I need club members participation in the upcoming meeting on Tuesday night. We’re having a discussion about Photolabs/Printers. Please bring a photography product bought from a photo lab, print shop. The point is to learn from each other where we might want to shop or not want to shop (for prints, books, products) and obstacles that we find along the way. Its ok if we’ve already seen it before, it does not have to be new. Please be willing to share price too.
March27 meeting minutes:
Dawn opened meeting. New business: Ona volunteered to head up the Calendar again this year. Please submit your wildlife photos to Ona -Onamaedit@yahoo.com by MAY 1st. Dawn and Jeff talked about March outing to Cisco, Fisher Towers. Town of Cisco has been bought. You do need permission to photograph there, so please see the owner if you go out there.
PSA photos are due April 1st. Category is open. Look at the PSA on the web go down to interclub competition to view the photos for an idea of what wins.
Lupe introduced Scott Folsom from Creative Tinkering. Scott game a presentation on his digital negative process.
For the March competition Red, (and print),Ed did the commentary and presented the judges comments. Ed gave detailed discussion on each photo. The winners are First place Annette Collier, 2nd Vera Mulder, 3rd Ed Kunzelman, and 4th Vickie Jones. For peoples choice – Renee Walendowski.
April 1, 2018 is the next competition deadline. This is for the Photographic Society of America inter-club competition. Check out the PSA website and decide your entry !!
The theme is “Open” (no theme). For information go to the TMCC website, click on the Competitions tab and the “Schedule and Guidelines” document.
Thank you to everyone that came to the print meeting last night!. It was great to see so many people there and of course to see so many cool prints. I find it energizing to see other peoples prints, and to see their ideas. It is a motivating effect and makes me want to get out there and take some more photo’s and of course do the work to print them out.
What is also great is to see the print mediums used. sometimes you wonder what something would look like in metallic or Matt etc. Or in any other format. The feedback was great, it really helps to see how someone chooses to frame a scene.
If you get a chance to come to one of these print meetings, please keep in mind that you don’t spend a fortune to bring a print. home printer, office depot, (color laser $2) walmart, It doesn’t matter, sharing your thoughts and time is appreciated!
I would of course like to send a special thanks to ED and the club for putting the meeting on and providing space. (We needed the front two rows to show all the prints brought!) Ed your time is appreciated and helping to drive the conversation very much appreciated!
I look forward to the next one!
TMCC Jan 23 meeting
Dawn opened meeting. New business: Dog sled races is next outing on Grand Mesa, Jan 27. Print meeting is Feb 28th 7pm. This is to help those for the March print competition. Ed said to bring something or idea that you want to accomplish this year (photography wise). The theme for March competition is Red.
Competitions coming up are Feb. -open which is PSA. March 1st- Club print competition is Red. April 1st-PSA -theme open. May 1st-Black and White.
Outings: In February we will have a snow outing TBA. March 24th Moab outing.
Sharon presented the PSA competition results: Jeff Stoddart got an award for 1st place PSA award. She explained how the judges score: 9 pts total, 3 pts for technical, 3 for impact, 3 for composition. The following were selected for PSA: Marina Schultz score 23.5, Sharon Bradshaw score 24, Cheryl Sweers 25.5, Joan Robinson 22.75, Lupe Herrera -her Red photo, Robert Pratt 22.5, And Ona Griffiths 24 pts.
Lupe and Sharon presented the Holiday Spirit competition results:
John Barbier -1st place, Jeff Stoddart- 2nd place, Annette Collier 3rd place, and Lupe Herrera-4th place.
Sharon gave a slide show of members best 3 photos of 2017. Jamie Hartman gave a presentation of video/slideshow he made in Valley of Gods, Utah.
Upcoming classes for February is 2/8/18 Product photography at 3575 G Road in Palisade 6 pm. Then for March on 3/9/18 Color proofing. 7 pm at 1000 N 9th St Suite 20.
Fyi – According to the Sled dog race website, this event has been cancelled. Please spread the word.
Cool video on stack focusing by Dave Morrow (No relation). https://youtu.be/Jqyh_ijbVZc
- 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.
The deadline for submitting your entry into the February Photographic Society of America club competition is now February 4, 2018. That is tomorrow folks !! Please submit proper size (max 1024 pix horizontal, 768 pix vertical) and file type (j[g) and file name (with photo title and your name)
Just to let folks know that the Dog sled races have been rescheduled for February 17th.
For anyone who’s interested in macro photography, Mike Moats is coming to Loveland, CO on May 12th and 13th, 2018. He is an award winning macro photographer based in Sterling, MI. Check out his website – tinylandscapes.com – for further information.