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    Exploration #23 "Textures"

    Exploration #23 “Textures”

    Tuesday December 13th – 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

    Textures, in one form or another, play an integral part in many of the images we create or capture. They can be the principal subject of an image, or they can act as an enhancement or context to its principal elements.

    S...

    Exploration #23 “Textures”

    Tuesday December 13th – 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

    Textures, in one form or another, play an integral part in many of the images we create or capture. They can be the principal subject of an image, or they can act as an enhancement or context to its principal elements.

    Smooth, rough, simple, complex, light, dark, high contrast or low contrast, sharp or blurred, textures have different qualities and uses depending on your capture or image previsualization. So, this Exploration focuses on both finding and creating textures we may use in future Explorations and for personal purposes.

    Submit three images. At least two should be textures you create with materials you assemble or form specifically for the purpose. The other example should be one that you capture from the environment. Experiment, be creative, look for variety. They should all be of different subject matter.

    Deadline: midnight December 11th,2022

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    Share & Learn (Winter Challenge)

    Deadline for submission:  Feb 1, 2023 (Midnight)

    Background:  The original OCC challenge program has been revitalized under the new program name "Share & Learn".  It remains focused on advancing member photography skills in a friendly atmosphere where members learn from each other. Wherever poss...

    Deadline for submission:  Feb 1, 2023 (Midnight)

    Background:  The original OCC challenge program has been revitalized under the new program name "Share & Learn".  It remains focused on advancing member photography skills in a friendly atmosphere where members learn from each other. Wherever possible, the program will tie in with club outings, speaker program presentations and other educational activities to enhance member learning experiences.  "Share & Learn" presents low-risk opportunitiesfor members to experiment outside their photographic comfort zones, to expand their artistic and technical skills. 

    Submitted images are evaluated by the OCC members.   It is an opportunity for members to show their work, share their knowledge, seek help, experiment with their photography and learn how to constructively critique.  We may not all agree with some of the feedback we receive, but creative differences lead to lively discussions. Constructive evaluation may help each of us to  find new ways of thinking about our photography, from composition to shutter click to final touches. Objective evaluation can be a tool for development, and challenge meetings are a great opportunity to interact with fellow club members.

    In the spirit of creative adventure and discussion, the Challenges Director may choose one or more of the "Share & Learn"  images, and apply some edits in post-processing to explore and illustrate another way of showing off an image (e.g. in colour vs. B&W) . These altered images, which may not necessarily be better that the originally submitted images,  will be clearly identified and shown alongside the original images for discussion. 

    In this new format, there will be no formal judging and scoring of the submitted images by any judges, nor will there be any winners chosen, gift cards presented or judging sheets posted on the web site.  For the program to succeed, we need to have active member  participation in the critiquing.  To help facilitate  this, individuals selected from our pool  of CAPA-trained judges will help out.   

    The identities of the photographers will be kept confidential unless they choose to participate in the discussions. We encourage the submitters to talk about their presented work and to respond to the critique comments if they would like.    Anonymity is always an option, but it makes for a rather empty discussion. Members really are interested in learning the stories behind the images they are seeing.   There is always a story - why did the photographer  take the shot in the first place? The maker should be able to answer questions and give feedback about the image while it is on screen, including the f stop, iso, and shutter speed, as these topics always come up.  The forum is also an opportunity for the photographers to ask technical and artistic questions to help them better achieve their vision in camera, in post-processing and/or in the field or studio. 

    Remember:  The overall goal is for everyone to learn and have fun!

     

    Here are the rules for submitting your challenge images:

    1. You may submit up to 3  images taken in last 12 months (any subject or genre) per challenge.  We will show as many images as time allows and ensure that one or more images from each submitter  is critiqued.  Should it not be possible to show all images in the available time, the submitted images not shown will be shown at the start of the next Challenge.
    2. Keep it fresh – Images must not have been entered in a previous challenge or program.
    3. Keep it clean – no watermarks or other identifying information on the images.
    4. Challenges are open to current, paid-up club members only, and all submitted images must be the maker's own work.  
    5. Images must be jpg file format and a minimum size of 1 mb. and no larger than 5 mb.
    6. Send your finished images via email attachments (NOT embedded) by midnight of the submission deadline date:  challenges@oakvillecameraclub.com   Don't wait until the last minute! Submissions received after the deadline will not be evaluated. 

