The Linn Area Photo Club would like to invite everyone to the Canon Explorers of Light Seminar that is being held on Saturday, April 12th, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in Cedar Rapids, IA. This year’s guest speaker is Rick Sammon. Rick is one of the leading photographers of our times. With almost 800,000 followers on Google+, Rick’s work has been seen by photographers from around the world. Rick’s passion for photography has taken him to more than 100 countries around the world.
If you have never attended a Canon Explorers of Light Seminar, I strongly encourage you to attend. If you do plan to attend, I highly recommend that you sign up sooner rather than later since there is a limited amount of seating. I also recommend that you pre-pay online for your lunch. The cost for lunch is $10. There is NO cost to attend the seminar.
Here is the link to register for the event.
35 members were in attendance.
The categories for next month’s challenge were drawn.
Camera: Tripod Mounted
Technique: Golden Hour
Please bring a flash drive with your challenge photos to the February meeting.
Amy Kucera, the Associate Editor for NEBRASKAland Magazine gave a presentation on photo opportunites in out Nebraska parks. She listed the 8 state parks and introduced possible photography opportunies, such as deer, turkey, big horn sheep and landscape photography.
Allen is also asking for suggestions for the 2014 photo club field trip.
Our January 16th meeting is coming up fast.
The program will be “Photo Opportunities in our Nebraska Parks”. The speaker will be Amy Kucera.
Amy has been Associate Editor for NEBRASKAland magazine since August 2013. Her duties include researching, writing, and photographing for NEBRASKAland Magazine. Her most recent work experience included working as Tribal Youth Program Coordinator with the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and as Assistant Park Superintendent at Ponca State Park. Kucera is a certified as a Nebraska Master Naturalist and volunteers with The Nature Conservancy.
Please remember to bring a couple of photos for our displays at Fontenelle forest and Bellevue Library. We need photos featuring the sky—sunsets, clouds, etc and trees—leaves, bark, etc. They should be 8×10 or 11×14, unmatted and unframed. Be sure your name and location are on the photo.
See you Thursday.