When: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 @ 7:00 pm
Where: Algonquin College, Room 104
Share Your Editing Ideas
Working in small groups, with each group having a laptop and a different image to work with, you will be putting your heads together for editing ideas on how to improve on the photo. You will have plenty of time to make these improvements and then we will review all of the transitions once your changes are made. This has been a great learning experience in the past and sharing ideas is always encouraged so we look forward to seeing what each group comes up with and hearing your thoughts behind the ideas.
Theme Image: TRACKS / STILL LIFE
This month's theme is giving you a choice - Tracks or Still Life. So whether you have been out enjoying the snow and following the endless tracks in the white stuff or staying warm and practicing your photography skills inside, you no doubt have numerous images to choose from. We really appreciate your participation with the Members' Showcase and Anything Goes so please continue and share your images with the club.
We have found that submitting them via e-mail works really well as we can show them on the screen for easy viewing. E-mail your photo(s) to René Jones. Name your images with your first and last name and the theme title in the subject line.
Pictures in this segment can be of any subject. Sometimes we have a fantastic photo that we want to share and sometimes we would like to have some feedback on what could have been done to improve the image. By sharing your inspiration, techniques and questions with other members it helps all of us to develop as a more informed photographer.
Again, we really like showing the images on the screen but if you have a photo printed on a special paper or canvas and would like to share it, please do. When e-mailing your photo send them to René Jones with Anything Goes in the subject line. Please name your images with your first and last name.
* All of the buildings that we hold our meetings in are Scent Free
* We ask that you give our speakers the attention they deserve and keep your conversations to break time