Toronto Camera Club Public Evening: A Photo Journey

25 and 26 April, Toronto

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Latow-Melbourne Camera Club AV Exchange

Digital Group - Tuesday, May 21st

Join us for a special presentation of AV shows from members of both the Latow Photographers Guild and the Melbourne Camera Club of Australia. Five shows from each club will be screened through this unique exchange at both clubs this month.

The Melbourne Camera Club will be screening the same shows on May 30th and again at a special showing for their general public on June 1st & 2nd.

Come and join us for this exclusive evening of AV shows at this month's Digital Group - May 21st.

Reminder: April 13th & 14th Annual Photo Weekend

Richard Martin’s Seminar: “The Photographer’s Eye”

Richard's four-part presentation on Saturday is about The Photographer’s Eye. Richard is acknowledged as a master of picture design, and on Saturday he’ll illustrate this with images from recent travels to Morocco, Venice, Oaxaca, Newfoundland, and more.

On Sunday, you can attend one or both of Richard's short sessions on Picture Design and The World at Our Doorstep. These sessions will cover more on techniques than the Saturday presentations.

Location: Art Gallery of Burlington, 1333 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington ON L7S 1A9

For details about the weekend, click here.
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To visit Richard Martin's website, click here.

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2019 Three Club Exhibition and a social meeting

The 2019 Three Club "Photographic Exhibition of Projected Images and Prints" was a great success at the Burlington Seniors' Centre on March 9 with 170 members and family in attendance.  Together, the Hamilton Camera Club, Latow Photographers Guild, and Trillium Photographic Club shared about 150 matted prints for the enjoyment of the attendees.  Each club's 17 minute A/V show displayed additional images placed to music.  Latow AV show was created by Jay Trout, click here to see the video or upload it to your device for further enjoyment.
Coffee, tea, soft drinks, water and dessert items were provided.
The Three Club committee included (from left to right) Roger Crysler and Chuck Burdick from Latow; David Evans and Jim Maguire from Trillium, and Juraj Dolanjski from Hamilton. (see the picture below)


And again our video is for the grab from:

April 26 – 28, 2019 – CAN AM Photo Expo by NFRCC

The Can Am Photo Expo is an annual event sponsored by the Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Clubs. This year this educational convention will be held at the Buffalo Grand Hotel, Buffalo, NY on April 26, 27 & 28 2019

The three-day program offers classes and activities for three levels of photographic expertise, from beginner to advanced, and in specific will provide:

  • Over 70 educational class to choose from
  • Hands-on Workshops
  • Photoshoots
  • Print and Digital Image Competition Salons
  • Portfolio Review sessions
  • Trade Show
  • Awards Celebration and Gala
  • After Hours Party

The Detailed schedule is posted:

There are still a couple of things that need to be confirmed up but for the most part, what is on the schedule is firm. Tracks, Times and room locations are final.

Conference Tickets
$189 US — All-Conference Pass
$89 US — Daily Unlimited

Drop-in Classes
$45 — Single Class
$90 — 3 Class Package

The parking fee: it is $5.00 per day and we will have Parking Vouchers at the registration desk. People need to get their parking voucher when they check in not when they decide to go home.


DIGITAL GROUP - Tues. Jan. 22nd

We think of the photographic image over history as a “truthful” representation and the modern digital image subject to manipulation where we can’t tell what is “real”, however pictures have been altered for a variety of reasons from advertising and propaganda, to political purposes and artistic creations since the dawn of photography.

For our January meeting I’ll be looking at how the photographic image has been manipulated from the beginning.

Looking forward to seeing you for this special presentation... Paul

Mississauga Camera Club: Aperture, Shutter and ISO: Manipulating the Three

Saturday October 20th, from 9am until noon.

Mississauga Camera Club is having a workshop with Chris Alexander at the Mississauga Senior's Center, 1389 Cawthra Rd, Mississauga, just south of the QEW.
Our building is next to the Carmen Corbasson Community Center, towards the east end of the parking lot

Aperture, Shutter and ISO: Manipulating the Three

A workshop exploring the interrelationship between Aperture, Shutter, and ISO.
By working in Manual Mode rather than Automatic or Priority Modes you will discover how to manipulate them as a group and achieve a properly exposed image based on the type of picture you want to take.
You will learn how to decide which of the 3 elements takes priority while adjusting the others to maintain your required exposure and exercise creativity for your final result.
Attendees should bring their camera and know how to set manual mode and how to change aperture, shutter speed and ISO from the camera operating manual. It is important that you should familiarize yourself with the manual operation of your particular camera model and be able to individually set the Aperture, Shutter and ISO.

About Chris Alexander:

Chris worked for 28 years in the motion pictures camera department, beginning as a Focus Puller and eventually working as a Camera Operator and Director of Photography. After leaving film, he spent 8 years as a Global Product Manager for Chris worked for 28 years in the motion pictures camera department, beginning as a Focus Puller and eventually working as a Camera Operator and Director of Photography. After leaving film, he spent 8 years as a Global Product Manager for Rosco, specializing in a Polarizing material used in Broadcast News and Sports. Some of his photographic work can be seen at:

Parking is free, there is a $10 charge at the door.
Please respond your intention to attend: larryjewett (at)

AV Festival Video Premiere

Tues. Sept. 18th

Join us for us for a special premiere presentation of the video produced in coordination with Your TV Cogeco celebrating the AV medium and the 2018 Latow International AV Festival.

September 22nd – PASNWPA

PASNWPA is hosting a full-day photography seminar by Award-Winning Photographer Ellen Anon
“Not Just Another Shot”
WHEN: Saturday, September 22, 2018 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
WHERE: Gannon University, Zurn Science Center Room 104
143 W 7th St, Erie, PA 16501
COST: $49, including lunch · Reservations required

Please click on PDF below for details.


Visions of Ontario – September 8th & 9th in Oakville, Ontario

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Visions of Ontario - Recent Landscapes of Ann Oakley & Cathy Lorraway