Member Viewpoints: Linda Calvet, Lynn R. Cashman, Peter Post, February 28, 2019

Note that this meeting takes place on a Thursday night. We are honored to have three of our accomplished members share their diverse viewpoints and best work. Lynne R. Cashman: Rhythm and Color Inspire Intimacy Lynne R. Cashman has exhibited her work throughout the world. In 2016, her work was presented at the Berlin BiennialeContinue reading “Member Viewpoints: Linda Calvet, Lynn R. Cashman, Peter Post, February 28, 2019”

Guest Speaker: Gaelin Rosenwaks, January 30, 2019

Tales from the Open Ocean, Adventures at Sea From satellite tagging of bluefin tuna in the Atlantic Ocean to drilling ice cores in the frozen Bering Sea, Gaelin will take us on a virtual journey to share her passion for ocean exploration and illuminate cutting-edge research aimed at understanding our complex ocean ecosystems. Gaelin RosenwaksContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Gaelin Rosenwaks, January 30, 2019”

Guest Speakers: Cindy Walpole and Chuck Fritsch, November 28, 2018

High-Speed Hummingbird Photography Hummingbirds were one of the first subjects of high-speed photography. Cindy Walpole and Chuck Fritsch will discuss the history of high-speed photography and its application to hummingbirds. They will share their methods for getting good images of hummingbirds in flight with minimal equipment and introduce some of the concepts that are theContinue reading “Guest Speakers: Cindy Walpole and Chuck Fritsch, November 28, 2018”

Guest Speaker: Erin Babnik, October 24, 2018

The Seven Virtues of a Creative Landscape Photographer Landscape photographers who are committed to visual artistry share habits and values that enable them to produce personally rewarding landscape images on a regular basis. Erin Babnik will summarize seven “virtues” that any landscape photographer can nurture to facilitate the creative process. From curiosity to courage, theseContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Erin Babnik, October 24, 2018”

Guest Speaker: Clifford Pickett, May 30, 2018

Lighten Up: Image Quality, and iPhone Photography  Clifford Pickett is a New York-based professional travel, humanitarian and commercial photographer, videographer and educator. He refers to his approach as Shoshin, or “a new mind”, a perspective of seeing his subjects as if it were for the first time. In addition to his many high-profile commercial clients,Continue reading “Guest Speaker: Clifford Pickett, May 30, 2018”

Guest Speaker: Michelle Valberg, April 25, 2018

Wild Creatures. Extreme Conditions. As a visual story teller, Michelle Valberg will enlighten us with stunning, high impact and compelling photographs of the people, landscapes and wildlife of Canada. Michelle Valberg is a renowned wildlife, landscape and portrait photographer who has been telling stories with her camera for more than 30 years. She is aContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Michelle Valberg, April 25, 2018”

Guest Speaker: J. Robert Harris, March 28, 2018

Trail Talk from an ‘Old Dirt Kicker’ J.R. Harris is a well-known explorer and the author of “Way Out There: Adventures of a Wilderness Trekker”. From his origins in New York City, J.R. has roamed, mostly alone and unsupported, from Arctic Alaska to the Australian Outback, from Patagonia to the Pyrenees, and across the manyContinue reading “Guest Speaker: J. Robert Harris, March 28, 2018”

Guest Speaker: Gerry Van Der Walt, Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Technically Creative Wildlife Photography Join specialist photographic safari guide and co-founder of Wild Eye Gerry van der Walt for a presentation on using a strong technical foundation creatively to create striking wildlife images. Through examples and an easy-to-understand approach, Gerry will connect the creative side of wildlife photography to the technical basis of the craft,Continue reading “Guest Speaker: Gerry Van Der Walt, Wednesday, February 21, 2018”

Guest Speaker: David Brommer, Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Finding and Developing Photographic Style Developing your imagery to possess its own idiom, resonating with your artistic voice, is daunting and difficult. The highly crafted works by Joel-Peter Witkin, perfect landscapes of Ansel Adams, snippets of time expertly caught by Henri Cartier-Bresson: each embodies a distinctive style. David will elaborate on how to achieve aContinue reading “Guest Speaker: David Brommer, Wednesday, January 31, 2018”

Guest Speaker: Matt Hill, Wednesday, November 29, 2017

The Golden Age of Night Photography Matt Hill has pursued a fascination with the dilation of time by combining light, motion and long exposure photography for 25+ years.  His explorations of the pristine landscapes of America’s National Parks, combined with his creative edginess, equals a body of work that reveals the beauty in darker side ofContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Matt Hill, Wednesday, November 29, 2017”