Webinars to keep you sharp.


All BCC members should have gotten this email (excerpted below) from Bill Dixon. The original email contains a link that you can use to register for the program.

   "Through our club's connection with Hunt's Photography we have an opportunity for a series of Webinars. These are provided by Lisa Langell (https://www.langellphotography.com).

    Date:  May 11, 2020 ; 6:30 p.m.
    Topic: 12 Elements of an Excellent Image 
              [ see trailer at  https://vimeo.com/ondemand/218351 ]
    Presenter:  Lisa Langell"

There are many other webinars available for photographers - most at no cost.

  Creative Live has many that stream for free then are available (for a fee) to watch any time after. There is a pretty good sale on now.
One that is coming up May 8-9 is “Fine Art Photography: The Complete Guide”

  Topaz Labs (great plugins) has a YouTube channel with all their past webinars and other tips.

  DxO (including the great Nik plugins) has several upcoming sessions:

  As well as recorded webinars:

  There are many other sites with free tutorials. I like the work of Jimmy McIntyre at Through Strange Lenses. He has a free page with older material -
https://www.throughstrangelenses.com/category/hdr-tutorial/ - as well as newer sessions on his paid page (also on sale).


Phlox - Topaz Labs Impression Plug-in

Keep learning and keep shooting!


Meeting Update


Because of the COVID-19 virus there will be no April meeting. We will keep you posted about any future cancellations.


Thank you.




January 13 Club Meeting


Our first meeting of 2020 is 13 January at the Vermont Center For Photography! 

The photo theme for this month is "Anticipation." 



December 9 Meeting

The BCC will meet for its monthly meeting this coming Monday, Dec. 9th at the Vermont Center for Photography.

Guest Speaker:

Ciri Gillespie [ https://www.cirigillespie.com/#1 ], a local photographer who has been involved in photographic projects in Cuba. Ciri will talk about her experiences traveling and photographing in Cuba.

Theme of the Month:

"Complicated". Please send your jpegs to Tom Singleton [ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ].

Special Project:

If you have worked on the editing exercise involving two images contributed by Tom Pitta and Donald Miller, please send your adjusted jpegs to Bill [ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ]. If you have not gotten the links please contact Bill (or check your email).

As of today I have received work from Lee Lloyd, Mary Miller, and Paul Miller.

Can't wait to see what the club comes up with for these images!


Tom raw barista 

Tom's original


Donald's original


Looking forward to Monday.

Bill Dixon


Special project for the October 14th meeting.

  I found an interesting project in a photo magazine* I saw a while back. We discussed it at the September meeting and decided to give it a try.
The author/instructor had his class exchange RAW files and process them as if the images were their own. I thought it would be fun to do the same with our own images.
  Anyone who is interested should bring a RAW file to the October meeting. I'd like it to be an image you have already processed for yourself - not one taken just for this project. The idea is not to 'correct or improve' another photographer's work but to 'see' the shot in your own way.
  We will exchange the files at the October meeting - one per member. Bring in the resulting final photograph, along with the processed version of the image you shared, to the November meeting. I'd like to see them all as prints so we can look at the photos side by side but if that becomes an issue we can create a slide show instead.


*Black + White Photography: https://www.blackandwhitephotographymag.co.uk/