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Puget Sound Camera Club - Mastering Macro (7:00 PM PDT)
Puget Sound Camera Club has invited us to join them for their education night - "Mastering Macro in the Field / Better Still Life Macro Photography on a Budget" by Allan Walls. Allan Walls is well-known for his highly informative (and highly entertaining!) videos on YouTube on the subject of macro photography. From fieldwork with a macro lens to detail work using microscope objectives, he covers the whole genre. Join us for what promises to be an excellent introduction to exploring this fun, challenging, and very rewarding area of photography. Allan has numerous YouTube videos available to watch on Macro and other photography issues. The presentation will be on Zoom only and will be recorded so that those who sign up for the presentation but can’t make it will be able to watch it at a later date.  You must register prior to the presentation.  The cost is $10 per person.  You may invite friends if you want to, but they must register and pay in order to be sent the Zoom link.  The link will be sent out a day or so prior to the presentation.   Registration is now available at: https://www.pugetsoundcamera.com/edreg
Projected Night - November 2022 (7:00 PM PDT)
The deadline for entering images is 2 PM the day before the meeting. (Monday by 2 PM.) Images cannot be accepted after this deadline. All digital images must be in jpeg format and no more than 1920 pixels wide and no more than 1200 pixels high. The recommended color space is sRGB. Visit the FAQ if you have questions. Visitors attending the meeting may submit one image for commentary with no judging into Category X. Go to our Meetup page to RSVP. You will then be emailed instructions on how to submit your image. Dues-paying members of the Seattle Photographic Society may submit two images across the Categories of Creative, Nature, Open, and Theme.   Every month there will be a new Theme. November's Theme is "Dilapidated."  Old buildings. Peeling paint. Rusted metal. Photographers love finding the beauty in these dilapidated objects.  The rules and explanations for our Competition Categories can be found on the Competition Categories page, or you can click on each Category below for an explanation with example images -  Creative Nature Open Themes You can find the Zoom link for the meeting under "our Club." This page is accessible to members only. You must be logged in to see it. Guests must register through Meetup. © Copyright 2013-2022 for the website by Seattle Photographic Society and for images by the photographer. All rights reserved. Request prior written permission from the photographer to reproduce their images. Website questions or comments please contact webmaster@seattlephotographic.com
Print Night
Proof of vaccination and masks are currently required. To help the meeting run smoother, before the meeting please take a photo of your vaccination card and email it to membership@seattlephotographic.com.  You will only have to do this once.  We will break up into groups of 4-7 people to discuss the prints. Written comments will be provided to the maker of each print. Guests may bring one print for critique. Dues-paying members of Seattle Photographic Society may submit two prints for critique and scoring.  There are no restrictions on subject matter, technique, or digital editing, as long as the image meets the basic requirements for all submitted images. Our Print Categories are - Small Color, Large Color, Small Monochrome, and Large Monochrome. A monochrome image is defined as an image with a single global color or tone, plus white. It includes traditional black and white images, sepia toned images, or images with any other single color. Prints must be matted or mounted so that they can stand up on their own, but not framed or covered by glass. Each print must fit the following size restrictions: Small Prints have a minimum print size of 4x6 inches, and a maximum print size of 8x12 inches. Large Prints have a minimum print size of 8x10 inches, and a maximum print size of 16x30 inches. An 8x12 image may be entered into either the Small or Large category. It is the maker's choice. All prints have a size restriction (including mat) of no smaller than 8x10 inches and no larger than 30 inches wide or 24 inches tall (to fit on our display board). Prints will need two items taped to the back for judging and written comments. You can fill these in and print them out ahead of time by using this template - Print Night Card Blanks.  (You should only need to download and save this file once.) Type in your info, print it out, and tape to the back of each Print. Please submit a digital copy of your image to the appropriate category before the meeting by go
Submissions Open: Small Group Night (10:25 AM PST)
Opens for submissions: Tuesday, November 8, 2022 10:25 AM Closes: Monday, November 28, 2022 2:00 PM
2022 NWCCC Conference (1:00 PM PST)
Cost: $60  Brightwater Center, Woodinville Registration at https://nwcameraclubs.org/ In Person: Saturday, November 12, 2022 - includes Print Salon and Awards Ceremony In-person Keynote Speaker: Kristi Odom Kristi Odom is an internationally acclaimed photographer, a Nikon Ambassador, an Associate Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, and a motivational speaker. A photographer and filmmaker, her work focuses on connecting people emotionally to animals and celebrating those who have a connection to the natural world. When she is not at home in Longmont Colorado, she travels the world photographing and teaching. Kristi teaches photographers to improve their work through advanced camera skills and by creating an emotional connection with their subjects. More information about Kristi’s work can be found at https://www.kristiodomfineart.com. Kristi will be making two presentations: Visual Storytelling and the Power of Emotion Photographing the Birds and the Bees: From technical tips and tricks to pushing boundaries and getting creative In addition to Kristi’s presentations we will be displaying this year’s Open Print Salon entries and winners as well as presenting awards for the Print, Digital, and Digital Slideshow competitions. Doors will open at noon, the programs will run from 1 PM to 4 PM. Time will be provided to view the Print Salon. Online: Sunday, November 13 through Thursday, November 17 Online Instructors include: Darrell Gulin on Shooting and Processing Panoramas, covering Landscape, Travel, and Wildlife with Panoramas Steve Ball on Improving Your Composition for Bird Photography Dennis Ducklow “Multiply Your Creativity with Multiple Exposure” Rich Seiling on Speaking with Light Joshua Snow, acclaimed Nature and Wildlife Photographer Mike Moats on “The Properly Equipped Macro Photographer” sponsored by Tamron
Closing: Small Group Night (2:00 PM PST)
Closes: Monday, November 28, 2022 2:00 PM
Small Group Night (11:59 PM PST)
Status: Open Closes: Monday, November 28, 2022 2:00 PM


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