence in photography by offering activities, education, exhibit opportunities, image evaluations, and photo competitions to members. The Camera Club of Richmond’s goal is to give all members an opportunity to enhance their skills by learning from other members, as well as from invited outside professionals in the photography field.

Our membership has a wide range of experience and skill levels in film, digital, and mirrorless cameras. In addition, members have the opportunity to display their work in various galleries throughout the Richmond area, have their work evaluated several times a year at our scheduled Evaluation Meetings, and participate in an End of Year Competition and Awards Presentation.

CCR welcomes photographers of all experience levels to share their passion for photography. Please be our guest at one of our monthly meetings:
2nd Wednesday of each month (January – November)
6:30 PM – Networking
7:00 PM – General Meeting & Program

We are currently "Zooming" until Covid protocols allow us to meet in person. Those Zoom links will be shared in the MeetUp Events or you may contact CameraClubofRichmond@gmail.com for login information.

You may attend 2 CCR Monthly Meetings as our guest. 
In fairness to our Members, on your 3rd visit, you will be asked to join CCR and pay the annual Membership Dues of $40.

When we do return to in-person events, they will be at:
Chamberlayne Heights United Methodist Church
6100 Chamberlayne Road; Richmond VA 23227

For more information, please visit our website:

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to meeting you!

Marianne Barnhardt, CCR Education Director

Patricia Munford, CCR Membership Director

Karen Taylor Davis, CCR Communications Director 

Upcoming events (4+)

An Intro to Westcott’s Scrim Jim Cine Lighting Control System

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Event by Adorama
Free via Eventbrite
Public · Anyone on or off Facebook


Join Jem Schofield for an in-depth walkthrough of Westcott's Scrim Jim Cine Lighting and learn how to modify your light like never before!
Scrim Jim Cine is a modular lighting control & modification system that allows photographers, video production professionals and cinematographers to quickly and easily control their lighting, both in studio and on location. It’s positive locking, frame based approach allows creative to modify their lighting in many ways with a wide variety of fabrics/scrims.
In this session, Jem Schofield of theC47 will take you through the scrim Jim system and show you different ways it can be used in your work. This will include direct diffusion, bouncing and blocking/flagging light. The workshop portion of the session will be an hour long. There will also be a half hour where Jem will answer your questions about using the system in your work.
About the Presenter
Jem Schofield is a producer, DP and educator and the founder of theC47 (a company that focuses on video production, filmmaking, consulting & education). He started this journey as a little kid with his first film camera (a Minolta Hi-Matic E rangefinder), quickly followed up by used Pentax K-1000. He started his journey in video production during high school and the rest is, well you know!
Jem now spends most of his time producing content, writing articles, educating others and otherwise being borderline obsessed with cameras, lighting, production and film photography. He has also spent the better part of the past two years helping companies transition and implement remote production solutions for their content creation needs.
Jem’s in-depth courses "Cinematic Video Lighting", "Advanced Cinematic Video Lighting" and “Corporate Event Video: Producing Company Meetings and Presentations”, are currently available on the LinkedIn Learning platform. He is also an equipment design consultant to many manufacturers in the film and television industry. He designed theC47 DP Kit & theC47 Book Light Kit (geared towards corporate, in-house and small to no crew productions), which is based on FJ Westcott's Scrim Jim Cine system.
Current and past clients include AbelCine, Age of Learning, Apple, Inc., ARRI, Canon, Corus Entertainment, LinkedIn Learning, MAC Group, MZED, NBCUniversal, NPR, PBS, RØDE, Scottish Enterprise, SmallHD, Sony, TED, The Vitec Group, Walmart Films, Westcott, YouTube & Zeiss.
For more information about Jem & his whereabouts visit visit his YouTube Channel at www.youtube.com/thec47 where he posts ongoing educational content focused on the tech & craft of video production and filmmaking related to Small to No Crew production.

Better B&W Prints with Nik Silver Efex

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Free Webinar - Thursday, May 26, 1:00 PM EST : You MUST register!

Join renowned photo instructor, Dan Hughes, and the B&W experts, Digital Silver Imaging, for this Nik Silver Efex webinar. Dan will step you through the process of how to use the Nik Silver Efex plug-in to create B&W digital images that will impress both on screen and in print. Topics to be covered include:

  • Converting your digital file from RAW to B&W
  • Monitor Calibration – Is it necessary for B&W?
  • Contrast and tonal range
  • Utilizing Nik’s U Point Technology for amazing results
  • Filters and Film Grain effects
  • How to output your image for print
  • Choosing the right print process
  • How paper affects your image
  • Exporting and Uploading your files for printing

Digital Silver Imaging will be raffling a 16x20 DSI Digital Silver Print® a $164 value. (Raffle prize ships for free to US participants. Participants outside of the US are not eligible. for the raffle.)

Register for this Free Webinar

**About the instructor**Dan Hughes is an award-winning photographer and esteemed photography faculty member at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dan’s personal practice revolves around experimentation with careful analysis with more than 15 years in the photography industry ranging from commercial photography to fine art printmaking all the way to software development and photography education.


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Hosted by PhotoJoseph
Tuesday, May 26 – 7:00 PM BST
REGISTER >> https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2989794623429739788

Due to the high popularity of our webinars, we are temporarily limiting our number of registrations to 1,000. Please log in 15 minutes early. The webinar will be posted within 24 hours for you to view at your convenience. Thank you!
If you have questions about the differences between using Lightroom and DxO PhotoLab 3, PhotoJoseph will provide insights and answers to some of the powerful tools in DxO PhotoLab 3 that you should be aware of!
In this session you will learn about:
1. RAW conversion and Initial “auto” processing
2. Denoising using PRIME (better results with higher ISO)
3. Optical Corrections (profile of cameras & lenses)
4. U Point Technology (for easy selective editing)
5. Lifetime License (no subscription)
Q&A will be provided during the presentation
Bio: PhotoJoseph is a content creator, educator, and YouTuber — he shoots for corporate and celebrity clients, works with schools globally integrating photography into the classroom, leads workshops, has several photography courses on LinkedInLearning.com, a regular YouTube show at youtube.com/photojoseph, and currently lives in the USA in Ashland, Oregon. To learn more about PhotoJoseph, visit: http://photojoseph.com and http://twitter.com/photojoseph

Roseland Polo

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Roseland Polo matches are free and open to the public. No reservations are required.
"Matches begin at 12:00 pm, and gates open at 10:00 am, every Sunday from Memorial Day weekend through mid-October, field and weather conditions permitting. Sunday mornings after 9:00 am the match status can be confirmed by visiting this page or checking our Facebook."
Their Website & additional info: https://kingfamilyvineyards.com/polo/
Tips: It's a very large field and there are lots of people set up with tents lining both sides of the field as well as the far end goal post. There is a winery tasting room with tables at one goal post end but I'm not sure if that requires a reservation or not.
I arrived ½ hour before the match started and found a "tailgate" spot at the far goal post directly in line with it and it turned out to be ideal. I used my hatch back for shade (a lot of sun), you may need cover.
Gear: I shot with a Sony A7iii & the Sony[masked]. Settings were Auto ISO to 4000 (all the shots were at[masked]) 1/1000 @ f/5.6. I popped on the 1.4 extender for a match then went back to just the[masked]

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PHOTOGRAPHY TALK: Advancing texture techniques $

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