November 12 Meeting

The Brattleboro Camera Club will meet at the Vermont Center for Photography on Monday, November 12th, beginning at 6:45 pm.

AGENDA:

. Theme of the Month: Long Exposure - send your jpgs to Bill Dixon.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
. Interclub Prints from the Fall 2018 competition will be shown by Roger Turner.
. Interclub Digital images from our club members will be presented.
. Using Artificial Light: Session II - John and Tom will continue their discussion of using strobe and studio lights when working in portrait photography.

A gentle reminder of. the annual club membership dues [ $25/individual; $35/family ].  If you are unable to attend Monday's meeting and wish to join the club, please send your check, payable to the Brattleboro Camera Club, to Bill Dixon, 114 Morningside Commons, Brattleboro, Vt 05301.

Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow evening.

Bill

 


 

October 8 Meeting

The monthly meeting of the Brattleboro Camera Club will be held on Monday, October 8th at the Vermont Center for Photography.  The meeting will begin at 6:45.

The agenda for the meeting includes:

1] Georges Herzog will illustrate various views of a waterfall, illustrating the effect of various variables such as shutter speed, aperture, and iso setitngs.

2]  Cynthia Meese will introduce us to her "Spotlight" page on the club website.

3]  Tom Pitta and John Taylor will do a demonstration on the use of a flash on your camera.

4]  Theme of the Month is "Golden Hour / Blue Hour".

5]  The upcoming fall Inter-Club Print and Digital criteria and deadlines will be discussed.

6]  Annual dues will be collected at the meeting.  The single fee is $25.00 and the family fee is $35.00.

7]  Thanks to Kathy Carr the Meet-Up website is up and running.  Regional events of interest to photographers will be posted on this website.  

Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow evening.

Bill Dixon

-Apologies for the late posting! Donald-


 

September 10 Meeting: Special guest Mikael Zide

 
The Brattleboro Camera Club will have its monthly meeting on Monday, Sept.10th at the Vermont Center for Photography. 
The business portion of the meeting will begin at 6:30 with our guest speaker Mikael Zide following at 7:00. 
For more information on Michael and his work see his website https://michaelzidephotography.com/the-pioneer-valley-of-western-ma
 
The theme of the month is Environmental Portrait. 
Send your jpgs to Bill Dixon [ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ] by Monday afternoon. 
If you have prints to share please bring them to the meeting. 
 
Looking forward to seeing you on the 10th.
 

Bill Dixon


 

July 2018 Photo Theme: Imitate a master.

Here is some inspiration.

 

Also:

Top Ten Famous Photographers

Twenty Five Iconic Photographers

Edward Steichen

Margaret Bourke-White

Ruth Bernhard

William Mortensen  (the photographer Ansel Adams called the 'anti-christ'!)

 


 

 

Our guest speaker for the June meeting is John Green.

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  The Brattleboro Camera Club is pleased to announce that nature photographer John Green will be the guest speaker for our June meeting.
John has been photographing nature for over 40 years and has achieved an impressive background and a large portfolio of work.

  He has been featured on the television series PBS Kids and his print work and slide shows have been exhibited widely around the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts.

  Mr. Green believes that attitude has a lot to do with one's photographic results. Granted, proper equipment and techniques play a major role, but, John feels that one must be connected - must feel something for the subject being viewed through the lens.

See John's work and get more info here:  John Green Photos

 

Where:  Vermont Center for Photography
When: Monday, June 11th
Time: Business Section 6:30; Guest Presentation 7:00
Theme of Month: High Key / Low Key  : Unnaturally bright light which blows out most of shadows / dark tones with highlights only on certain area.