On Monday, we’ll be back in the Hollidaysburg Libary. Dave Hammaker will be giving a presentation on his trips out west titled “Landscape Photography in Southern Utah.” We’ll start at 7:15pm in the Community Room of the library. Join us to see some beautiful photography from Zion and Bryce National Parks along with many other locations.
On Monday evening, we’ll be back in the Hollidaysburg library at 7:15pm. We’ll be taking a look at some of our print competition submissions and letting the members give their critiques before they’re passed along to the official judges. We’ll also be talking about flower photography in advance of our flower photowalk on the 21st.
On Jan 22nd, we had a great meeting in the library where we worked on close up/macro photography. Members brought in items such as seashells, toys, stained glass and feathers. It was fun seeing everyone use the lightboxes and other tools to make some cool photos.
The library is closed on the 15th, so we’ve moved our second January meeting to the 22nd. We’ll be in the Children’s Room. It’ll be close-up/macro night. Bring your camera! And if you have small items that you think might make for interesting photos, bring those along. We’ll have flowers, toys, and other knick-knacks to shoot. Feel free to bring small lights, backdrops, etc. to help out with staging photos. It all starts at 7:15pm at the Hollidaysburg Libary.
The Hollidaysburg Library is closed on January 1st, so we’ve moved our meeting to the 8th. We’ll be in the community room at 7:15pm. Brandon Hirt will give a presentation on winter landscape photography.
For our next meeting, we’ll be back at the Hollidaysburg Library. Dave Hammaker will be sharing tips for improving your landscape photography. The meeting starts at 7:15pm.
On Monday, the 18th, we won’t be at the library. We’ll be at Prince Gallitzin State Park working on night photography. Meet us at 6:30pm at the Beaver Valley Marina. Here is a link to the location on Google Maps. Right now Accuweather is calling for a mostly clear Monday evening, so grab your tripod and join us.