Contest Details

John Novak has provided us with details on this year’s contests.  You can find it here: 2015-2016 Contests Intro

Jason, another great presentation

On the evening of 23 Sept. 2015, Jason Gennings once again shared his knowledge and humor with the Woodstock Camera Club. As we started there was standing room only and extra chairs were brought in. That is an indication of our past experiences with this speaker. Jason talked about composition: noun 1. the act of … [Read more…]

Wildlife Photographer of the Year – ROM

On Wednesday Sept 9, I asked for input for the web page. The next day I received this from a new member to be: “Please accept this wee update on what I believe will be a fascinating exhibition presented at ROM – Royal Ontario Museum. It is entitled “Wildlife Photographer of the Year” and encompasses … [Read more…]

Contest Themes Are Now Available

The program will be out soon but the contest themes are here now.   Contest Theme Deadline Date Contest 1 “A Group of Three” or “Open” 21 October Contest 2 “Selective Focus” or “Open” 6 January Contest 3 “Reflections” or “Open” 2 March Photo Art Contest “open” 13 April      

We’ve started planning

Last night the executive had their first meeting to plan for the 2015-2016 club year. The program is looking good with much of the content as requested.  The contests have been decided along with some extras. The emphasis will be on improving our skills. The Grand Valley Image Battle is set for November and we … [Read more…]

Calibrating Your Monitor

The Fall 2014 issue of the CAPA magazine had a neat fact which I haven’t seen anywhere else before. This will be of interest to club members who process their images on their computer and who wonder about calibrating their monitors. The concern is that if you process your images on an overly bright monitor … [Read more…]

Ripley’s Aquarium Trip

Hello Everyone,   Just wanted to share some of my experience last Saturday.  What a fantastic trip.  Had a great time.  I thank Linda, Deb and Bill for their hard work.  I think everyone had a great time.  Boy was it ever hard to get images in the aquarium.  The acrylic sure was so challenging, … [Read more…]