Let's meet-up at the best spots on Oahu to learn about our camera, take amazing pictures, be creative, and have fun! We are a super cool community of Oahu photographers that meet around the island to capture memorable images and talk story.
RSVP for a photography meet-up to discuss the latest gear, swap tips and techniques, share images, learn the latest software, and of course take lots of pictures. We welcome photographers of all experience levels including brand new, amateur, and professional.
Do you need help with your camera settings and looking for motivation to learn? How about composing a shot to tell your story, or adding drama and creativity, showing depth and dimension, or simply trying to figure out your F-stop, ISO, and shutter speed? Ask us! That's why our group is so awesome, we can help.
Have you considered a photography business? There are members here that can provide assistance and recommendations for an assortment of photography related niches. Or maybe you would like to network with other business owners and build relationships that will propel your photo business to a higher level. Come out to the next event and see what's going on.
We have all kinds of photography related events happening on Oahu:
Monthly photo walks at awesome locations
Sunrise, sunset, and night-time workshops
Full-day photo tours with transportation provided
Scheduled photo club meet-ups and special events
Post production classes, photo critiques, and guest speakers
Neighbor island one-day and multi-day photography trips
And anything else we can envision...
Join our Oahu Photography Group and RSVP for the next event.
PNM/Pacific Media Arts sponsors ongoing response and critique sessions led by core faculty David Ulrich and others. This is a time for photographers and students to come together, dialogue, and share work.
Please prepare 8-10 examples of your work and place them in a folder. Be sure to save your files as JPG’s with a maximum file size of 2-3 megabytes — larger files take too long to load. And, please make sure your images are in a folder with your first and last name on the folder. Do not attempt to upload individual images. Also, please include your initials or name in the title of each image.
Email your entire folder to [masked] at least two hours before the critique, by 5 pm on July 9. Work that comes in after the deadline will not be reviewed.
The session begins at 7 pm and we are not able to admit those who come late.
You do not need to have Zoom installed. Just click on the link to join the meeting.
For more information go to https://pnmlab.com/event/photo-critique-fall-2020-2/
Participants are encouraged to join in the dialogue with each other’s work and plan to stay for the duration of the session.
This is a free event!