Next meeting Thursday, November 9, 2017
Loyalist College, Pioneer Building, Room P13 (please take note of the room change)
Special guest speaker Mat Coker from Acorn & Oak Family Photography
One of the toughest things in photography is to walk into a chaotic scene (or even worse, a boring one) and know how to get a good photo. I’m excited to walk you through my approach to “lifestyle” or candid photography, showing you how to photograph just about anything without interrupting the scene. We’ll cover topics like making great photos with a crappy camera, understanding the “psychology” of the people you’re photographing, and how to grow creatively as a photographer.
This month’s theme: In Living Colour
Don’t forget to upload your images to our theme gallery on this website.
Join us on November 8th for a field trip to ProFusion Expo 2017
ProFusion is the photo & video event that caters to the professional image-maker.
Showcasing the Industry Leading Brands
To see who is going and arrange rides go to the ProFusion Event on the Quinte Photo Club Facebook page.
Special Invitation to the Brighton Photo Group
The meeting on November 7th will be devoted entirely to a special presentation by Phillip Sun. For this presentation, guests will be charged $10.00. The meeting takes place at 9:30 am at the King Edward Arena in Brighton.
His presentation “Work The Light” has four segments. The program is specially designed to help camera club members to better understand the concepts of light, and train their visual senses toward seeing the light. Once they have mastered the technique on how and where to look for the light, they will begin to see a lot more interesting subjects that they normally would have passed up on.
Segment A: How and where to look for light
Segment B: Understanding the concepts of light
Segment C: How to make use of nature’s elements to help enhance the image quality
Segment D: Post processing on images that were taken in unfavorable lighting conditions
The duration of the show is about an hour and forty five minutes, with a fifteen minute break. He will have a small number of CDs made available to the club members to purchase at a cost of $5. This way, club members do not have to jot down notes in the dark. The contents on the CD will provide all instructions and image references of the evening program.