The new club program for 2019-2020 is available.
2019-2020 club meetings start Tuesday September 3rd. We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month from Sept to May. Meetings start at 7:30pm
Non-members can join us at one of our meetings or outings by paying a $10 guest fee. If you enjoy the event and decide to join, the fee will be applied to your membership.
Join us at our meeting location:
Polish Hall, 154 Pearl Street, Brantford, Main Hall (upstairs)
The meeting announcements from the Nov. 5 meeting. This PDF includes links to OCCC events.
Nov0519 – Camera Club announcements
Here are the announcements from the Oct 1 Meeting.
The Sarnia Photographic Club is pleased to host Andrew McLachlan in a full day seminar titled “Visual Beauty and Creative Expression from the Wildlands of Ontario and Beyond” in Sarnia on Saturday, November 9th, 2019.
Join Andrew McLachlan on a journey through the vast and varied terrain of the Ontario wilderness, and further afield, while gaining the knowledge and inspiration to create dramatic landscape and wildlife photography. Become inspired with renewed energy and creative ideas as Andrew highlights planning the excursion, personal gear selection, and the various tips and techniques that he deploys, in the field or digital darkroom, on a daily basis, to create visual beauty. Break out of creative slumps as Andrew shares the experience of finding inspiration in new genres of photography and through exploring the creative edit too.
Andrew is an engaging speaker, who will make time throughout the day for questions to help everyone get the most out of this seminar.
“Visual Beauty and Creative Expression from the Wildlands of Ontario and Beyond”Presented by the Sarnia Photographic ClubSaturday, November 9th, 2019, 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.The Sarnia Library Theatre (124 Christina St. S., Sarnia, Ontario). There will be a break where people can go for lunch between 12 pm and 2 pm (Lunch not included). General Admission tickets are $50 and can be purchased at the door or online on the club website: www.sarniaphotoclub.com.Tickets are only $40 for Students with ID and members of SPC and SWOPA clubs.
The seminar will be held at the Sarnia Library Theatre, which has seating for over 300 and a magnificent cinema quality screen and surround sound system for presentations. There is plenty of free parking in downtown Sarnia near the Library.
More about Andrew:
Andrew McLachlan is a full-time photographer / writer based in Thornton, Ontario. A life-long fascination with the natural world led to Andrew’s love of photography. If he did not own a camera, he would still be found hiking along dense boreal forest trails, canoeing through wetlands, and observing all that nature has to offer. Extensive travels throughout Ontario have resulted in a large, diverse collection of images that feature landscapes, the flora, and the fauna of the province. Andrew’s first eBook ‘A Photographer’s Guide to the Ontario Landscape ‘ is the first ever-comprehensive guide to photographing Ontario’s vast and varied landscape. In addition to photographing Ontario’s natural world he also has growing collections of Caribbean and Amazon Rainforest related imagery. Andrew also enjoys creating artistic renditions of his most favourite images using a variety of Photoshop techniques, Photoshop plug-ins, and creative filters and effects.
Visit Andrew’s website at www.andrewmclachlan.ca and browse his Galleries. Follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/andrew.mclachlan.75.
Seminar participants will be able to take advantage of special presentation rates for Andrew’s eBooks and will have the chance to win many great door prizes, such as Wimberley plamps.
I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to learn from Andrew in Sarnia!
Mark BuchananPR Director
Sarnia Photographic Club
This content is only available to members of the Brant Camera Club.
Don Komarechka is producing a new in depth book on macro photography. If you are interested in his book you can find information about it at this link.
Don is well known for his snowflake photography and has previously presented at the Brant Camera Club.
I’d like to extend a great opportunity to hone your skills on photographing people in support of a worthwhile cause.
the Canadian Cancer Society in conjunction with Tigercat is hosting a Mud Run at 140 Consolidated Drive in Paris.
Please follow attached link to sign up.