     

    Please include the following mandatory information in your email message with the attached images:

    1. Your name and telephone number.
    2. The file name of each image.  Follow the club file naming convention:Title of Image-
       Name of Photographer.jpg   (example: Autumn Leaves-John Doe.jpg ).
    3. The title of each image (title is used at the presentation).
    4. When submitting images, the photographer  is encouraged to include basic information about the image. When it was taken, where, and what kind of feedback they are looking for.   
       

    Your ideas, comments and suggestions are always welcome! Please email the challenges director challenges@oakvillecameraclub.com or chat in person at any of the camera club meetings.

    This is a member driven event, but guests are welcome. Members choose and discuss their own submissions to develop their photography skills.  It is a great learning event. Non-members must register before 4 pm on the day.  Send an email request to info@oakvillecameraclub.com

     

    Photo credit:  Jared Fein

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    Share & Learn (Spring Challenge)

    Deadline for submission:  June 1, 2023 (Midnight)

     

    Background:  The original OCC challenge program has been revitalized under the new program name "Share & Learn".  It remains focused on advancing member photography skills in a friendly atmosphere where members learn from each other. Wherever ...

    Deadline for submission:  June 1, 2023 (Midnight)

     

    Background:  The original OCC challenge program has been revitalized under the new program name "Share & Learn".  It remains focused on advancing member photography skills in a friendly atmosphere where members learn from each other. Wherever possible, the program will tie in with club outings, speaker program presentations and other educational activities to enhance member learning experiences.  "Share & Learn" presents low-risk opportunitiesfor members to experiment outside their photographic comfort zones, to expand their artistic and technical skills. 

    Submitted images are evaluated by the OCC members.   It is an opportunity for members to show their work, share their knowledge, seek help, experiment with their photography and learn how to constructively critique.  We may not all agree with some of the feedback we receive, but creative differences lead to lively discussions. Constructive evaluation may help each of us to  find new ways of thinking about our photography, from composition to shutter click to final touches. Objective evaluation can be a tool for development, and challenge meetings are a great opportunity to interact with fellow club members.

    In the spirit of creative adventure and discussion, the Challenges Director may choose one or more of the "Share & Learn"  images, and apply some edits in post-processing to explore and illustrate another way of showing off an image (e.g. in colour vs. B&W) . These altered images, which may not necessarily be better that the originally submitted images,  will be clearly identified and shown alongside the original images for discussion. 

    In this new format, there will be no formal judging and scoring of the submitted images by any judges, nor will there be any winners chosen, gift cards presented or judging sheets posted on the web site.  For the program to succeed, we need to have active member  participation in the critiquing.  To help facilitate  this, individuals selected from our pool  of CAPA-trained judges will help out.   

    The identities of the photographers will be kept confidential unless they choose to participate in the discussions. We encourage the submitters to talk about their presented work and to respond to the critique comments if they would like.    Anonymity is always an option, but it makes for a rather empty discussion. Members really are interested in learning the stories behind the images they are seeing.   There is always a story - why did the photographer  take the shot in the first place? The maker should be able to answer questions and give feedback about the image while it is on screen, including the f stop, iso, and shutter speed, as these topics always come up.  The forum is also an opportunity for the photographers to ask technical and artistic questions to help them better achieve their vision in camera, in post-processing and/or in the field or studio. 

    Remember:  The overall goal is for everyone to learn and have fun!

