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Photo Processing Tips (7:30 PM EDT)
Our experienced & talented members will be presenting a series of photo processing tips to aid in improving your photography skills. There will be a wide range of topics and hopefully everyone in attendance will gain at least one tip & perhaps many from this evening. delete
Terry MacDonald (7:30 PM EDT)
Terry McDonald will be giving a presentation on "My Own Backyard" which focuses on finding inspiration right here at home instead of feeling the need to travel to "exotic places" Terry McDonald is an artist, author and workshop facilitator working in the medium of digital photography. As an artist, he strives to reveal the art inherent in nature, using the craft of photography to accentuate his vision of the beauty and drama before us. His photography reflects his travels, when living and working in East Africa, the UK, Germany and now, back in Canada, hiking, canoeing and nordic skiing in wilderness areas and national parks. Terry's work is in private collections in Canada, the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom and has appeared in photography journal and periodicals. As well, Terry publishes private press books, monographs and folios including collections of photographs from Lake Superior, Tanzania, downtown Toronto, Ottawa and South Florida. Currently, his personal projects include the Landscapes of Wellington County, works from rural Waterloo Region and Ontario's Niagara Escarpment. Learn more about Terry and his work at  https://luxborealis.smugmug.com There will be a $10.00 admission fee for non-members. delete
SIG Night - Location #1 - Richmond and Dundas (7:30 PM EDT)
For our first SIG night (Special Interest Group), we will be doing hands-on shooting at one of three locations.  As we would like to keep track of who is showing up where, we have set up three separate events, and ask that you choose one, and REGISTER for it.  This particular calendar entry is for those wishing to photograph in the Richmond and Dundas location.  Please register using the "Registration" button below if you will be joining us at this location. More about the SIG Night event -- In order to obtain the best experience, there is pre-work: The purpose of this SIG night is to take images of a location at one time of day (at your leisure) and return back to the same location for our SIG night.  This will allow you to witness how an area changes over time. For this project, members will choose one of three locations.  Each location has a specific theme. They are:      1. Richmond and Dundas area - Theme "Social Conscience"  <- this event      2. Forks of Thames - Theme "Cityscape"            3. Mount Pleasant Cemetery -  Theme "Shadows and Light"  We recommend you scout your chosen location, and take day-time images. This first outing is at your convenience, prior to October 19.  On October 19th, return to this location, where you will be met by other photographers in the group, to take after-dark images.   Meetup Location:   There is no advance meet-up at the church. Please meet at the northeast corner of Richmond and Dundas Streets. Theme: "Social Conscience" (a sense of responsibility or concern for the problems and injustices of society) After the event, we will provide instructions on where to post images from both these outings, showcasing the chosen theme.   We will also use these images in an Audio-Visual presentation at our December 14th Potluck gathering. Please register for one of the three locations, so that our SIG Night leaders will have a better idea of numbers, and know to meet you at the site location on the 19th. delete
SIG Night - Location #2 - Forks of the Thames (Museum London) (7:30 PM EDT)
For our first SIG night (Special Interest Group), we will be doing hands-on shooting at one of three locations.  As we would like to keep track of who is showing up where, we have set up three separate events, and ask that you choose one, and REGISTER for it. This particular calendar entry is for those wishing to photograph at the Forks of the Thames.  Please register using the "Registration" button below if you will be joining us at this location. More about the SIG Night event -- In order to obtain the best experience, there is pre-work: The purpose of this SIG night is to take images of a location at one time of day (at your leisure) and return back to the same location for our SIG night.  This will allow you to witness how an area changes over time. For this project, members will choose one of three locations.  Each location has a specific theme. They are:      1. Richmond and Dundas area - Theme "Social Conscience"        2. Forks of Thames - Theme "Cityscape"      <- this event      3. Mount Pleasant Cemetery -  Theme "Shadows and Light"  We recommend you scout your chosen location, and take day-time images. This first outing is at your convenience, prior to October 19.  On October 19th, return to this location, where you will be met by other photographers in the group, to take after-dark images.   There are many areas at the Forks.  You can visit Museum London, the Old Courthouse, the First Hussars, the Blackburn Fountain, to name but a few.   You are limited only by your own imagination. Meetup Location:   There is no advance meet-up at the church. Please meet in front of Museum London, at the northwest corner of Dundas and Ridout. Theme:  Cityscape -   Look for opportunities to showcase the Cityscape and what it means to you in your photographs. After the event, we will provide instructions on where to post images from both these outings, showcasing the chosen theme.   We will also use these images in an Audio-Visual presentation delete
