Links from March 5th Meeting

In Manfred’s presentation he mentioned this paper on Evaluating the Rule of Thirds in Photographs and Paintings.

Sue Carey sent along this excerpt from Freeman Patterson’s newsletter:

I’d also like to draw your attention to www.earthisourwitness.com, produced by Parimal Deshpande and hosted by him and the internationally-renowned photographer, Art Wolfe, both from Seattle. This is a series of stimulating conversations with photographers from around the world, selected by Art and centred on some of their images. The series is a work-in-progress; you can view those already filmed and there are more to come. Don’t miss the compelling conversation with Wade Davis, the Canadian anthropologist and photographer, who was explorer-in-residence at National Geographic for several years. (My conversation on SYMBOLS and MEANING will be recorded March 2. View live on http://www.facebook.com/earthisourwitness, on http://www.instagram.com/earthisourwitness, and live or for up to a year on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EARTHISOURWITNESS.)

2021 Spring Photo Challenge

It’s time to get ready for the KSCCC 2021 Spring Photo Challenge !!

Happy Rock by Ron Pierce

This has been a challenging year for us all. It’s time to shake off those winter blues and get ready to welcome Spring, a time of renewal, rebirth and new beginnings.

Last year’s winter challenge, “Creating a Photographic Project”, was very successful.  Let’s see if we can make this year’s challenge even better!

This year’s challenge will be Spring: A Time of New Beginnings”.

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Link for March Meeting

Click here to join our March Meeting.

The dial in link is  ‪‪(CA) +1 778-747-7174‬ PIN: ‪215 840 703‬#.  This is a southern Ontario area code so long distance charges may apply.

The Google Meet “room” will be opened at 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 an online meeting the presenter may wish to show a presentation to all members. To review instructions on how to view a presentation click here.

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

March Camera Club Meeting

Monet Birches by Debbie Pinard

The monthly meeting will be held online on March 5th 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 of March 4th.

The agenda for the meeting is:

  • Review online meeting procedures
  • Update on June Meeting
  • Slideshow of Member Images from the February assignment on Creative In-Camera Photography
  • Presentations by Manfred Mueller on What Makes a Great Image and Portrait Photography
  • Proposals for Fix my Pic
  • Concluding Remarks
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Manfred Mueller Presenting in March

Manfred Mueller

Manfred Mueller, an award winning, Kanata based photographer will be presenting “What Makes a Good Image” at our meeting on March 5th 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 and is a photographic educator who teaches specialized shooting and post-processing techniques at Ottawa area photo clubs.  He has been a guest speaker at the photography program at Ottawa’s La Cité community college for the past few years.

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Karen Bell’s Presentation and Frozen Bubbles Recipe

You can view Karen Bell’s presentation on Creative In-Camera Photography from our meeting on February 5th, 2021 by clicking here.

During her presentation Karen also showed us how to take pictures using Frozen Bubbles. Here are the instructions to make them:

Frozen Bubbles
– Mix together 200 ml of warm water, 35 ml corn syrup, 35 ml dish soap and 2 tbsp sugar.
– For bubbles to freeze before they pop the temperature needs to be well below freezing. Ideal conditions are -25 degrees C with no wind.
– Using a straw, gently blow bubbles onto snow or whatever surface you choose. 
Grab your camera and start shooting as ice patterns begin to form and before the bubbles break!

For additional information on Karen Bell click here

Cellphone Photography (Beyond the Selfie) Slideshow Now Online

Because we’re still meeting online in February, we are sharing the slideshow of images from our January Cellphone Photography (Beyond the Selfie) challenge online.

In order to view the slideshow full screen, please click Play (above) then on the word YouTube or click on this link.

Thanks again to Catherine Easton for creating this slideshow of our images.