Upcoming Events

My Journey in Wild Life and Sports Photography with the Mirrorless Canon R5 by Pat Ford

January 27, 2022 at 7 pm

Join us for an educational evening with Pat Ford and his awesome images. Pat spent the year trying to figure out the Canon R5 mirrorless camera and did a lot of birds, spent 6 weeks in Alaska with fish and bears, went to the pacific ocean for mako sharks and striped marlin, did some diving and a lot of football games. Pat will share what he has learned and how the camera performed.

LIGHT AND SHADOW - online contest

Submit by January 31, 2022 - Voting from February 1 -February 8, 2022

The interplay between light and shadow is among the best ways to create effects and compositions that express your artistic expression. It can be a great way to show subjects and make elements appear three-dimensional or abstract. It does not matter if you photograph people, nature, landscape, architecture, or macro; shadows play an essential role in your images.


Display and Print Color Management, with John Walrath

February 22, 2022 at 7 pm

Join John Walrath, Datacolor’s Imaging Training & Technical Support Manager, for a look at a color-managed workflow to help you make your best prints. He will share strategies and best practices for color management, accurate display calibration, printer calibration, and the printing process. John will use several examples of his own work to demonstrate these principles that will help you share your vision with others through print. Datacolor makes color management tools that allow photographers and videographers to achieve consistent and accurate color in their workflow. There will be a chance for Q&A after the presentation

Photo Critique & Discussion with Robert Chaplin (LIGHT AND SHADOW)

Wednesday February 23, 2022 @ 7 PM

Join us for an informal discussion of the photos submitted and judged for the Online Contest "LIGHT AND SHADOW"
This meeting is an exchange of ideas where both judge and contestants can express their vision and perception of the submitted and critiqued images,
We hope you take advantage of this opportunity to learn from each other and further your technical and artistic photography skills.

Online Photo Contest Voting

Intentional Blur

Voting open through December 8, 2021

Blur can be an important component in photography. It can be used to draw attention to the abstract, give the impression of motion, create a beautiful background, and more. This contest is to push you into going out of your comfort zone by photographing something different. There are several techniques that can be used to create intentional blur: Panning, macro, long exposure, wide apertures, muti-exposures, zooming lenses during exposure, tilting and shifting your camera, shooting light trails, etc.

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Test yourself, a Critique Challenge

Digital Challenge…Now it is your turn. I have critiqued your digital images. Some agree with my assessments...some do not. What follows is my methodology and reasons. How objective are you when self-critiquing your photographs? Can you separate your emotional connection to your image? 

Read the full article by Robert Chaplin here


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We meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday at:

Evelyn Greer Park (Pinecrest) 
8200 SW 124th Street 
Pinecrest, FL 33157