Image Discussion Theme: Series of 4 Photos (and also open)

MAGE DISCUSSION with the THEME: Series of 4 Photos

This meeting the theme is: Series of 4 Photos (and also open theme)

There are two CAPA competitions.  The theme of the February 28th competition is Series of 4 Photos.  According to the CAPA website, the criteria are as follows:

A photo series is very simply a collection of images that are placed in a specific order to tell a progression of events, emotions, concepts or themes. It is expected that the whole is greater than each part.  Images can be Color or Black and White and each photo needs to complement each other. . . . image can be: abstract, landscape, low light, macro, nature, portrait, still-life, street, wildlife, etc.

For the full details see:  https://capacanada.ca/series_of_4_photos/

Bring in your series of 4 shots whether you want to enter them into the CAPA competition or not.  And as always, your can also bring any image in for discussion under the open theme.

The theme for the February 20th competition is Open.  That includes abstracts, landscapes, low light photos, macro photos, nature, portraits, still-lifes, wildlife photos etc…

For the full details see: https://capacanada.ca/open-theme/

Halfway through the meeting, we break for coffee and treats.

Please bring your photos on a flash drive/memory stick so that Radek can upload them onto the club computer before the meeting starts.  PLEASE NAME YOUR IMAGES WITH YOUR INITIALS AND 1 THROUGH 4 (E.g.:  RE1, RE2, RE3, RE4) to help Radek present them in the right order.

Hope to see you there!

Club Meeting

SPC Holiday Pot Luck and Image Discussion Theme: Monochrome

Holiday Pot Luck and IMAGE DISCUSSION with the THEME: Monochrome

This meeting the theme is: Monochrome (and also open theme)

The theme of the January 30th CAPA COMPETITION is Monochrome.  According to the CAPA website, the criteria are as follows:

A black and white work fitting from the very dark grey (black) to the very clear grey (white) is a monochrome work with the various shades of grey. A black and white work toned entirely in a single colour will remain a monochrome work able to stand in the black and white category. On the other hand a black and white work modified by a partial toning or by the addition of one colour becomes a colour work (polychrome) to stand in the colour category. This competition will have four themes and each will be judged separately:

  • Individual/Groups (street photography is included)
  • Landscape/City-scape/Sea-scape
  • Architecture (inside/outside)
  • Flowers/Plants (wild or cultivated)

For the full details see:  https://capacanada.ca/monochrome/

Bring in your best Monochrome shots whether you want to enter them into the CAPA competition or not.  And as always, your can also bring any image in for discussion under the open theme.

Halfway through the meeting, we break for coffee and treats.

Please bring your photos on a flash drive/memory stick so that Radek can upload them onto the club computer before the meeting starts.

Hope to see you there!

Image Discussion Theme: Altered Reality (and also open theme)

MAGE DISCUSSION with the THEME: Altered Reality

This meeting the theme is: Altered Reality (and also open theme)

The theme of the January 15th CAPA COMPETITION is Altered Reality.  According to the CAPA website, the criteria are as follows:

This competition promotes the manipulation of photograph(s) for artistic purposes to create a fictional or conceptual image or photographic art. The source image must have been made by the entrant. All images must be original and may not incorporate elements produced by anyone else. Original images must be altered only by the entrant. However artwork or computer graphics generated by the entrant may be incorporated if the original photographic content prevails.

For the full details see:  https://capacanada.ca/altered-reality-manipulation/

Bring in your best Fine Arts shots whether you want to enter them into the CAPA competition or not.  And as always, your can also bring any image in for discussion under the open theme.

Halfway through the meeting, we break for coffee and treats.

Please bring your photos on a flash drive/memory stick so that Radek can upload them onto the club computer before the meeting starts.

Hope to see you there!

Club Meeting

Image Discussion with theme: Fine Arts

MAGE DISCUSSION with the THEME: Nature

This meeting the theme is: Nature – Fine Arts (and also open theme)

The theme of the second October 30th CAPA COMPETITION is Fine Arts/Beaux Arts.  According to the CAPA website, the criteria are as follows:

The goal of fine art photography is in creating a fine art image is to use subjects and techniques as vehicles in the process of conveying a strong message, idea, vision and/or emotion. The entrant may need to make the viewer think about what they are looking at and consider a different viewpoint than their own perhaps . . . image can be: abstract, landscape, low light, macro, nature, portrait, still-life, street, wildlife, etc.

For the full details see:  https://capacanada.ca/fine-art/

Bring in your best Fine Arts shots whether you want to enter them into the CAPA competition or not.  And as always, your can also bring any image in for discussion under the open theme.

Halfway through the meeting, we break for coffee and treats.

Please bring your photos on a flash drive/memory stick so that Radek can upload them onto the club computer before the meeting starts.

Hope to see you there!

Image Discussion Theme: Nature (and also open theme)

MAGE DISCUSSION with the THEME: Nature

This meeting the theme is: Nature – animals, landscapes, weather, oceans, rivers and lakes, etc.

The theme of the October 30th CAPA COMPETITION is Nature.  According to the CAPA website, the criteria are as follows:

The image can include landscapes, geologic formations, weather phenomena, and extant organisms as the primary subject matter. This includes images taken with the subjects in controlled conditions, such as zoos, game farms, botanical gardens, aquariums and any enclosure where the subjects are totally dependent on man for food.

For the full details see:  https://capacanada.ca/nature/

Bring in your best nature shots whether you want to enter them into the CAPA competition or not.  And as always, your can also bring any image in for discussion under the open theme.

Halfway through the meeting, we break for coffee and treats.

Please bring your photos on a flash drive/memory stick so that Radek can upload them onto the club computer before the meeting starts.

Hope to see you there!

Guest Speaker – Sheena Macintyre Wilkie

Guest Speaker: Jasalyn Thorne, Wedding Photographer

Jasalyn Thorne of Jasalyn Thorne Photographers has generously agreed to come speak to us about the unique and creative wedding and engagement photographs she and her husband create.  While they may be commercial photographs (in that they are taken for paying clients) they are also most definitely fine art photos.  Whether taken on a mountaintop or in a studio, these wedding and engagement photos are worthy of any art gallery.   Check out their website, and then come out and hear Jasalyn in person.

http://jasalynthornephotography.com/

 

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