You can make any sort of presentation, on
any photography subject that you like which might be educational for our
membership. You should plan for a presentation of no longer than 20 minutes, as
we are time limited on the availability of the hall.
If you decide to put together a presentation supported by your selection of YouTube videos, as I have done over the last 2 years, here is how to put together the document to attach to our website once your meeting presentation is finished:
Create a blank word document to which you can attach your chosen videos links
Type your subject into the search window in YouTube
Look at a lot of the videos on that subject
As you watch a video that you think does a good job of providing instruction on your topic, copy the video address link over to your word document. Repeat this process until you have a list of list of 3 to 5 good videos.
With each video address, you should show the name that the video was given by the video presenter and make sure to name the presenter for credit.
Your document should look something like this:
Videos to watch as suggested by <insert your name here>
Have one of your chosen videos be fairly short (3-7 minutes), if you plan to have it shown as an introduction to your presentation. Place this video at the top of your list. Bill or Amy usually download that video to a USB storage device so that it can be played on the club projector.
Forward the document to the club email account firstname.lastname@example.org one week prior to the meeting.
If have any questions or you would like to
put your name forward to do the presentation for a particular month, please get
in touch with me as I will be coordinating the program. Remember, it’s all
about having fun and learning with photography. My email address is email@example.com
In addition to your membership in the Kanata Seniors Centre and Camera Club, you are able to take advantage of the one-on-one training available.
Need help on figuring out your digital camera, how to download images to your computer or network, how to improve them with Photoshop, how to manage your digital assets, including backup and recovery, how to protect your personal data? All of these and more is available with the Tech Tutors at the Kanata Seniors Centre.
Learn about your computer, tablet, phone or e-reader from these experienced instructors in one-on-one tutoring sessions. Using Kanata Seniors Council computers, or your own laptop or device, they can help you get things going and keep them working right.
These sessions cost $8.00 per hour or you can book three one-hour sessions for $20.00. If you want to book a session, check in at the Reception Desk at the Kanata Seniors Centre to see what times are available.