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September 2019
September 2019
September 2019
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Presenting Members' Summer Projects (7:00 PM PDT)
Once again our first meeting of the year will be a presentation of members’ summer projects. Now is the time to start thinking of a theme and collecting or creating images for your summer project. SUBJECT MATTER This can be a series of digital images in a slideshow presentation, maybe on a theme of what you did last summer i.e. travel or other activities OR It may be a demonstration of a new technique that you have learned or an illustration of the technique using a series of images OR It may be one image that has been manipulated in post-processing, showing a number of versions of the same image, and how you got to the finished product. MEETING TIME LINE  • 6:30–7:00 bring your images on a memory stick or on a disk and arrive early for our projectionist to begin loading images into the computer.  • 7:15 – 8:00  the first half of the projects will be shown  • 8:00 – 8:15 coffee  • 8:15 – 9:00 the last half of the projects will be shown  ORGANIZING YOUR PROJECT ON YOUR MEMORY STICK • Put all your images into one folder so they will be easy to locate, and put your name on the folder  • Order the images inside the folder by labelling each jpeg with a 2-digit number and your name, or a number and image title e.g. 01 Name, 02 Name etc. This will ensure that your images are displayed in the order you intend.  TIME ALLOTMENT  • Each person’s presentation must be less than 10 minutes in total to allow time for 10 – 15 people to show projects  • It will take longer to talk than to show the images;  • Decide on the number of images based on how much talking you plan to do:  more talk = fewer pictures; more pictures = less talk.  PROJECT TITLE  • Please e mail the title of your project and its length to Martin Forbes at by Monday Sept.9. • Computer speakers will be set up in case your presentation requires sound.  IMAGE SIZE  • Size your images the same as you would for our evaluation projection 1600 X 1200 pixels
Image Evaluation Meeting (7:00 PM PDT)
As always, our first evaluation is a simple one - I know what you did last summer. The only rule for the photos is that they are "new" - at least one taken since the end of the club year. The judge tonight will be Neil LeNobel, to walk everyone through expectations of judges in evaluations.
Image Evaluation September 2019 (7:00 PM PDT)
Status: Closed Closed: Monday, September 16, 2019 7:00 PM Competition Type: !RPC Evaluations
There is no meeting tonight because of our Lansdowne Exhibit
Culture Days 'Art of Seeing' (11:00 AM PDT)
Have a new camera or a very old one or a phone with a camera? Bring it and join some members of the Richmond Photo Club who will be engaging in activities to learn to look at common objects or subjects in an uncommon way in order to see them differently.  Photography begins with seeing. It is what you do before you click the shutter.  It is what can make your images 'pop' and its fun!!! because it is about discovery. The workshop process and the photo challenge is to see and capture 10 different images of the same subject.  Subject matter and lighting etc, will be provided. Come join us learn something new and meet new people and if you have questions about your camera or about photography in general, ask us.
Field Trip to Fraser Downs Harness Racing (6:30 PM PDT)

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