Monday, 2 March 2020
March Session Review
Our March 1st meeting was another well attended session with great participation from our members. We had 37 members participate in the slideshows giving us a great diversity of subject matter and photographic techniques to admire.
I started out the session with a short talk on Computer Monitors and screen resolutions – critcal for successful photo editing! We followed that up with a wintry view of the Lemoine Point Conservation Area in Kingston. This outing was attended by 14 of our members and we literally had birds eating out of our hands!
Our featured presenter of the night was Larry Tayler - who never shies from using his photography to put an edge on matters. Larry’s topic was entitled Using Photos to Motivate. It was part of a larger set of material from a week long workshop that he will be leading at the significant Quaker gathering this summer in Virginia. His material was highly provocative and emotional.
Following our break, Doug Smith introduced his slideshow from a trip late last year to Argentina with special emphasis on the Patagonia region. The icefields and mountain ridges were utterly spectacular.
Our final slideshow of the night was our theme challenge entitled – High Key! Thirty-five members submitted images that were shot with an emphasis on the right hand side of the histogram (whites and light tones predominate). These images, along with our Lemoine Point shots have been uploaded to our public Facebook page for anyone to view (facebook.com/countyfotoclub).
Our theme challenge for March is People & Pet Photography, while April’s theme challenge is Subject Placement is Everything!
Thanks to all who participated during the month.