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Nov
04
  1.   Meeting
  2.    Public
  1.   4th Nov, 2019
Darren Creighton is an enthusiastic and insightful photographer, In 1997 he picked up his father's 35mm Minolta, made his first print in the darkroom and was hooked. Hispast experience in the traditio...

Darren Creighton is an enthusiastic and insightful photographer, In 1997 he picked up his father's 35mm Minolta, made his first print in the darkroom and was hooked. His
past experience in the traditional darkroom and his passion for the craft is evident in
both his imagery and his presentations.

Accomplishments include a cover story for Niagara Magazine, teaching photography at the Pumphouse Gallery in Niagara on the Lake, numerous awards & print sales to private & corporate clients.

Darren sees photography as an exploration of your vision and ideas mixed with light,
composition, storytelling, technique & sometimes luck.

"I love how with camera in hand, you see and appreciate the world in a whole new way"

Guests are always welcome - guest fee is $10

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  2.   2302 Bridge Rd,...
Nov
10
  1.   Meetup
  2.    Public
  1.   10th Nov, 2019
CONFIRMED OUTING This outing is set up to allow photographers who work during the week to benefit from a group outing. Outing to Sherman and Tiffany Falls to practice long exposure shots of flowing ...

CONFIRMED OUTING

This outing is set up to allow photographers who work during the week to benefit from a group outing.

Outing to Sherman and Tiffany Falls to practice long exposure shots of flowing water and get more great fall colour shots for the 2nd challenge.

Meet in the QEP parking lot AHEAD of 7:30AM, we leave at 7:30. We will work out carpooling based on who is there. 

Recommended gear:

Tripod, polarizing or ND filters, BOOTS and dress warmly.

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Nov
18
  1.   Meeting
  2.    Public
  1.   18th Nov, 2019
Deborah Samuel was born in Vancouver, Canada. Her family moved to Toronto and then to Ireland before she was 14. She studied art in Ireland at Limerick College of Art and Design and then returned to C...

Deborah Samuel was born in Vancouver, Canada. Her family moved to Toronto and then to Ireland before she was 14. She studied art in Ireland at Limerick College of Art and Design and then returned to Canada to study photography at Sheridan College.

Deborah Samuel was quickly recognized for the distinct style of her fashion photographs and for her intuitive and intense portraits of celebrities, musicians and writers like Leonard Cohen, Margaret Atwood, Rush and Queen Noor, while she refined her personal work and exhibited extensively. Professional opportunities required time spent in New York, London and Los Angeles before she ultimately decided to settle in LA where she became an in demand editorial portrait photographer. Deborah Samuel worked for magazines such as GQ, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Spin and Entertainment Weekly, in addition to directing music videos for musicians and bands for numerous record companies.  Concurrently, in the galleries, Deborah Samuel’s photographs of nudes explored the pursuit of perfection in the media age- a prescient topic. Later her work evolved into formal portrait studies of animals and nature.

In 2012, The Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto exhibited ELEGY, a poetic solo exhibition of animal bones.
In 2017, The Gardiner Museum, exhibited ARTIFACT, an exhibition of strikingly creative photographs-elements of the divine.

Deborah Samuel currently lives in Prince Edward County, Ontario where she keeps a studio, Mac, her Jack Russell and Crow, a Spanish Mustang. She shows her photographs in the United States, Canada and internationally. Her work resides in the collections of the Royal Ontario Museum, Winnipeg Art Museum and Santa Barbara Art Museum as well as numerous private and corporate collections. Deborah Samuel has lectured and led photography workshops throughout North America. She has published three books, Dog and Pup, a collection of canine portraits, and The Extraordinary Beauty of Birds: Designs, Patterns and Details. 

Guests are always welcome - guest fee is $10

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  2.   2302 Bridge Rd,...
Nov
29
  1.   Competition
  2.    Public
  1.   29th Nov, 2019
The Oakville Camera Club is delighted to invite you to the 2019 Capture Oakville Member Exhibition. Please join us on Friday, November 29, 2019 as we announce the winners of our 2019 Capture Oakv...
The Oakville Camera Club is delighted to invite you to the 2019 Capture Oakville Member Exhibition.

Please join us on Friday, November 29, 2019 as we announce the winners of our 2019 Capture Oakville Member Exhibition for A Year In Transition.

The Exhibition and Reception will be in the Main Gallery of the Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre, 2302 Bridge Road, Oakville.
Additional details to follow when available. We look forward to seeing you there!
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