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Presentations followed by WHAT IS INSTAGRAM? by Celso Bresssan
Henry Fernanado will describe the contemplative approach to photography, relate his experience with this practice and how it has impacted his photography. With examples drawn from his practice, he will explain how this approach can help photographers in all genres develop their capacity for seeing the world around them in new and different ways.
We will use the CAPA 2008 Nature Competition Rules with a small modification. These rules will are posted Competitions Forum. CAPA 2008 Nature rules We will allow the following modification: Images of animals in captivity are permitted providing the hand of man is not evident.
Bill will share with us his journey on trying to get to the ‘Next Level’ as well as thoughts of other artists from a multitude of disciplines. The evening will feature a couple of Bill’s AV Shows including a show on the Yukon/Northern British Columbia areas.
I bet you can find curves wherever you are. Show us!
Frank Gunn, an Ottawa native, started shooting for the Canadian Press in 1984 and hired on staff in 1992.
Frank will present his work in covering national and international sporting events along with many political and news events.
Frank was nominated for five National Newspaper Awards and has won three National Awards.
Though our eye sees in three dimension, by their nature, photographs are only two dimensional. For this assignment, the photographer much use perspective and compositional elements to impart a sense of scale to the viewer.
Like abstract art, Abstract photography concentrates on shape, form, colour, pattern and texture. The viewer is often unable to see the whole object. The focus is often only a small part of it. Viewers of an abstract shot may only know the essence of the abstraction or understand it by what is implied. Normally the object or image will not be a literal view of the subject.
The abstract must be man-made.
Your image must be about doors.
Figurative or literal intepretations permitted.
A photographic portrait which is a representation of a living person, especially the face, OR a photograph in which the subject, the human body, is the primary interest.
Entries are limited to POSED photographs of one or more human beings.
The backgrounds may include statues or paintings of people, providing these are NOT the primary subject.
Pet and animal portraits are excluded.
There are no restrictions on location (indoors or outdoors) nor on lighting (ambient or artificial) however both must be CONSIDERED and CONTROLLED.
Celebrating 75 Years tells the story of the RA Photo Club's successful growth from its beginnings upstairs from a downtown Ottawa café. In 40 pages with about 70 photos, it is a treasure trove of anecdotes tracing photography's development in the biggest photo club in Canada's capital. Based since the 1960s at the RA Centre on Riverside Drive, this lively group of activist photographers thrives on learning taste and technique from experts and especially each other.
By Photo Club members for present and past club members, this handy and handsome booklet is on sale weekly at Tuesday club meetings for just $10.
If you can't make it to meetings, you can have a copy mailed to you by the RA Centre for $15. Just phone Raquel Leger (613-736-6226), give address and credit card details, and your copy will be on its way.