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Monthly Archives: September 2010
Bill Woodley, the Club’s man at the galleries, writes: Photo shows are thriving in the Ottawa area, to the point where there may be some interest in a regular summary of what’s happening. Every month I will try to provide this … Continue reading
Members who attended last season’s Bruce Wilson competition will undoubtedly remember Bill Young’s mesmerising Dune Abstract prints, now the rest of the world gets to see this work in the superbly printed pages of LensWork magazine. A portfolio of Bill’s images of the … Continue reading
Club members Abigail Gossage, April Weedon,, Bill Woodley, Debbie Miller, Izabel Dabrowski, Jeanne Laux & Wita Schliewen are represented in the current RAPC Gallery show, now on and up until the week of 31 October. For more information about the … Continue reading
Update: a few photos from the Open House taken by Club member Howard Sandler - thanks Howard! Also the winner of the random draw is Mihir Malave and the print chosen is Bruno Di Lalla’s image Horse Shoe Canyon.
Festival X’ers looking at Peter Juranka’s images at the vernissage last Sunday. A high quality group show by the way, many members will remember Rob James who is showing his intriguing photographs of the Ottawa doll restorers. Peter has more … Continue reading
From Red Wall Gallery: RED WALL GALLERY: presents SINGULAR Artist: GROUP SHOW Vernissage: Friday September 24th, 2010, 17:00 – 21:00 On View:September 24th – October 26, 2010 Mon – Fri 10:00 -18:00, Sat 10:00-15:00
From Pierre Gauthier (Nature Group Leader): Hi Everyone ! To start the 2010-11 Nature Group Season we will be doing an outing to Brown & Carman Lakes Trails #71 & 72 on Saturday September 25-10.
Club member Maureen Murphy (RAPC Urban Group Assistant) invites RA Photo Club members to The Ottawa School of Art Orleans Campus for an exhibition in conjunction with the X Ottawa Photography Festival. Maureen is participating in the juried exhibition.
Bruno Di Lalla (Competitions Committee Chair) reports on the first competition of the season in this post. Congratulations to everyone who partcipated and especially to the Club’s new member of the elite Master group – continue reading after the break … Continue reading
NEW DEADLINE to submit to SLIDELUCK POTSHOW: Saturday Sept. 25. Original post below.
From Festival X: X Portfolio Review presented by EPSON Come have your work reviewed by the experts at Festival X’s Portfolio Review. This years reviewers include: Tony Martins, Dr. Lilly Koltun, Marie-Jeanne Musiol, Claudio Marzano and Jonathan Shaughnessy. [Links for … Continue reading
Nature competition presentation, more info. Also Open House print submissions.
In September 2000 Canon launched the Canon Powershot G1 camera, 10 years later #10 in the “G line has just been announced, the G12 (for some obscure reason they passed on the G4 & G8 model numbers). I’m sure … Continue reading
From the Canadian Association for Photographic Art (CAPA): [your Club is a member of CAPA] Hello CAPA Clubs Welcome back to another year of competition participation!! I’m looking forward to seeing your images!
From Bob Matyas (RAPC Chair): In response to comments received in the RA Photo Club member survey conducted last Spring, we have implemented Club Night Exit Polls that allow attendees to provide an assessment of the evening soon after the … Continue reading
From Corry Berghout (Urban Group Leader): [Info about the event follows plus a lot of great tips for this type of shooting and more of Marc Gaudet's nightime images] Star Trails and light painting at ruins on Mackenzie King’s Estate. … Continue reading
…A photo club without a club photographer! Hard to believe but your Club is currently without a photographer to take pictures at Club events. The role of Club photographer offers you a great opportunity to practice your candid portrait & … Continue reading
Competion judging 16 Sep. 2010, More info.
Club member Corry Berghout’s work has been recognised by Ottawa Citizen readers who voted her shot “I’d Hit That” top photo for August. Corry is the Club’s Urban Group Leader. Congratulations Corry! More info.
From Izabel Dabrowski (Open House Convenor): Open House will be on September 28th. To make it a success, we still need more of your AV Shows.
Tina Picard – fashion and portrait photographer. More info REMINDER – Bring your Open House Prints to this Tuesday’s meeting. REMINDER – Nature competition deadline is this Tuesday.
Use this: To get pics in this kind of light: taken with the Zeiss Distagon T* 1,4/35 lens (for the ZE (Canon EOS) and Nikon (ZF.2) mounts) available for pre-order (the cost is $1843) from Big Camera Workshops in Canada … Continue reading
From Sterling Lynch (Gallery Director, Exposure Gallery): EXPOSURE GALLERY – VERNISSAGE City Decoding Raymond Aubin, Manon Francoeur, Raymond Savard Thursday, September 9th, 2010, 6:00PM – 8:00PM
From Festival X: INVITATION TO ATTEND MEDIA LAUNCH An invitation to attend Festival X Media Launch Sept. 14, 2010 at 2 PM, at Arc the Hotel (140 Slater Street) http://www.festivalx.ca/html/english/home.html
From Dale Smith Gallery: IN THE PLAYROOM FEATURED ARTIST: JONATHAN HOBIN DALESMITHGALLERY is pleased to present In the Playroom, a stunning new body of work by Ottawa photographer and art director Jonathan Hobin.