Date: Saturday, March 15 @ 9:00 am
Where to meet: Seattle Mountaineer Program Center
Member: $40.00 / Non Member: $50.00
This class is for all students who want to go beyond the basics of beginning photography and discover the world of close-up and creative photography techniques. This class also includes a hands-on practice session working with the techniques learned in the lecture. So dust off your camera and join in the fun.
Doors open at 8:30 am. Class will start promptly at 9 am. Bring a sack lunch as there are no nearby places to grab lunch. This class includes hands on practice so be sure to bring your camera gear including a tripod if you have one and also any macro lenses that you may have. Class ends at 4 pm
We now have a Flickr gallery for our members! Now you can upload and share your photos with other members. Just go to http://www.flickr.com/groups/mountaineersphotography/ (or click on the Flickr icon in the Follow Us tab on the left).
I found an article that might interest macro photography enthusiasts, using an inexpensive setup. The photography writes about his process on his blog and shows some really amazing photos of individual snowflakes. http://chaoticmind75.blogspot.ru/2013/08/my-technique-for-snowflakes-shooting.html.
The registration is now open for the Basic Photography Course. For more information, see our course page. To register, go to http://www.mountaineers.org/source/aTrips/TripRegister.cfm?Event=37343
The book includes excellent photography tips you can use no matter where you live but if you live in Seattle or are going there for a visit, you’ll want this book to guide you to the best photography spots in the city.
Each location listed will have a description of the location, map info, sample photos and photo tips you can use to create your best images.
Created by the professional staff at Shutter Tours, one of Seattle’s top rated tour companies, they specialize in helping people become better travel photographers.
Cost on iTunes is $4.99
Registration is now open for the I Got a New Camera for Christmas Now What? class. This would be a great holiday gift for someone that is getting a new camera!
It doesn’t matter how you came by your camera or how long you have had it the Seattle Branch Photography Committee is here to help. This will be a fun morning, approximately 4 hours, in a hands on workshop that will help you understand and demystify the use and features of your camera. We will also discuss transferring your images to a computer and cover some common basic editing techniques. We will cover Digital-SLR and Digital Point and Shoot cameras. The class instructors are members of the Photography Committee. Additional volunteers will be available to answer questions about your camera. You will need to bring your camera with fully charged batteries, memory card, and the owner’s manual.
When: January 25, 2014; 9:00 a.m.
Member: $40.00 / Non Member: $50.00
Go to http://www.mountaineers.org/source/aTrips/TripRegister.cfm?Event=32914 for more information and to register.
Are you getting a new camera for Christmas? Or maybe you are giving one as a gift? The photography committee is offering a class on January 12th at 9am (clubhouse) to will endeavor to teach you (or gift recipient) how to use all the features of the new camera. Sign up at the Mountaineers Website.
The Northwest Council of Camera Clubs is having an Educational Day on June 9, 2012. Click here to see the official PDF announcement and for more information.
For those that want to take their digital photography to another level, a class is being offered at North Seattle Community College called Digital Shooting for Photoshop and Creating Photo Art.
This crossover class wills how you how to take your digital photos into PhotoShop to create products such as tiles, jewelry charms, greeting cards and more.
This is NOT a Mountaineers sponsored class…just another resource being passed along to our members.