Regular Meeting – January 2017 – RESCHEDULED

When: Tuesday, January 24 31, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - Rescheduled due to the weather
Where: Algonquin College, Room 104

The January meeting has been rescheduled to Tuesday January 31

Guest Speaker: Sylvia Bumstead - “The Importance of Forms in Art History and Modern Photography”

We are pleased to have Sylvia Bumstead as our guest speaker for both the January and February meetings. In her January presentation, Sylvia will be discussing the importance of geometric and organic shapes and forms in art history and modern photography. There will be a follow-up assignment, for those willing participants, that will be presented at the February meeting.

This will be an interesting and informative 2 part session with Sylvia in which we will have the opportunity to learn about the importance of shapes and then apply that concept in our own photography and share our results with each other.

Theme Image and Anything Goes:

Submit your ONE best shot for the “Theme” which this month is Tools of the Trade. Think of people and their professional tools: a florist arranging a floral display, a snowplow driver on on his truck, a baker making the day’s sweet delights. Alternatively, you may just want to focus on the tools themselves. it’s up to you, your creative idea and your camera. Let’s see your take on the Theme.

Please remember to have your photo submitted no later than NOON on Tuesday, January 24th as no late submissions or memory sticks will be able to be included in the presentation. Please send your Theme photo with your name and the title TOOLS OF THE TRADE on the subject line to Robert Feduke.

Anything Goes” submissions have been changed to a limit of 2 photos to ensure that there is sufficient time to cover all our planned presentations. Please identify your photos with your name and in the subject line please include the identifier of Anything Goes. Please send them to Robert Feduke by NOON on January 24th.

Member Showcase

This month's member showcase presenter will be: Bruce Raby

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