Why Does My Image Always Look Brighter When Projected at the Club And/or Why Does My Image Always Look Darker When Printed? If you have ever uttered these words or even thought them then Monday’s Program Night is a must for you. Furthermore if your colors look flat or different this program is also a must for you. Here … Read More
Pick five of your images and you’ll have five minutes to talk about them. They don’t have to have been previously submitted, but they can be. You’ll have 5 minutes from the time your name is announced to present and talk about your 5 images, including any comments from the audience.
Since the first Monday of January is the 1st, there will be no meeting. The Critique night for January has been moved to January 15th in lieu of the normally scheduled Program Night. The deadline for submissions will be January 10th.
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Our Holiday Dinner will be held on the December Program Night, December 18th. It will be held at Awbrey Glen’s Nineteen Restaurant starting at 6PM with no host cocktails. Dinner will be served at approximately 6:30pm. The dinner menu options and reservation form is available inside the November and December newsletter and needs to get to Bev Murphy by December … Read More
It’s rare to have 3 men of this outstanding calibur able to join us for a panel discussion evening of everything photography. Ric Ergenbright, Jonathan Kingston, and George Lepp will cover topics such as the future of photography and personal motivation — from technical to philosophical and everything inbetween. Featured panel is Ric Ergenbright, Jonathan Kingston, and George Lepp, all … Read More
There are a number of third party software programs which work inside of, as plug-ins or as stand-alones to photo editing software such as Photoshop, etc. These programs offer additional opportunities, short cuts, or filters for optimizing your image in post production. We will present a few of these options which are used by our members.
The Board has voted to cancel the August Program Night on Monday, August 21st. This is due to the expected high volume of traffic and congestion resulting from the eclipse.
George is presenting his program “Flowering Places”. It will illustrate the many places he’s been to photograph flowers from our local bear grass to the tulips at Keukenhof Gardens in Holland. This would be a good program for spouses/significant others/friends/etc., to enjoy.
Tyler is a filmmaker and Ph.D student for Oregon Health and Science. His work has been displayed in projects and programs by: Vimeo Staff Pick, National Geographic, Business Insider, OPB, Alpine Labs, and Story & Heart. He works mostly with time-lapse and astrophotography. His program will focus on his experiences with these two areas of photography.