Author Archives: Dawn

About Dawn

Dawn is passionate about many things. Her faith in God, the love of her life Doug and she also enjoys photography. She has enjoyed traveling this beautiful country and loves photographing diverse landscapes and a variety of wildlife. She enjoys photographing High School Seniors, and doing head shots for music and theater performers. She continues to expand her portfolio in Night photography as well.

Thursday’s product class and stack focusing vid.

Cool video on stack focusing by Dave Morrow (No relation).

  • Looking forward to meeting Mike Davenport this week. I spoke with Bob Ingelhart, local stock/product photographer who’s spoke with the club previously. He was out of town for this class Thursday night, but referred me to Mike who will be donating his time and equipment to do hands on teaching for our requested class on product photography. Similar to Mel Morris’ image of the wine and cheese in the last competition which garnered some interest, Mike specializes in this type of work in order to sell his stock photography. John Barbier, is recovering from minor surgery but will be providing us with subject matter for our project. This is a first time class for this educator, so I hope folks will attend. Hope to see you there.

Contest due date extension

Due to a low number of entries thusfar, We are extending the January club contest due date thru the weekend, Sunday the 7th at midnight. Send your Spirit of the season theme images to . Looking forward to everyone’s interpretation of the theme. Thank you..

Reminder to bring your dues, membership application and your liability form to our January meeting in order to qualify for placement in the competition.

See you at the banquet!!


Website Update

Hello everyone,
I’ve officially added all users, and have updated the preferences, I’m hoping everyone is back on the list to receive emails. Please let me know if you’ve previously not received emails, and are now receiving them. I apologize for the delay on this, I hope to see you all in the morning to head up to see the horses.