Guest Speaker: Katrin Eismann, May 25, 2016

Travel Light, Take Great Pictures Join Katrin Eismann, Sony Artisan, as she takes us along on her travels around the world to photograph in Chile, Cuba, Germany, Tasmania and Zimbabwe. Katrin will address how for her; less equipment makes for better photographs, why it’s important to not listen to the nagging critic in your head,Continue reading “Guest Speaker: Katrin Eismann, May 25, 2016”

Guest Speaker: Ken Hubbard, April 20, 2016

From Your Backyard to the Grand Canyon Whether you are standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or just trying to capture the colorful flowers in your garden, here is the chance to get some helpful hints on how to best capture your subjects. This presentation will help you see and manipulate light, creatingContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Ken Hubbard, April 20, 2016”

Guest Speaker: Laurie Klein, March 30, 2016

The Magical World of Infrared Photography  As photographers we are looking for ways to stand apart from other photographers. Infrared is the perfect medium to do just that. Laurie’s roots as a landscape photographer began when she was a young woman being mentored by Ansel Adams. Infrared has been her medium of choice since then.Continue reading “Guest Speaker: Laurie Klein, March 30, 2016”

Guest Speaker: Chris Nicholson, February 24, 2016

Photographing America’s National Parks From sea to shining sea, the national parks preserve some of the country’s most unique wilderness areas—a gift to nature photographers everywhere. In this presentation, Chris Nicholson delves into what the park system offers to the photographer, and how to best research and prepare for a trip to explore the artisticContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Chris Nicholson, February 24, 2016”

Guest Speaker: Jean Miele, January 27, 2016

Creating the World We Want We all want peace. We want a world where the oceans are restored, the rain forests thrive, and the great forests and deserts remain unscathed. We all share the deep-seated longing for clean air and water, and for balance in the global ecosystem. As landscape and nature photographers, our workContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Jean Miele, January 27, 2016”

Guest Speaker: Andy Katz, November 18, 2015

The photographs created by Andy Katz have taken him around the globe. From the Old Country in Eastern Europe to the California wine country, which he now calls home, his subjects are as diverse as his travels and adventures. The images in Andy’s dozen or more coffee table books have been described by vintners, photographers,Continue reading “Guest Speaker: Andy Katz, November 18, 2015”

Guest Speaker: Tom Dwyer, October 21, 2015

Seeing with an Artist’s Eye  Fine art landscape photographer Tom Dwyer will be the featured speaker at the NYC Sierra Photography Committee’s meeting on Wednesday, October 21. Tom’s presentation, “Seeing with an Artist’s Eye” will share lessons he’s learned creating (and selling) his landscape photography. A gift subscription to Outdoor Photographer magazine in 2000 ignited his interestContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Tom Dwyer, October 21, 2015”

Guest Speaker: David DesRochers, May 27, 2015

Wild About Wildlife David’s passion for nature photography was sparked by a trip to Glacier National Park in the summer of 2000. Since then, he and his wife Cathy have traveled the world to witness and photograph the wonders of our natural world. Wild About Wildlife is a journey through the world of wildlife photography. David will shareContinue reading “Guest Speaker: David DesRochers, May 27, 2015”

Guest Speaker: Nick Zungoli, April 29, 2015

Hudson to Delaware | The Great Valley Nick will present a slide show on the beauty of this largely unheralded area. The show will include images from the Hudson, Kittatiny and Shawangunk Ridges, Great Valley, and Delaware. He is internationally recognized and the Hudson Valley’s pre-eminent landscape photographer, Nick Zungoli’s work has been widely collected sinceContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Nick Zungoli, April 29, 2015”

Guest Speaker: Tom Grill, Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Please note: This meeting is on a Tuesday. IF THOREAU HAD A CAMERA Thoreau’s Walden Pond taught Tom how to look closely, to examine minutely with the camera, to find subject matter that at first eludes us. As part of his continuing process of self-education as a photographer, Tom spent two years photographing Walden Pond—returningContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Tom Grill, Tuesday, March 31, 2015”