May Monthly Challenge

Wall Art in Almonte by Marilyn Martin

The Monthly Challenge for May is Wall Art/Building Decorations/Graffiti. The following websites list a few locations, in and around Ottawa, where you can find murals and wall art:

Ottawa Tourism Urban Arts Scene
House of Paint – Ottawa / Gatineau Mural & Graffiti Map
Carleton Place Murals Everywhere
Pembroke Heritage Murals

Pictures from this monthly challenge will be presented at our meeting on June 3, 2022.

In-Camera Project Challenge Reminder

Grainy Twirl by Paula Brown

Your pictures for the In-Camera Project Challenges for April (Black and White or monotone, Exposure Creativity, Embrace the Grain) and May (Extreme Perspective, Worm’s Eye View) must be emailed by noon on May 20th.

Please send separate emails for the April and May Challenges. When you submit, include in the subject line if the picture is for the April or May Challenge Also, indicate if you wish to speak about your picture at the next meeting.

For additional information on the In-Camera Project Challenge and How to Submit click here. If you do not receive an email confirming that your image has been received, send a follow-up email to contact@ksccc.ca.

Pictures for the April and May In-Camera Project Challenge will be shown at the meeting on Friday, June 3rd.

Link for May Meeting

Click here to join our May Meeting

The dial-in link is ‪(CA) +1 226-314-9937‬ PIN: ‪509 090 077‬#. Long distance charges may apply.

The Google Meet “room” will be opened shortly after 8:45 a.m. on Friday morning if you need to check your equipment and 9:00 a.m. to sign in for the meeting which starts at 9:15 a.m.

During the online meeting, the presenter will show a presentation to all members. To review instructions on how to view a presentation full-screen click here.

If you have any issues email us at contact@ksccc.ca and we’ll try to help

May Camera Club Meeting

Winter reflections by Marg Jackman

The monthly meeting will be held online on May 6th at 9:15 a.m. using Google Meet. For information on how to use Google Meet for our meetings go here. A link to the meeting will be posted on our website the morning before the meeting.

The agenda for the meeting is:

  • Opening Remarks
  • Review Online Meeting Procedures
  • Our “Star”, Catherine Easton, Talks About her Photo Shown on the News
  • Slideshow of Member Images from the April Assignment on Reflections
  • Presentation by Manfred Mueller on Still Life – A Brief Overview
  • Information on the May In-Camera Project Challenge by Phil Tughan Extreme Perspective, Worm’s Eye View
  • Camera Club Member’s Survey
  • Concluding Remarks
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Manfred Mueller Presenting in May

Manfred Mueller

Manfred Mueller, an award winning, Kanata based photographer will be presenting “Still Life – A Brief Overview” at our meeting on May 6th at 9:15 a.m.

Manfred is a retired professional engineer, but serious photography has been part of his life since he was in his teens. He has studied photography at both Algonquin College and the School of Photographic Arts – Ottawa (SPAO).  Manfred has attended workshops and masterclasses in Ottawa, India and Guatemala.  He is a photographic educator who teaches specialized shooting and post-processing techniques at Ottawa area photo clubs. 

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Photography Books Now Available at Second Editions

Photography books from the library of John Taylor, Ottawa historian, and photographer will be featured from Wednesday, April 6 to  Saturday, April 16th.
After that additional photography books will be added to the display from Second Edition’s reserved storage of books.

JOHN H. TAYLOR
1939 – 2020
Professor Emeritus Carleton University 

The photography books displayed for sale were donated in memory of John Taylor. John was a skilled photographer, and he treasured the many photography books that were part of his extensive Library.

His book Ottawa: An Illustrated History was named the best local and regional history for 1988 by the Ontario Historical Society.

The book is available to borrow from the Ottawa Public Library.

The Second Editions Bookshop, operated by The Friends of the Ottawa Public Library Association, is located beside the library at 101 Centrepointe Drive, Nepean ON K2G 0B5. It is open:

Wednesday: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Thursday: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Friday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 3:00pm

Volunteer Photographers

Manordale Woodvale Community Association (MWCA)  is planning a 60th Anniversary Celebration and is looking for volunteers.

On Saturday, May 28th, they will be holding a family event at Manordale Park (68 Knoxdale Road), from 2-11 pm, starting with a Shriner’s parade through the community followed by a family BBQ, with games and activities for kids, accompanied by live entertainment and a licensed bar.  

They are looking for volunteer photographers to capture the event. 

If you’re interested in helping out, please contact:

Charlene Hickman
613.297.7284
cshosein@hotmail.com

Link for April Meeting

Click here to join our April Meeting

The dial-in link is ‪(CA) +1 647-733-3653‬ PIN: ‪672 950 338‬#. Long distance charges may apply.

The Google Meet “room” will be opened shortly after 8:45 a.m. on Friday morning if you need to check your equipment and 9:00 a.m. to sign in for the meeting which starts at 9:15 a.m.

During the online meeting, the presenter will show a presentation to all members. To review instructions on how to view a presentation full-screen click here.

If you have any issues email us at contact@ksccc.ca and we’ll try to help