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Light City | A free festival of light, music and innovation

Light City is the nation’s only large-scale international light and ideas festival. Immerse yourself in the light and art. Explore the neighborhoods. Challenge your perspectives in the Labs@LightCity. Experience Baltimore’s brilliance.

Light City showcases Baltimore’s energy. The festival of arts, music, and culture is a beacon for our city’s unique gift for innovation and social consciousness.

NEIGHBORHOOD LIGHTS APRIL 06—08
FESTIVAL APRIL 14—21
LABS@LIGHTCITY APRIL 18—21

Source: Light City | A free festival of light, music and innovation

2018 Feb. 24: Field Trip – Chip’s Studio

On Saturday February 24, starting at 9:30am club members will converge on Chip Bulgin’s studio in Baltimore where we can shoot table top still life, portraits of each other, models, discuss post processing, and do lighting tutorials.

Address: 3500 Parkdale Ave. Baltimore, MD 21211.

The building is on the right-hand side of the street. It’s an old 3 story brick building that used to be a mill. There is a parking lot just past the building up a concrete ramp that has approximately 10 spaces. There is also parking on the street.

We will be doing studio photography with strobe lighting.We will have have several stations/sets available for photographing both human and still-life type objects. Fred is bringing four models.

Feel free to bring your own lights if you have them. Also feel free to bring stuff and/or people to photograph. You will need a camera with a hot-shoe and a short prime (fixed) or telephoto lens. Something like an 18-55mm, 50mm, 85mm, 18-135mm, and the like should be perfect.

For tabletop club members will bring their cameras and stuff to photograph. Flowers and food are always popular. If you have strobes bring them. Also backdrops and tablecloths can be useful.

If you are attending or have any questions, please send an email to Bob and Susan Webber our field trip chairman at fieldtrips@arundelcameraclub.org.

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“Odyssey of Light”

 Maryland Photography Alliance

Presents

“Odyssey of Light”

Seminar Series
Saturday, March 24, 2018
9:00am – 4:30pm

Join a National Geographic Legend and a Nikon® USA Ambassador
for a refreshing, fast-paced, information-packed ONE-DAY seminar

BRUCE DALE – A National Geographic staff photographer for 30 years. Twice named National Geographic “Magazine Photographer of the Year” and named “White House Photographer of the Year” in 1989. Over 2,000 of his images have appeared in Nat Geo’s publications. Bruce’s assignments ranged from undersea to aerial and from people to complex science subjects while working in over 75 countries. Bruce will discuss his years at National Geographic, where ideas come from, the stories behind the stories, and the techniques he used to capture the images.

TAMARA LACKEY – A Nikon USA Ambassador, Profoto Legend of Light, and ON1 Guru, Tamara is a renowned photographer, speaker, author, show host and humanitarian award winner. Tamara has taught multiple Creative Live courses, has presented on the Google Stage, and is the co-founder of Beautiful Together, a non-profit working to improve the lives of children waiting for families through photography and social outreach. Tamara knows how to photograph people, and she will share her expertise shooting different types of portraits with different types of subjects, as well as covering, lighting, posing, and post-processing techniques. She will also conduct a live shoot on stage, as well!

“REGISTER TODAY” for this remarkable LEARNING OPPORTUNITY

$79

Special Alliance Member Price
Limited Seating

Includes
$50 Nations Photo Lab Gift Card
– Free Lunch
– Free Parking

Seminar Location:
Notre Dame of Maryland University – Knott Auditorium – 4701 N. Charles St – Baltimore, MD 21210

Sponsored by
https://www.mdphotoalliance.org/about/

Arundel Camera Club summer picnic

Next weekend is the Arundel Camera Club summer picnic.

Come join us for an afternoon around the grill and by the pool, hosted by Bob and Jackie Colestock.

The club provides the hot dogs and hamburgers, and we have plenty of paper goods. Surprise us with your summer delights. Bring a dish to share. BYOB. Friends and family are welcome

  • The pool will be open, bring your swim suits.
  • Good company, Good food, good fun.
  • Bring chairs.
  • Don’t forget your cameras.
  • Hope to see you there.

When: Saturday, August 12. 1pm – 4pm.

Where: 1335 Old Mountain Rd. Pasadena, MD 21122

Please RSVP to Jackie Colestock with the number of people in your party.

2016 Aug. 28: Summer Picnic and Reunion

When: Sunday, August 28 at 1 PM – 5 PM
Where: 1335 Old Mountain Rd, Pasadena, MD 21122-5469
Host: Jackie Colestock

Well, its not snowing yet….but it will be soon! So before it does, while it is still hot and humid..Come for a dip in the pool! Join us as we start of our Club Year! Cool off! Have some fun! Reconnect with other members. Bring your camera! This event qualifies as for the Club Events Contest next May. We had a great quickie workshop last year and may even have one this year!

This is a pot luck event…so bring your favorite dish, salad, dessert, or drink to share! We will have Hamburgers, bratwurst, and condiments, as well as paper goods.

Bring chairs and swim suits.

Family and children are welcome.

2016 Feb. 17: Program – Charlie Bowers – Creative Processing

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Charlie Bowers is Landscape Architect who specializes in residential gardens. Just like he did in film, he has included alternative processes in my digital repertoire. According to Charlie “The digital realm allows me expanded exploration into digital painting, digital texturing and collaging.  Additionally, I do emulsion and images transfers and various forms of mixed media. My results are printed or transferred onto canvas, wood, watercolor paper and other media using state of the art archival-pigmented inks.”

His imagery includes people and their relationship to their environment, architecture, landscapes, gardens, flowers and the natural world building extensive collections of work in these and other areas of subject matter over my years of experiences and travel.

His art has appeared in several one-person and numerous group exhibitions over the years, in many local and national and international magazines, commercial publications and newspapers.

His presentation will have three parts

  1. Brief presentation.
  2. Slide show of both student’s work and my work during creative imaging and alternative processes.
  3. A Photoshop demo of the layers in the image files showing how some of the images were produced.

Most recent shows:

  • November 2014 my “Faces of Cuba” show consisting of twenty-six images was featured co-solo show at The Artists Gallery in Frederick, MD.
  • September 2015, into October, my “Natures Colors Textures Patterns” show will be the featured solo show at the Howard County Conservancy.
  • September 2015 the “Faces of Cuba” show will be shown as a solo at the Full Circle Gallery in Baltimore, MD.

Gallery Representation: The Artist Gallery Frederick, MD

You can find many of Charlie’s images on his website at www.cwbowers.com

Published 2015 August “Lens Line” Newsletter

2015 Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Annual Photography Competition

Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Photo Contest Have a favorite photo of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens with lotus, water lily, wildlife or your friends and family enjoying the park? We invite you to share these photos and enter them into our photo contest.

Source: Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

In Memory of Sunny Frank

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Lew Lorton Photography

A big thank you goes to Lew Lorton for judging our 2014 December Open competitions.

Lewis Lorton is a retired health care executive and Army Colonel.  His main interest is street photography and that ethic has affected everything he shoots including travel (which he loves). He believes that the technical issues of a photo are only relevant when they hurt the message of the photo. The amount of post-processing or manipulation is irrelevant; it is the end result that is important. Last year he switched from Nikon Full Frame to Micro four thirds and hasn’t looked back.

He lives in Columbia, MD with his wife of 32 years and has a bunch of children scattered around the US. His favorite travel destination is South East Asia and will be returning to Laos for the month of February.

Please visit Lew Lorton Photography.