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UPDATE: this date may be too late for blossoms. Try to get there soon. To prepare for our May assignment - Sherwood Gardens - meet at the gardens to get photos of the blossoms, the place, the people. . . Of course, you can go any time (see the link below for more info about the gardens), but some of us will be there on 4/27 before the Odyssey of Light conference. https://www.sherwoodgardens.org
A Must See Photography Seminar is Coming to Baltimore. This seminar is currently sold out; sign up for the wait list! The 2nd Annual “Odyssey of Light” Seminar is coming to Baltimore on Saturday April 27, and tickets are now on sale. Ken Sklute, a 45-year award winning professional, and Essdras Suarez a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, are the presenters. The topics are Landscape/Night Photography and Street Photography. Nations Photo Lab (NPL), Service Photo, PSA and Road Runner Photography Tours are the sponsors. The public will pay $99, however, because Creative Exposure Baltimore is a member of the Maryland Photography Alliance, your price is only $79 by using the discount code CEB during checkout. In addition to great presentations, you will receive a $50 NPL Gift Card and Free Lunch. For more information and to register go to: www.MDPhotoAlliance.org/odyssey.
For this meeting, we will have a presentation by Bob Paulding about abstract nature photography. And, the assignment is "Sherwood Gardens." Get out to the gardens and shoot spring blossoms for your submission. https://www.sherwoodgardens.org. About Bob Paulding: Bob’s work has a following and it’s easy to see that it’s due to his eye for the intricate details of nature; they resonate from the landscapes to the close-ups of fauna and flora. Whether it’s a rock formation in the Southwest or a single wildflower in the Northeast, his eye captures the natural beauty of nature in a clean and vibrant way. In addition to his passion for the details and geometry that nature provides, Bob’s other passion is studying the artistic details of architecture and the automobile. He has captured those details by just shooting specific areas, never the entire building or vehicle. For more information and images, go to his website: https://bobpauldingphoto.com/bob_paulding_profile.php.