SIG Night - Location #3 - Mount Pleasant Cemetery (7:30 PM EDT)
For our first SIG night (Special Interest Group), we will be doing hands-on shooting at one of three locations.  As we would like to keep track of who is showing up where, we have set up three separate events, and ask that you choose one, and REGISTER for it. This particular calendar entry is for those wishing to photograph in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.   Please register using the "Registration" button below if you will be joining us at this location. More about the SIG Night event -- In order to obtain the best experience, there is pre-work: The purpose of this SIG night is to take images of a location at one time of day (at your leisure) and return back to the same location for our SIG night.  This will allow you to witness how an area changes over time. For this project, members will choose one of three locations.  Each location has a specific theme. They are:      1. Richmond and Dundas area - Theme "Social Conscience"        2. Forks of Thames - Theme "Cityscape"            3. Mount Pleasant Cemetery -  Theme "Shadows and Light" <- this event We recommend you scout your chosen location, and take day-time images. This first outing is at your convenience, prior to October 19.  On October 19th, return to this location, where you will be met by other photographers in the group, to take after-dark images.   Meetup Location:   There is no advance meet-up at the church. Please meet at the entrance to the cemetery: enter off Riverside Drive,  park and meet in front of the Admin building. (Address is 303 Riverside Drive, London) Theme: "Shadows and Light" - Look for opportunities to showcase these in your photographs. Note :  Park just inside the gates/around the Administration area. Please do not drive on cemetery roads.  Car lights may interfere with photography.  In the cemetery, camera flash is to be avoided. Please be aware of your surroundings, think of the wildlife, and be considerate of photographers around you. After the event, we wi delete
Freeman Patterson - 'The Call to Creativity' (7:30 PM EDT)
The London Camera Club is pleased to have Freeman Patterson join us to talk about 'The Call to Creativity'.  Freeman will begin his presentation with a talk about the nature of creativity and ways to nurture and develop the creativity with which we all are born.  He will follow with a series of photographs (and commentary) that illustrates the main points and also demonstrates how we are always telling our life story with the images we make. Freeman Patterson is an acclaimed Canadian nature photographer who combines a deep love of photography with an open and engaging teaching style. His personal work ranges from documentary to impressionistic, and always resonates with themes inherent in the natural world. His images have been published in numerous books, magazines, journals, newspapers and advertisements, and have been exhibited around the world. Freeman is the author of numerous books, including Photography for the Joy of It, Photography of Natural Things, Photography and the Art of Seeing, Namaqualand: Garden of the Gods, Portraits of Earth, Photo Impressionism and the Subjective Image, Shadowlight: A Photographer's Life, and Odysseys: Meditations and Thoughts for a Life's Journey.  He currently lives on an ecological reserve in Shampers Bluff, New Brunswick where he holds workshops, many of which have been attended by members of our club. Learn more about Freeman and what he photographs at  www.freemanpatterson.com/ Both LCC members and non-members must register in advance.    Members :  Free for members, but you must register.  Please click on the 'Registration Information' button at the bottom                     of this page to register (after making sure you are logged into the site). Non Members:  $20,00 for non members,  payable in advance.  No door sales will be available.   (Fees are non refundable unless the event is cancelled.) Please note:  Your PayPal receipt is your ticket to the event.  There will no other ticket issued. Plea delete
1st Competition Results (7:30 PM EDT)
This week we will review the results of our first competition.  Our Competition Director and team will present the results. delete


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