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FVI Contest Judging
Fraser Valley Invitational 2019 (12:00 AM PDT)
Status: Judged Competition Type: !RPC External Contest Candidates
Field Trip to Reifel Sanctuary May 9th 10:00 am (10:00 AM PDT)
Come and enjoy a pleasant morning photographing some birds.  We can meet after in Delta for refreshments. If there is heavy rain on the day of the visit and the trip is cancelled, an email will be sent to those who have registered by 8:30 am.
The Lower Mainland Challenge 2019 (7:00 PM PDT)
Time to judge... Tonight we will be judging members' entries into the Lower Mainland Challenge competition If you didn't get the memo, here are the details: The Lower Mainland Challenge Here is your opportunity to be an inquisitive explorer and intrepid photographer - with a creative streak. Between now and the end of April, go and explore one location (or more) in the Lower Mainland, but outside Richmond, and shoot the heck out of it, trying to show it in a new and different way while still capturing the essence and  spirit of the place.  Give each photo a title. Submit up to 4 digital images (no prints) to the Lower Mainland Challenge competition on our website.  You can find it on the calendar on May 14, or from the menu: Competitions > Competition Management > Submit Images to a Competition and choose the Lower Mainland Challenge from the list. If you need help using the website, email: RPC.WebManager@gmail.com or RPC.ClubCompetitions@gmail.com Format your images as if for evaluation (max 1600 pixels wide x 1200 high) and name each file with the image title.  Do not include your name or any other information.  Final deadline for image submission is 11.30 pm on Tuesday May 7. Following are some suggested locations, but there are many other possibilities: a)   BC Ferries (e.g. take a walk-on day trip to Swartz Bay (or a Gulf Island) and back) b)   Squamish Railway Heritage park. c)   Dr. Sun Yat-sen garden (Vancouver) d)   Chinatown (Vancouver) e)   Nitobe Memorial Garden (UBC) f)    UBC campus g)   Heritage Vancouver (older ‘heritage’ architecture in the city) h)   Lighthouse Park (West Vancouver) i)    Farming in the Lower Mainland j)    Reifel bird sanctuary (Ladner) k)   Granville Island l)    Other – must be outside Richmond but within the Lower Mainland At our regular meeting on May 14th all the images submitted will be shown and judged on the basis of three equally-weighted criteria: ·        Technical s
Lower Mainland Challenge 2019 (7:00 PM PDT)
Status: Judged Competition Type: !RPC Internal
Annual General Meeting and Results of the Lower Mainland Challenge 2019 (7:00 PM PDT)
Attend the AGM then view the results of this year's Lower Mainland Challenge
Evaluation - Fun & Creative Photography (12:00 AM PDT)
Status: Open Closes: Monday, May 27, 2019 7:00 PM Competition Type: !RPC Evaluations
Image Evaluation - Fun and Creative Photography (7:00 PM PDT)
Tonight' s theme is to have fun with your photos and come up with images that stand out from the crowd and wow with with their originality and creativity. "If you’re standing upright, pointing your camera at obvious subjects, from obvious perspectives, at obvious times the day, the resulting photographs will be nothing more than…obvious.Your photos will not differentiate themselves, as is the intentions of so many photographers.  Everyone wants ‘different’ images that catch the public’s eye. But many do not take this into consideration while out with their camera. Many more do take it into consideration, but let the perception of passers-by impact their willingness to get into a unique position from which to gain an interesting perspective, to implement that prop that’ll make the photo fun and unique, or to point the lens toward subjects most people walk by without notice.  If you’re standing upright, pointing your camera at obvious subjects, from obvious perspectives, at obvious times the day, Unless an unusual opportunity presents itself, you can assume that a photograph which is easy to obtain has already been taken by numerous other photographers. But, if you have to get down on the ground to find a unique view of the subject, or if you are sticking your lens out of the window of a cab who’s driver is eying you down in the rear-view mirror, chances are you’ll come away with something unique. Aside from potentially gaining an advantage over the army of other photographers ‘on the street,’ you’ll also fundamentally alter the way you view the world. After paying attention to different scenes, lighting, perspectives, textures, etc."       - Ryan Pendleton, Digital Photography School


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