Jess Findlay Nov 26 -Guest Speaker

Weds Nov 26 7pm Langley Camera Club presents Jess Findaly

http://jessfindlay.com/index.html

This is a public event, no charge admission, everyone is welcome.

In 2011 Jess was awarded the International Youth Photographer of the Year award from Nature’s Best, prompting him to take this serious hobby to the next level. Since then, photography has brought Jess deep into the British Columbia backcountry, the far reaches of the Aleutian Islands, the high Alaskan Arctic, Central and South America.  Jess has developed a unique style, combining elements from both landscape and animal photography, creating contextual images that speak to the animal’s and environment’s story.

*Postponed* Weds Nov 26 Guest Speaker Dee Lippingwell

***POSTPONED***  Dee’s presentation has been postponed – please stay tuned for the new date. Thank you

Dee Lippingwell presents on Weds Nov 26 7pm Langley Community Hall, this is a public, no charge event – everyone is welcome!

Vancouver born, award winning Dee Lippingwell started her journalistic photography career some 40 years ago, concentrating her attention and her lens on the entertainment industry. Her love of music propelled her toward shooting local musicians and her success on that level led her into shooting the most famous of all rock idols of the 70′, 80’s, 90’s and on into a new century.

First 3 songs no flash“…. Being in ‘the pit’ and knowing that you have the opportunity to capture a moment in time is exhilarating but it’s also stressful. I get butterflies in my stomach even still and worry if the lights are good enough to shoot. I would imagine it feels similar to what a performer would feel just before going on stage. I anticipate the perfect shot like the performer anticipates the perfect performance so it’s all built on the same stuff.”

“I put out my first book ‘The Best Seat In The House’ in 1987 and everyone at that time asked me if I met or interacted with the stars, and if I did what happened. Everyone was so interested in the stories. They encouraged me to write them down, so I did, which resulted in 40 years worth of stories and photographs in one big pile.

A few years ago I started working through that pile and editing those stories adding photos to each one and before I knew it, I had my second book…….”FIRST THREE SONGS…NO FLASH!”
Visit Dee’s website: http://deelippingwell.com/
Dee

Weds Oct 29 – Lights & Awards

IT IS OUR AWARDS NIGHT … our OSCARS!!
Congratulations on a great year of sharing your PASSION!
Please BRING YOURSELF, family & friends …. it’s great night of education & celebration of our finest!
PS … and if you can,
Please bring a dessert type/finger food item to share with the rest of the attendees of this special night. THANK YOU
We are supplying the coffee, tea, juice, wine, napkins, plates etc.
Set up will start at 6 PM (come and help us set us the chairs)
The evening will start on time at 7 PM with our guest’s presentation first.
NEWSFLASH
Yes, the Awards will take place but in order to accommodate our presenter,
the Award portion will be moved to the last half of the evening after break. (we’re shooting for 8:40 pm)
We hope to have the evening wrapped up by 9:15 to 9:30 pm.
The awards this week will include the presenting of the Trophies, Certificates and gifts….
Presentation details are:

Wednesday October 29, 2014 –  LCC Awards Night with “Lighting for Photography & Speed lights”  Please join us on October 29th for “Lighting for Photography with On and Off Camera Flash/Speedlights” where you will be treated to a practical crash course of artificial light theory and how it pertains to photography.


In this structured presentation you’ll hear about:
  • How much light you need to expose a picture  
  • How to see with the four qualities of light  
  • Available light vs artificial light
  • How lighting behaves over distance (inverse square law)  
  • How artificial light is controlled and manipulated  
  • The types of flash/strobes options for on and off camera light  
  • Flash power and exposure  
  • How to measure your flash  
  • The difference between manual and TTL flash  
  • How to trigger your flash  
  • Different types of light modifiers 
  • Demo on how to use your flash on and off camera (DEMO SHOOT with MODEL)
  • Using multiple flashes
There will be a lighting demonstration with a model and an opportunity for you to see how the picture changes when we make changes to the lighting.

Weds Sept 24 -Guest Speaker: Andy Clark

Guest Speaker Night at LCC is a public, no charge event.

Weds Sept 24 -Guest Speaker: Andy Clark 7pm

Come enjoy and evening with Andy Clark
Photo of Photographer Andy Clark in Iqaluit,NunavutAndy Clark began his career with the Canadian Press as a copyboy in 1970. In ‘74 he was promoted to photographer and transferred to Ottawa covering national politics for several years. Andy joined the Hamilton Spectator briefly before accepting a position with United Press Canada working in Vancouver and Ottawa in the late 70s and early 80s. In 1985 Andy was hired for the newly created Reuters Newspictures. After several months he was offered and accepted a position with then Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney as his official photographer. In 1987 Andy re-joined Reuters working in Brussels, Belgium and later in the London, UK bureau. In the early 90s he moved back to Toronto as Chief Photographer for Canada where he remained until 2001. Andy is currently based in Vancouver. Andy has traveled extensively throughout the world covering many assignments including famines, disasters, world summits, sporting events, Gulf War and

Welcome to Langley Camera Club

Welcome returning members and new comers!
With our first Evaluation Evening Wednesday Sept 10, we are shaking off the summer doldrums and getting things set up for another great year – as shared in emails here:

The club will be implementing the proposed judging change starting with our first Evaluation night. We will be running this revised method for 3 months and the full membership will have input to a review session in December . The judging setup will consist of one expert out of house judge per session who will score each image. Commenting will be done immediately after scoring on images requesting comments.Scores will be multiplied by 3 to keep things consistent. Break times will be announced at the beginning of the evening.

Sept 17 is Development Night – details to follow in the next few days

Sept 24 is Guest Speaker – announcement coming soon

 

July & August at LCC

NEW THEMES have been posted HERE

LCC Summer Wednesday Evening Photo Outings
Typically we meet EACH WEDNESDAY at 6:15pm in the PoCo Military parking lot (across from the Target store at Willowbrook Mall). We then head off to a predertimed location to take pictures.Meet up at 6:15pm or meet us at the shoot location. –  Bring a friend, newcomers & visitors are always welcome!

When: Wed. August 6                       Summer Weds
Where: Meet,
carpool at PoCo Military – 6:15pm leave promptly at 6:30 p.m.
Location: Tanglebank Gardens – 29985 Downes Road, Abbotsford (Irene will meet us there) Directions: from PoCo Military
  –  Head to Abbotsford’s Mt. Lehman Road- Turn left on to Mt. Lehman Road- Turn left on to Downes Road-    It’s about 1/2 mile on the right hand side.

Bring Camera, Tripod, Macro /Close up etc.

Summer Weds LCC Photo Outings CONTACT:
Irene – photoartbyirene@gmail.com
Chris – midnightpro@hotmail.com

Wednesday June 25: Burnaby Mountain, Burnaby

Wednesday July 2: Shady Lady Old Car Farm, Aldergrove
Wednesday July 9: Lonsdale Quay, N Van
Wednesday July 16: Terminal & Main, Vancouver
Wednesday July 23: BMX CANCELED DUE TO RAIN
Wednesday July 30: White Rock

Wednesday August 6: Tanglebank Gardens, Abbotsford
Wednesday August 13: TBA
Wednesday August 20: TBA
Wednesday August 27: TBA

Wednesday September 3: TBA
Langley Camera Club resumes weekly meetings:

Wednesday September  3, 2014 – Executive meeting

Wednesday September 10, 2014 – Evaluation Night – Theme: Beautiful Blur

Wednesday September 17, 2014 – Development Night

Wednesday September 24, 2014 – Guest Speaker – TBA