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February 2019
February 2019
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Class: What Makes a Photo Great? (6:30 PM PST)
Class: What makes a Photo Great?  Learn by evaluating classic photos. Instructor: Keith Schwamkrug Free
Program: Photographing Sunset/Sunrise Phenomena (7:30 PM PST)
Sunsets and Sunrises are beautiful and easy to photograph.  And it is easy to make mistakes that could cause you to lose data or even damage your camera and eye.  In addition there are dozens of different phenomena that can be seen/photographed during the Sunrise/Sunset period (some of my favorites: Green Flashes, Blue Flashes, Green/Red Rim, Belt of Venus, Shadow of the Earth, Sun Dogs, Arcs, Halos, and many more).   In this talk we will discuss safety, effective photography and cover about 100 different phenomena that can be photographed, and what makes a great Sunrise/Sunset photograph.  Many example photos will be shown.  Handout of slides will be made available.  Speaker: Greg Edwards
2018 January Theme: Pets (7:30 PM PST)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, January 27, 2019 8:01 PM
Class: Images with Impact (6:30 PM PST)
When photographers form strong connections with their subject they chances for creating an impactful images improve.  This class describes ways of seeing the world to build strong connections and create mages that have impact.. Instructor: Keith Schwamkrug Free
Creative Digital Images (7:30 PM PST)
Status: Judged
Nature Digital Images (7:30 PM PST)
Status: Judged
Pictorial (General A & B) Digital Images (7:30 PM PST)
Status: Judged
Class: Exposure Basics (6:30 PM PST)
Class: Exposure Basics - Learn about shutter speed, aperture, and ISO Instructor: Keith Schwamkrug Free
Program: China in Focus (7:30 PM PST)
The speaker will present photographs and commentary on his excursion to China, primarily focusing on three locations: Wuzhen is in Zhejiang province, about 1,500 km northwest of Shanghai. It is one of several ancient water towns in the region, each claiming to be the “Venice of the East.” Huangshan, also known as the Yellow Mountains, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Anhui province, about 500 km southwest of Shanghai. It is famous for its dramatic granite peaks and scenic views. Shanghai is a city of contradictions; look in one direction at an ultramodern cityscape, turn around and see 1930’s grit. It’s a street photographer’s playground.  Speaker: Harlan Crowder
2019 Feb. Theme: Elegant (7:30 PM PST)
Status: Open Closes: Sunday, February 24, 2019 8:00 PM

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