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Current Calendar

Schedules and events are subject to change. Please check back often.

Field trip schedules and descriptions are listed on separate page.

Competition event dates are listed on a special page.

Club meetings and competitions begin at 8:00pm unless otherwise noted.

Date Event/Activity Description
September 2, 2020 Club Meeting Steve Gettle of Gettle Photography on Light on the Land.
This will be a Zoom meeting.
September 23, 2020 ++ Club Competition Abandonment and Decay
Photograph an abandoned building or structures, or man-made objects in some state of decay. Either the inside or outside of the building/structures is acceptable.
Examples of decaying objects you may find to photograph: automobiles, trucks, machines or tools. Anything mad-made is an acceptable object.
October 14, 2020 Club Meeting Colombia - Francisco Gomez
October 28, 2020 ++ Club Competition Wildlife
Photograph any type of wildlife, preferably not in capativity (not in a zoo). Show some interesting action rather than simply a profile photo.
Birds, reptiles, insects/butterflies, amphibians are all permitted.
Humans are not included as wildlife and should not be in the photo. Domesticated animals not permitted.
November 11, 2020 ++ Club Competition Abstracts and Patterns in Nature
Create an abstract image from nature or caused by nature Abstract images may contain a small portion of an object or multiple objects. An abstract will often concentrate on a limited area of a subject that reveals a shape, pattern, form, color or texture.
Abstracts in nature are easily found if you look for them. Some examples: patterns in beach sand, snowflakes, ice srystals, a spider web, the curves of a shell, the bark of a tree, water on petals, flower stamens (the center part of a flower), waves on the water.
Enhancing/altering our photo using editing software is permitted.
December 9, 2020 ++ Club Competition Silhouettes
Shoot a silhouette. Silhouettes are fun and easy. In a silhouette, you shoot towards your light source, blocking the light. Your subject becomes black/in shadows against a bright background.
Examples: Statues make good subjects for silhouettes.