- Milky Way at Labrador Hollow Unique Area
Michael Slaunwhite will lead this photoshoot. He's done his homework and determined that this date and time should be great for photographing the Milky Way . . . of course, depending on what Mother Nature does with the cloud cover. But, as we always say, you can't get the photo if you're not there. This will be an opportunity to learn about focusing at night, foreground lighting (light painting), and what's the best shutter speed for star photography.
- Monthly meeting/image review
How’s your photography going so far in 2020? Let’s enjoy an evening reviewing each other’s recent photos (not necessarily just from 2020). Our approach will be: What do we like about the image and what might be considered next time we’re framing a similar composition?
- January members meetint
Since we have canceled the class that was originally scheduled for this date, let's make the most out of a date that's still on our calendars. Tuesday night we will try to do a couple of things. We'll begin with an image review session. Bring a half-dozen of our favorite images, ideally but not necessarily photos take since Christmas. Following the image review session, we'll have some time to discuss some ideas we are looking at for future photoshoots.
- Holiday Party/Image Review
Our regularly scheduled evening for the December class is coming up, so in light of the holiday season, I'd like to invite everyone to a party along with an image review session. WHEN: Dec.17 TIME: 7-9 pm WHAT: Holiday Party (Everyone brings a party snack) Tom provides the beverages A Second WHAT: Image Review: bring a few winter images on a flash drive for review.
- Getting Ready for Winter Photography
Winter’s coming, as sure as summer’s gone. For some people, this means it’s time to hunker down, but, for photographers, nature photographers, in particular, the winter season can be a period of excitement as Mother Nature changes the landscape, often dramatically, on an almost daily basis. So, it’s time to “Get Ready for Winter Photography,” and that’s the subject for this annual day-long workshop that covers everything from your cold fingertips and toes to preserving battery power, to tabletop close-up and macro photography. (more information) https://www.tomdwyerphotography.com/tour-workshop-schedule/lets-get-ready-for-winter-photography/) QUESTIONS? email me: [masked]