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October 2019
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Walter Raemisch - "Photography Design Principles" and "Embracing Your Mistakes - The Art of Observation" (7:15 PM EDT)
Member Walter Raemisch has generously put together a full evening's presentation on Design Principles (Just a Bunch of C.R.A.P.) {he'll have to explain that four letter acronym!] and Embracing Your Mistakes. These topics will appeal to everyone starting fresh in the new club year, and for experienced members to review and pick up inspiration. Walter is a teacher, and according to those who have seen him do this presentation before, is an entertaining speaker. There will be a $10 admission fee for non-members.
Solana Cain - Telling Diverse Stories and Diversifying the Storytellers (7:15 PM EDT)
As a Black photojournalist, Solana Cain is passionate about creating and sharing stories from her community. Authentic stories that centre Black women and girls have been the cornerstone of her documentary work. As a photo editor for a national news organization, she strives to diversify the contributing freelance photojournalists they employ. While a big push is underway by news media organizations to work harder to report from underrepresented communities, we must also be critical of who is behind the lens.  After completing a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University, Solana Cain earned a diploma in photojournalism from Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario. Solana interned at Toronto Life magazine and the Sudbury Star newspaper before she began freelancing. Solana works annually as a photo editor for Getty Images during Toronto International Film Festival. Recently, she worked as a contract employee for Journalists for Human Rights where she served as a community journalism trainer in Naotkamegwanning First Nation in Northwestern Ontario. Since returning, Solana was one of the first artists in residence at Nia Centre for the Arts in Toronto. Currently, Solana works at a photo editor at The Globe and Mail newspaper.  There will be a $20 admission fee for non-members.
Competition 1 Closes (11:59 PM EDT)
Bill Boswell - "Polar Photography" (7:15 PM EDT)
Member Bill Boswell has literally gone to the ends of the earth to capture images. He will let us in on how to choose a trip, as well as the challenges and opportunities associated with shooting in polar regions. If you enjoyed Rob Stimpson's Antarctica presentation last season, Bill will continue along that theme of travelling to areas you probably never imagined going to. Don't miss it! There will be a $10 admission fee for non-members.
Fifth Thursday - NO MEETING (7:30 PM EDT)

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