Meeting MInutes: December 10th, 2018
The Brattleboro Camera Club met on Monday evening, December 10th, at the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro.
Jon Mack was our speaker and presented commentary, video, and a slide-show of his visits to cold places such as Chile, Greenland, Sweden and Norway.
His photographs included wildlife - including polar bears and birds- and amazing icebergs, glaciers and landscapes. He emphasized the effects of global warming on the land and the wildlife, as glaciers melt and hunting for food becomes more difficult.
The flash photography session held in Vernon on Sunday, December 9th, was a great success. Tom Pita and John Taylor provided lighting set-ups and guidance for participants to experiment and take their own shots.
The setups ranged from high end equipment to those that can easily be used in a small home studio or outdoor portrait setting.
The Interclub competition included many winners from the Brattleboro Club. Tom PItta won first in the black and white. Tom Singleton won 2nd place and Cyndee Meese won honorable mention with the color images. Other high-scoring participants were Bill Dixon, Donald Miller, Paul Miller, and Roger Turner.
The exhibit will consist of about nine large, frames prints or more if there are smaller prints. 16X20 is max; 10x10 is minimum. We will need titles and prices from the contributors for photos chosen at least three days before we install the show.
The monthly theme for December was ‘holiday cheer.”
The next meeting of the Brattleboro Camera Club is Monday, January 14th at 6:30 pm at the Vermont Center for Photography.
The theme for January 2019 is ‘Everyday Moments.’ Happy New Year!