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January 2018

January 2018

An Evening of Light Painting (6:30 PM EST)
Need something to get those creative juices going on these cold winter evenings?  How about some indoor light painting?  Join us for an evening of exploring your creativity with Charles Hoopes, president of the Upper Uwchlan Area Photography Club.  Charles creates some of the most unusual light painting images you can imagine, and he will show us how he does it while he helps us create some of our own. Photography doesn’t get much more fun than this. Details will be posted as they are finalized. There is a $10 fee for members. If we do not fill with members, we will open to non-members.  Non-member fee of $30. delete
Members' Forum (6:30 PM EST)
ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY & HOW TO USE PHOTOGRAPHY FOR OTHER ART Wayne Kressley will help us understand Abstract Photography--the Competition theme for April. Abstraction  may be isolation or manipulation of a portion of an image or field to reveal or create a pattern of color, line or shape without being a realistic picture or object,  Sources could include close-ups or extraction from nature, oil and water, ice patterns, reflections, peeling paint.  Extracting details from a large scene may yield pleasing abstractions.  Envisioning post processing effects may also reveal appealing abstractions. Marit Skelton will show us how she used photography for other art forms. The image shown is an example of how she used one of her images. delete
Monthly Meeting (7:30 PM EST)
Guest Speaker is Kitty Kono, who will speak about "A Wildlife Photographer's Love Story" as she weaves her 65 year life story with how and why she fell in love with wildlife photography.  Photographs will come from Valley Forge to Japan to Africa to Just North of Antarctica and maybe a just few from the Pantanal in Brazil. Kitty Riley Kono is a wildlife nature photographer.  She graduated from Hollins College with a B.A. in psychology.  After having worked in the not-for-profit world (ASTM International) for over thirty years in government and international relations, she "graduated" and transformed her life's work into photography.  She has self published ten wildlife photography books, won numerous awards and her photographs have been published by the National Geographic Society and the National Wildlife Federation. You can see some of Kitty's amazing photography on her website. delete
The Mercer Museum
We’ll meet at Panera in Exton to carpool at 9:00 am, or at the ticket desk at the Mercer at 10:00.  This is a fun and fascinating museum of early-American tools and machines and an extensive array of unique objects!   We have a special opportunity to get in the museum before opening - so we will have the museum to ourselves for two hours and tripods will be allowed! The museum is not heated, so dress warmly. It may be chilly, but there will be no wind. The fee is $25.00 per person.  Please bring cash in exact change as trip planner Howard Sundwall will collect everyone's money and make one payment to the museum. It’s website says the museum was “Built to house Henry Mercer's extensive collection of objects representing everyday life in the pre-industrial age.” This eclectic, near-quirky collection is sure to provide some unique opportunities for image-making. delete
Monthly Competition (7:00 PM EST)
Depth of Field - See information about this topic and other Assigned Topics here: https://cccc.visualpursuits.com/d/73675ffe-242e-4a48-9cc3-f84292b1ff91 delete
Moravian Pottery and Tile Works (9:00 AM EST)
The Moravian Pottery and Tile Works is a “working history museum” set in Bucks county. Displays and interiors tell the story of pottery making, and offer strong industrial elements and details for image making. The building and interiors are historic, and date back to the 19th century. Nearby is Fonthill Castle, the concrete castle of Henry Mercer, which is worth a visit for anyone who wants to extend the day further. We will carpool from Panera parking lot in Exton at 9:00 am and meet at the ticket desk of the Tile Works at 10:00 am. delete

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