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February 5th- Introduction to Drone Photography

February 5th- Introduction to Drone Photography

Introduction to Drone Photography – Sam Carr and Mark Houde
Its old made new again. See things from a different perspective. The basics are the same; composition, subject, light and such. But instead of rules such as “the rule of thirds” you need to understand the FAA rules. This presentation is not designed to make you a commercial drone pilot but intended to let you know the problems and opportunities that can arise by raising your photography to different heights. We will discuss equipment as well as procedures. Visit Mark at https://www.houdsta.pictures/ or Sam at https://www.aerialviewphotographs.com/.

Nov. 6 – Mark Battista

Nov. 6 – Mark Battista

November 6. Our own Mark Battista will be presenting on composition. Following the presentation we will have a workshop so bring your camera and tripod. Mark has more than 30 years experience as a fine art instructor for painting and photography, and teaches art in the West Haven school system. He has a masters degree in art education from Southern Connecticut State University, and bachelors degree in fine art from Paier College of Art.

October 2nd:Ted Roth on The Rise and Fall of Brass Mill

October 2nd:Ted Roth on The Rise and Fall of Brass Mill

October 2nd – Presentation
Ted Roth on The Rise and Fall of Brass Mill and Reinspiring yourself when in a rut.
Ted Roth is a well-known CT photographer whose passion capturing the old mill towns of CT is shown thorough his stunning imagery. He has authored a photo book on the decline of manufacturing in the Naugatuck Valley titled “Brass Valley: The Fall of an American Industry” which can be purchased on Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/Brass-Valley-Fall-American-Industry/dp/0764349309. He has also given photo lectures around Connecticut and his blog can be read at – http://rothphotos.blogspot.com.

September 18th – Competition

September 18th – Competition

Assigned Subject: Still Life
This may sound easy but it’s all about composition. The story you want your photo to tell. It can be a solo flower, a bowl of fruit, knick knacks, or something special that you want to capture forever. Look at the examples and tips at The Photo Argus.com https://www.thephotoargus.com/35-superb-examples-of-still-life-photography/or this from iPhonePhotography –https://iphonephotographyschool.com/stilllife-composition/