Antarctica Through the Lens

Thursday November 16th @ Vaughan City Playhouse Theater

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CAPA Judging Course – Hamilton ON

Judging Course
Saturday, November 4, 2017
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Barton Stone United Church, Hamilton ON

It is open to anyone who wishes to advance their knowledge on what is looked for by judges when evaluating images, for those that would like to pursue Certification as a CAPA Judge, and for those already Certified judges who are wishing to update their status and fulfill the 5 year refresher requirement.

Prices for the course are:
CAPA Individual Members   $125.oo per person, plus taxes
Host Club Members             $125.00 per person, plus taxes
Non-CAPA Members            $175.00 per person, plus taxes
**Current CAPA Judges       $  75.00 per person, plus taxes
**holds a valid CAPA individual members & is currently on the CAPA judges list**
Space is limited to 40 participants.

Please follow this link for further information and registration: https://capacanada.ca/events/judging-course-hamilton/

“How to Create Successful Macro Images” Seminar

The Photographic Arts Society of NWPA is presenting a full-day Photography Seminar
How to Create Successful Macro Images” 
with
Mike Moats, Award-winning Macro Photographer
Saturday, November 4, 20179:30 am to 3:30 pm
Gannon University, Zurn Science Center Rm 101
Cost: $59 (includes lunch in the Gannon Univ Cafeteria)

NFRCC Digital Seminar with Bill Fortney, October 14, Hamburg, NY

Forest City Photographers’ Guild Key Speaker Fall Session

The Forest City Photographers’ Guild would like to invite all members from the local Camera Clubs to see our Key Speaker for the fall session.

AN EXILES SELF PORTRAIT....presented by Rafael Goldchain

October 7th, 2017 10am-1pm

Members $10.00
Guests $25.00

Register at www.fcphotoguild.ca

397 Springbank Drive London, Ontario
St.Michaels and All Angels Church

A Forest City Photographers' Guild feature presentation.

 

 

Burlington Culture Days

Burlington Culture Days is this coming Saturday September 30th.
(Photo-grams for kids, and a "bring a negative, we will help you print it" workshop.)

The Winning Images NFRCC

Aug 30 -  Oct 14

Please click on below PDF for more details.

GTCCC Judges’ Course, 23 Sep in Richmond Hill

Saturday, September 23rd with the Seminar held at the Bond Arena in Richmond Hill.

Who can attend:

New Judge Candidates from GTCCC member clubs, current experienced GTCCC judges who need to complete the mandatory refresh and interested GTCCC member club members who are curious about how images are judged, which can assist them in making better competition images.

Description:

Whether you want to be a Photo Judge or just want the insight in the judging process to improve your photography, this course is for you. This full day seminar will go through all the various genres and categories that are used in the GTCCC clubs, methods for evaluating images, use of scoring models, proper commenting skills and a hands on Judging demonstration. If you are a Judge in Training, this seminar is a requirement on your progress to accreditation. If you are a photographer who just wants to improve your skills and/or optimize your images for competition, this course will detail what the judges look for in scoring those winning images.
This Seminar is also for existing accredited GTCCC Judges who have not had a refresher within the past 5 years. As you know, the GTCCC requires judges to stay current and this seminar will address changes in technology, changes in photography trends, use of scoring models, assessing images, commenting skills and online judging. We will have hands on demonstrations as well a chance to discuss among your fellow peers.
As we've had 3 refresher courses already, this will be the last one until 2020. If you have judges within your club that need to be refreshed, it's imperative that they attend this one to stay on the list.
This is a full day course. Refreshment and snacks for breaks are supplied. Lunch is not included, but you are free to bring your own or visit any of the local eateries nearby. Course handbook and Certificate of Attendance will be supplied.
Light refreshments will be supplied during the breaks. Lunch is not included but you are free to bring your own or step out to the numerous restaurants in the area.

Cost:

  • For New Judges, Judges in Training (JiTs) or any club member who wants to learn the process: $110.
  • For Existing GTCCC Judges who need to be recertified : $65
 
Registration is open online at https://www.gtccc.ca/judges/

GTCCC Fall Retreat in Muskoka, 13-15 October

A message from GTCCC:

We'll be at the incredible Taboo Muskoka Resort near Gravenhurst to coincide with the famous Cranberry Festival.
Activities and Events include Keynotes and Shoots on Landscape and Astrophotography, Raptor shoot with Muskoka Birds of Prey on site, Portraiture with Amplis & Henrys, Software Tips & Tricks with Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials plus much, much more.

This is a premium retreat compared to last year's Geneva Park and the GTCCC is partially subsidizing to make it affordable and includes accommodations for 2 nights and all meals for Saturday and Sunday. Basic Costs for the Weekend which include all taxes and gratuities are:

  • Shared Double Queen Room - $515
  • Single King Room - $566.50
  • Saturday Day only - $206

Full itinerary and details are on the GTCCC Retreat page at : https://www.gtccc.ca/retreat/

Richard Martin at Barrie Photo Club in November: early bird discount until 30 July

A message from the Barrie Photo Club:

The Club will be hosting a special one day seminar on November 18th, The Alternative Eye & the Art of Photography featuring Richard Martin, whom many of you know from previous workshops that you or other club members have attended.  If your members are interested in developing creative ways to further their photography, then this seminar given by this Kingston based photographer and teacher will be of great interest.  I had the privilege of hearing him speak in London a couple of years ago and you definitely come away inspired about the world of photography.

All of the information about the seminar can be found at www.barriephotoclub.ca/richardmartin and your members can register there and pay either by e-transfer or by mailing a cheque to our Treasurer.

There is a special early bird rate of $75 for those who register by July 30th and after that the rate increases to $90.

Hoping that many of you and your club members will be able to attend the seminar.

If you have any questions about this seminar, please do not hesitate to contact speakers@barriephotoclub.ca .