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May
25

OCC Studio Workshop - 2019

  1.   Workshop
  2.    Public
  1.   25th May, 2019
Back by popular demand, the OCC is very excited to offer its members an opportunity to hone their studio photography skills.   To ensure that members get the best opportunity to shoot, participa...

Back by popular demand, the OCC is very excited to offer its members an opportunity to hone their studio photography skills.  

To ensure that members get the best opportunity to shoot, participation will be limited to 18 participants.  Workshop participants will be broken into three groups and will rotate through three stations.

Station 1 : Light Painting : Led by Rafal Kiermacz

Learn about Light Painting photography in a small group environment. You will be photographing amazing models by using very long exposures in a dark studio setting. We will be combining studio strobes as well as continuos light sources to create some very interesting portraits.

You will need to bring your tripod and your camera. You will also need a lens that can manually focus. Recommended focal length is 24-80mm. Optionally you may also bring any funky light sources you may have like interesting Christmas lights or unusual glow sticks or flashlights.

 

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Station 2 : Speedlight / Natural Light Photography : Led by Kevin Chan

Weather permitting this session may take our members outdoors. Learn about portrait photography outdoors lit with natural light and speedlights. The focus will be working with the ambient light and outdoor locations to make interesting portraits. If the weather is poor, we will be working with some natural indoor light and learning how to adapt our lights in different situations. We will be working with multiple lights, soft boxes, grids, and gels. 

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Station 3: Small Product Photography : Led by Mike Weber 

Shooting in the studio is not just about taking pictures of people.  This station will introduct participans to small product and/or still life photography.  Learn how to take pictures of small object that could be used in an advertisement or a way to capture the pride and joy of a persons collection, whatever it may be.

 

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Schedule

08:30 AM - 08:45 AM  - Setup and Registration
08:45 AM - 09:00 AM - Introduction and schedule review
09:15 AM - 10:45 AM - Session #1
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM - Session #2
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM - PIZZA LUNCH
1:30 PM   - 3:00 PM - Session #3

 

Pricing

Members $90

Non-Members $95

 

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May
27

CONSERVATION PHOTOGRAPHY WITH NEIL EVER OSBORNE

  1.   Meeting
  2.    Public
  1.   27th May, 2019
Neil is a Toronto-based conservation photojournalist and visual artist working to express the inextricable link between people and planet. His work is deeply rooted in a documentary approach that bear...

Neil is a Toronto-based conservation photojournalist and visual artist working to express the inextricable link between people and planet. His work is deeply rooted in a documentary approach that bears witness to humanity’s ecological footprint–the impact of human activities on nature. This work is principally carried out in protected places that celebrate pristine wilderness and in places in peril that draw attention to habitats that still need protection.

Neil collaborates with domestic and international publications, NGOs, charities, corporations, philanthropists, Indigenous nations, fine art galleries, and with a growing community of online advocates who align with his values.

Guests are always welcome - guest fee is $10

 

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Jun
10

A LOOK ACROSS CANADA SHOOTING LUMIX WITH CHRIS PEPPER

  1.   Meeting
  2.    Public
  1.   10th Jun, 2019
NOTE - new date for this event! "A look across Canada shooting Lumix" will take you to places one could only describe as magical. From bears and birds along the shorelines, to whales and an abundance...

NOTE - new date for this event!

"A look across Canada shooting Lumix" will take you to places one could only describe as magical. From bears and birds along the shorelines, to whales and an abundance of sea life in the oceans. Landscapes of untouched mountains, beautiful fall colours to northern lights dancing in the sky.

Chris Pepper is wildlife and landscape photographer that has been traveling with his camera for many years now. His accomplishments has landed him images and articles in wildlife magazines, international photo campaigns and a position with Panasonic Lumix as a Storyteller.

Guests are always welcome - guest fee is $10

 

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Jun
24

SPRING CHALLENGE 2019 RESULTS NIGHT

  1.   Challenge
  2.    Public
  1.   24th Jun, 2019
Photo Credit:  Henri Cartier-Bresson Challenge Themes: Challenge 1: Minimalistic Winter Landscape  (NEW!!!) Challenge 2: Capture a Great Reflection Challenge 3: Capture the Decisive Mom...

Photo Credit:  Henri Cartier-Bresson

Challenge Themes:

Challenge 1: Minimalistic Winter Landscape  (NEW!!!)

Challenge 2: Capture a Great Reflection

Challenge 3: Capture the Decisive Moment  (http://erickimphotography.com/blog/2010/07/01/“how-to-masterthe-decisive-moment”/ ) & (http://erickimphotography.com/blog/2016/08/16/7-tips-how-to-capture-the-decisive-moment-in-street-photography/ ).

Submission deadline for images: May 27, 2019.

Judging results will be presented at the June 24, 2019 club meeting.

Guests are always welcome - guest fee is FREE for this event

Click here for the complete rules: https://www.oakvillecameraclub.com/challenges/challenge-rules

Click here for the descriptions of the challenge themes: https://www.oakvillecameraclub.com/challenges/challenge-themes

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