Facebook

Langley Camera Club has three (3) Facebook pages;

LCC Membership only Facebook:
This LCC members only group is to post images for feedback, suggestions and critique. This is the  place where members can receive advice and guidance from other members about their images.

This is another resource for members to ask questions of the group concerning the how, what & why changes could be made to improve an image or just to ask general inquiry questions about of all levels of photography – hobbyist to professional. Click on the link and request JOIN – the admin will confirm your LCC membership and you’re in.
LCC Members only FB Group: Feedback, Hints & Help 

LCC PUBLIC Facebook:
The public LCC FB page is another way to stay connected with Langley Camera Club, local photographic goings on keep updated with interesting photo related goings on. Click on the link and then LIKE the page.
Langley Camera Club Facebook Page
BELOW is the LCC Public Facebook page:

  • Hello my name is Tom Truss and am a member of the club. I live around 238 St and 48th Ave in Langley. My Wife and I only have one vehicle and was wondering if there was someone in my area that I could commute with on Wednesday nights. Message me if you are able. Will split gas .

    January 20

  • One. More. Time. The histogram.

    January 08

  • 10 interesting posts (in list form) from the good folks at Shutterbug - interesting, informative & inspiring.

    December 31

  • Got glass? Got a cleaning technique? Here's your 2 minute lens cleaning tips: https://www.youtube.com/embed/aQhUHsvQJT0

    December 28

  • Hello all, came across the following (now vintage...) collection: 1100 Gepe plastic slide mounts for 35mm. Some marked with pencil, some marked with marker. Can be removed. 9 @ 100 straight tray slide boxes with trays = for 900 slides. All together $ 25. Aldergrove. ph: 604-607-0840

    December 27

  • What lens should be your next ...

    December 17

  • Hello fellow photo enthusiasts! Having perused many many many MANY photography clubs I have decided to ask your membership a question due to the excellent representations of art that I have seen your members produce.I will mention that the photo posted is not mine but IS used with permission. Does the following photo qualify as a landscape photo under the following criteria: "A picture depicting an expanse of scenery, the spaces in our world. Includes cityscapes, landscapes, seascapes, sky scapes and pastoral scenes. The pictures may show vast spaces or microscopic views but must show space. • A single building or object within the picture is limited to 30% of the total image area." Your feedback is MOST welcomed and I would especially, although not exclusively, like to hear from your Capa rated judges if possible please. It was recently brought forward during a club competition that this photo does NOT qualify as a landscape under our clubs definitions. The entrant is a Capa certified judge that has had his landscape photos used as cover material for several Canadian based photo magazines. The photographer in question aslo has advanced Parkinsons and is now thinking of giving up photography because of this decision. I wouldn't wish this upon ANY photographer and I am seeking non-biased and entirely arms-length feedback that will make my decision as to advocate on this gentleman's behalf. I apologize that I am using a screenshot of the photo in question and that I am applying so much weight to your response but it is a rather critical and important matter. I thank you for your unbiased and insightful responses. Please do not feel poorly if you are uncomfortable answering this as I am well aware that this is a heavily emotional decision.

    December 16

  • Composition Wisdom: 15 Tips for Amazing Photographs using ANY camera.... including cel phone https://www.youtube.com/embed/vtGRb8yJgv8

    December 01

  • Composition Wisdom: 15 Tips for Amazing Photographs using ANY camera.... including cel phone https://www.youtube.com/embed/vtGRb8yJgv8

    December 01

  • Depth of Field: technical info (a bit techy) but very interesting and important knowledge...

    November 26

  • 7 quick tips for ALL photographs...(definitely not restricted to wildlife subjects)

    November 22

  • What is dynamic range? Bonus: i now understand the histogram. ***very short article with pics***

    November 17

  • 10 step tutorial: Long exposure with a Neutral Density filter: 3 minute video...

    November 13

  • ISO - 20 Tips, tricks & ideas

    November 06

  • Autumn is the best time to capture the fall season 😜 ...

    October 28

  • Oh good... I need more accessories

    October 22

  • This short article explains the cameras’ different light-meter modes and why/when to use which one.

    October 14

  • This sure is an interesting video walking you through all the features of Importing images into Lightroom. Much helpful knowledge shared in the first 2 minutes...

    October 09

  • 100. Free. Totally free photography software. Explore 100 powerful softwares that are packed with amazing features... enjoy

    September 27

  • How to enhance bokeh (the blur produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image): 7 tips & a 7 minute video

    September 17