Just in time for all the New Years Eve celebrations with fireworks:
Ken found this great article with tips on how to photograph fireworks.
Happy 2016 everybody!
New Years falls on the first friday of January and the Seniors Centre will be closed so the monthly meeting is rescheduled to January the 8th at 9:15
The Ottawa School of Art offers several photography courses for adults.
Digital Photography: After the Capture
You’ve mastered your camera and are excited when you capture an image but aren’t sure where to go from there. In this course, you will learn how to manage and edit your images; from basic adjustments to retouching and creating composites and digital art. Photoshop and Lightroom will be the programs used in this workshop.
Advanced Portraiture Photography
This advanced photography course is aimed for serious photographers, who either want to take up photography as their profession or are serious amateurs who want to produce stunning images of professional standards. The emphasis of this course will be in developing and refining your techniques in a variety of settings and lighting conditions. Basic portrait lighting, advanced concepts, creative studio, and indoor portrait photography will be covered. All types of portraits will be discussed (3 models included).
Take Better Digital Pictures
This workshop will help you get more comfortable with your camera and learn ways to create amazing pictures. We will cover the things that are found on all cameras such as auto mode, the different programs modes, shutter speeds, aperture, ISO, menu items, and much more.
Making Better Digital Photographs
This course aims to help beginners develop and intermediate photographers refresh the fundamentals of digital photography, perfect their technical skills and focus on creative visual expression. You will learn how to effectively use natural and artificial lighting, set correct digital exposure, chose shooting locations and apply dynamic composition to create technically accurate and aesthetic images every time! Expand your photographic skills by applying a variety of time-tested techniques for portrait, travel, street, urban, event, still-life, and other types of photography. Hone your photographic abilities and build confidence by shooting in-class assignments, working with professional models, and receiving constructive feedback on your images.
Details on these and other courses are available here.
Sue Carey says:
Thanks to everyone who supplied photographs to be exhibited at the Kanata Seniors’ Centre. I will change the location of the display once or twice during the two month period.
Now hanging are: Ko Fung, Ann Jones, Frank Jonker, Louise Robert, Bill Robertson, Ann Williams. In the wings for a February hanging are Frank Knor, Roy Markovich, and Barrie Thomas. It would be nice to include three women in the February exhibition, after all it will be 2016.
Thanks to Sue and Louise Robert for organizing this.
Here is your Camera Club executive hard at work planning your next meeting:
Seated: (L-R) Sue Carey, Barrie Thomas, Marg Jackman, Fraser Campbell.
Standing: (L-R) Frank Knor, Stu Moxley, Ken Wilson, Louise Robert.
Missing: Amy Lo, Catherine Easton, and John Williamson.
Please don’t hesitate to approach us with feedback about how we’re doing and ideas for things you’d like us to do in the future.
Here’ a note from Sue Carey about the club member photos displayed at the Centre:
Thanks to everyone who has given us 8×10 photos to be displayed in the KSC. It is gratifying to have such willing participants!
Unfortunately, there has been a delay in changing the display because of difficulty in the framing process. We hope to remedy that problem after talking with the framer and having an adjustment to the brads that hold the backing in place.
We are still looking for photographs. We have the next six ready to go as soon as we resolve the problem. We are still interested in receiving photos to have a supply on hand so we can keep the display ongoing – once we get it going! You may give Louise Robert or me (Sue Carey) an 8×10 photo of your choice, either at a meeting, or leaving it in our name at the front desk of the KSC.