The Kanata Seniors’ Centre Camera
Club is run completely by volunteers and needs your help.
We are looking for a couple more
members to sit on the executive committee, as well as, members that can assist
with other club activities. Many different types of skills and abilities
are required, however, for some activities (e.g. backup the webmaster) computer
skills are required. It is not necessary that you be an expert in
photography and training can be provided.
Without volunteers the Kanata
Seniors’ Centre Camera Club would not exist. Please consider
volunteering and, depending on the activity, the time commitment can be less
than a few hours a month.
If you are interested, or want additional information, please send an email to email@example.com, or speak to one of the executive members at the next camera club meeting on February 1st.
The Kanata Seniors’ Centre Camera Club Executive
Phil’s Tip of the Day on Mirrorless Cameras vs. SLRs
Review of Chosen Photos
Announcements and Closing Remarks
Your images for the assignment must be emailed by noon on Friday, December 28th to be included in the slide show. For details on how to submit photos including formats and titles go to our Pictures/How to Submit page.
The next assignment is What is it and pictures from this assignment will be shown at the February 1st meeting.
The featured speaker at our meeting on December 7th will be Ginny Fobert.
ARTIST BIO My past has taken me in many different directions. From Real Estate and Interior Design, to desktop publishing, writing and editing, home building, project management, and event organizing to name a few. I have always wanted to be a photographer. One boring rainy day in 2011, I ventured out and purchased my first DSLR and just started pushing the shutter button.
M-Y-N-D in Icelandic means photo or image. ‘MYND’S I’ is the name of my photography site. I like that a photograph is made, not taken. It is made in your own mind and with your own eye, and it is slow and considered in its making. I believe that anyone can take a photo, but it takes a discerning eye, a sense of what is around you and a comprehension of how everything is reacting to the surrounding light sources to make a picture. Without light, photography would not exist. In fact light is the true subject of every photograph.Continue reading “Ginny Fobert”
Your images for the assignment must be emailed by noon on Friday, October 26th to be included in the slide show. For details on how to submit photos including formats and titles go to our How to Submit page.
The next assignment is Wet and pictures from this assignment will be shown at the December 7th meeting.