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Join us at the 155th Gettysburg, “A Living History” event at the historic David Stewart Farm. This event is reenactor coordinated with all new historical presentations.
During this three-day event you can:
- Meet the generals from both armies.
- Visit the living history camps.
- Hear civilians tell of their experiences – watch out for soldiers searching for food!
- See the artillery, infantry and cavalry.
- Check out the large tent of activities for kids of ALL ages.
- Watch medical demonstrations.
- Join us for a Saturday evening camp dance.
- Attend education and preservation programs in the speakers tent.
- Visit our Sutlers, food vendors and have your tintype photo taken by the one and only John Milliker!
Spectator admission fee is just $20 per carload and payable at the entrance.
ALL proceeds from this event will be donated to battlefield preservation. Backpacks and coolers are prohibited. All persons entering the event are subject to search for the safety of us all. For further Information: www.cwhi.org.
Michelle Barkdoll will be there all 3 days – if club members get in contact with her prior to coming – she will be able to get them to different photo advantages during the day along with the battle. Email Michelle at email@example.com.
|Ritchie Highway & Magothy Bridge Road|
|Featureing Over 40 Attractions
Rides – Games – Foods
Midway Admission is Free
is a “Wristband Night”
Ride all you want from 6 PM to Closing
For only $27.00 Per Person
Hours: 6 PM to 11 PM
|Compliments of the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company|
Summer is just around the corner so it’s time to have some fun. Wednesday, July 11, 2018 – Meeting at the Earleigh Heights Carnival for some Light Painting. Bring your camera and tripods! We will meet at 6pm when the carnival opens, plenty of food, games and rides to part take in before it starts to get dark. If you are a beginner and/or have never done light painting before, our own club member, John Milleker Jr, will be on hand to help and to answer any questions. I’ve only done this a couple times and know it’s fun and a way to practice a different technique that I don’t do too often. Hope to see a few of you there!
Happy Summer and Happy Shooting!
Expert Photo Instruction
Our own Steve Rosenbach is offering one-on-one and small group lessons for Lightroom and Photoshop. His Lightroom Quick-Start lesson will take you from zero to being a competent Lightroom user in about two hours…guranteed!.
More advanced and customized sessions are also available for both Lightroom and Photoshop. Steve also offers free after-training phone/email/text support for anyone who takes any of his lessons.
Steve offers one-on-one and small group lessons for all skill levels and most aspects of photography, including editing in Lightroom and Photoshop. His Lightroom Quick-Start lesson will take you from zero to being a competent Lightroom user in about two hours…guaranteed! More advanced and customized sessions are also available for both Lightroom and Photoshop, and like his workshops, I offer free after-training email/phone/text support for anyone who takes a lesson from me. He is happy to come up with a plan tailored to your current skill level and where you want to go with your photography.
Source: Cityscape Photo
ACC Members –
The first summer club field trip is just around the corner. June 16-17, 2018 – Ocean City Maryland Air Show – You can purchase tickets to be at show center or shoot from the boardwalk or outside roped off area for free. Show center is 16th Street. There are shuttles that run from West OC park and ride straight to 16th St. http://ocairshow.com/ This year the Thunderbirds are the main headline. A show you won’t want to miss.
2018 May 29: Get Started With Lightroom and Making It Easy | The Annapolis Photography Workshop Group (Annapolis, MD) | Meetup
DATE: June 23, 2018
TIME: 9:00am – 5:00pm
LOCATION: 1616 H St NW, Washington, DC 20006
WORKSHOP SIZE: Maximum 12
REGISTRATION: Register with Capital Photography Center
Learn Lightroom in a day. We’ll look at the 2 most powerful modules, the Library and the Develop Modules.
Learn how to use Lightroom to be in control of your digital workflow. This class is designed to make Lightroom easy to understand and put you in control of all it has to offer. It will cover your workflow from beginning to end: from importing and organizing to adjusting, sharing and exporting your images. Find out how to choose which adjustments to make, and in what order. We will spend our time in the Library and Develop modules.
Following the class all attendees will receive an extensive pdf handout with 130 pages of Lightroom tips, tricks and screen shots. It’ll be your post-class companion when you’re back at home working in Lightroom.
- Adding metadata and keywords
- Organizational tools: flags, stars and labels
- Sorting and filtering images
- Using Collections and Smart Collections
- Recovering highlight and shadow detail
- Adjusting contrast, saturation and vibrance
- Fine-tuning (or completely changing) the white balance
- Applying adjustments selectively with the Adjustment Brush
- Graduated and Radial Filters
- Retouching tools
- Using the tone curve and targeted color adjustments
- Removing chromatic aberration
- Noise reduction
- Processing multiple files
- Exporting images in other file formats
Participants will need to bring a laptop (or even a desktop) with Lightroom installed so you can practice while the techniques are being demonstrated.
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