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Alan Shapriro - Environmental Portraiture Image Review (7:00 PM EST)
This is the review session for member Environmental Portrait images with Alan.  Details for uploading will be sent closer to the time.  See the Eventbrite listing for more info https://www.londoncameraclub.ca/club/See%20the%20Eventbrite%20listing%20for%20more%20info
Lightroom Classic Advanced - Session 1 (7:00 PM EST)
The Advanced level covers additional details of editing images: Sharpening, Noise Reduction and Editing with Purpose. Lightroom Performance improvements are discussed. The Tool Strip of the Develop Module is covered: Cropping, Spot Removal, Healing Tool, Red Eye and Masking. Advanced (2 weeks apart) Session 1 - March 6, 2024 Session 2 - March 20, 2024 Session 3 - April 3, 2024 Session 4 - April 17, 2024 This course is for Lightroom Classic, Version 12 or newer
3rd Competition Results (7:00 PM EDT)
Lightroom Classic Advanced - Session 2 (7:00 PM EDT)
The Advanced level covers additional details of editing images: Sharpening, Noise Reduction and Editing with Purpose. Lightroom Performance improvements are discussed. The Tool Strip of the Develop Module is covered: Cropping, Spot Removal, Healing Tool, Red Eye and Masking. Advanced (2 weeks apart) Session 1 - March 6, 2024 Session 2 - March 20, 2024 Session 3 - April 3, 2024 Session 4 - April 17, 2024 This course is for Lightroom Classic, Version 12 or newer
JP Stones - Storytelling for Photographers
Storytelling for Photographers. Is a talk that looks at the narrative portraiture work JP has done with the Azteca in Mexico Great storytelling can help your audience connect emotionally with your images. But understanding how to weave a narrative into your photography can be confusing. How can one photo tell a whole story, with a beginning, middle, and end? JP has spent the last 5 years photographing the same group of Mexica, or Aztec, dancers. In that time he learned how connected the Mexica are to their mythology. To stories passed down across generations. That’s when he decided that, as these stories were so vital to Mexica culture, they needed to play a bigger role in his portraits. This is a talk is about what happened next. About how a desire to tell stories visually, ended up changing his entire creative process, and the way people react to his photos. Using examples from his cultural photography work in Mexico, JP Stones explores different ways to improve that emotional connection. Including how myths and character archetypes can be harnessed for better storytelling. Working with narratives won’t just change the way people engage with your photos, it will fundamentally change the way you create them. Because that narrative can also be used to guide decisions on posing, composition, lighting, and color. Focusing your creative decisions and ensuring you create cohesive work. JP has presented for professional organizations and camera clubs across the US, Mexico, and the UK. His work has been featured on the cover of multiple publications, including Good Light Magazine. He’s been teaching his Photo Workshops for close to 10 years. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN JP’S TALK  • How much of a story can one photo really tell? • How being more intentional can changed your approach to photography. • How photography can be about making an emotional connection as well as creating beautiful work. • How thinking in stories can help guide your entire creative decis
Lightroom Classic Advanced - Session 3 (7:00 PM EDT)
The Advanced level covers additional details of editing images: Sharpening, Noise Reduction and Editing with Purpose. Lightroom Performance improvements are discussed. The Tool Strip of the Develop Module is covered: Cropping, Spot Removal, Healing Tool, Red Eye and Masking. Advanced (2 weeks apart) Session 1 - March 6, 2024 Session 2 - March 20, 2024 Session 3 - April 3, 2024 Session 4 - April 17, 2024
HYBRID - Shaun Antle - My Photographic Journey (7:00 PM EDT)
This is a Hybrid Event at the church  Shaun is a local travel and wildlife photographer from Sarnia  See Eventbrite for more info https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/shaun-antle-my-photographic-journey-tickets-765415758137?aff=oddtdtcreator


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