     

    Here are the rules for submitting your challenge images:

    1. You may submit up to 3  images taken in last 12 months (any subject or genre) per challenge.  We will show as many images as time allows and ensure that one or more images from each submitter  is critiqued.  Should it not be possible to show all images in the available time, the submitted images not shown will be shown at the start of the next Challenge.
    2. Keep it fresh – Images must not have been entered in a previous challenge or program.
    3. Keep it clean – no watermarks or other identifying information on the images.
    4. Challenges are open to current, paid-up club members only, and all submitted images must be the maker's own work.  
    5. Images must be jpg file format and a minimum size of 1 mb. and no larger than 5 mb.
    6. Send your finished images via email attachments (NOT embedded) by midnight of the submission deadline date:  challenges@oakvillecameraclub.com   Don't wait until the last minute! Submissions received after the deadline will not be evaluated. 

     

    Please include the following mandatory information in your email message with the attached images:

    1. Your name and telephone number.
    2. The file name of each image.  Follow the club file naming convention:Title of Image-
       Name of Photographer.jpg   (example: Autumn Leaves-John Doe.jpg ).
    3. The title of each image (title is used at the presentation).
    4. When submitting images, the photographer  is encouraged to include basic information about the image. When it was taken, where, and what kind of feedback they are looking for.   
       

    Your ideas, comments and suggestions are always welcome! Please email the challenges director challenges@oakvillecameraclub.com or chat in person at any of the camera club meetings.

     

    This is a member driven event, but guests are welcome. Members choose and discuss their own submissions to develop their photography skills.  It is a great learning event. Non-members must register before 4 pm on the day.  Send an email request to info@oakvillecameraclub.com

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  • Jared Fein created a new event

    Share & Learn (Fall Challenge)

    In this session we are launching the newly revised Challenges Program, under its new Share & Learn Format.  The details, rules and image submission requirements are as below.  The deadline for image submission is midnight Nov. 21. 2022.

     Background:  The original OCC challenge program has been r...

    In this session we are launching the newly revised Challenges Program, under its new Share & Learn Format.  The details, rules and image submission requirements are as below.  The deadline for image submission is midnight Nov. 21. 2022.

     Background:  The original OCC challenge program has been revitalized under the new program name "Share & Learn".  It remains focused on advancing member photography skills in a friendly atmosphere where members learn from each other. Wherever possible, the program will tie in with club outings, speaker program presentations and other educational activities to enhance member learning experiences.  "Share & Learn" presents low-risk opportunitiesfor members to experiment outside their photographic comfort zones, to expand their artistic and technical skills. 

    Submitted images are evaluated by the OCC members.   It is an opportunity for members to show their work, share their knowledge, seek help, experiment with their photography and learn how to constructively critique.  We may not all agree with some of the feedback we receive, but creative differences lead to lively discussions. Constructive evaluation may help each of us to  find new ways of thinking about our photography, from composition to shutter click to final touches. Objective evaluation can be a tool for development, and challenge meetings are a great opportunity to interact with fellow club members.

    In the spirit of creative adventure and discussion, the Challenges Director may choose one or more of the "Share & Learn"  images, and apply some edits in post-processing to explore and illustrate another way of showing off an image (e.g. in colour vs. B&W) . These altered images, which may not necessarily be better that the originally submitted images,  will be clearly identified and shown alongside the original images for discussion. 

    In this new format, there will be no formal judging and scoring of the submitted images by any judges, nor will there be any winners chosen, gift cards presented or judging sheets posted on the web site.  For the program to succeed, we need to have active member  participation in the critiquing.  To help facilitate  this, individuals selected from our pool  of CAPA-trained judges will help out.   

    The identities of the photographers will be kept confidential unless they choose to participate in the discussions. We encourage the submitters to talk about their presented work and to respond to the critique comments if they would like.    Anonymity is always an option, but it makes for a rather empty discussion. Members really are interested in learning the stories behind the images they are seeing.   There is always a story - why did the photographer  take the shot in the first place? The maker should be able to answer questions and give feedback about the image while it is on screen, including the f stop, iso, and shutter speed, as these topics always come up.  The forum is also an opportunity for the photographers to ask technical and artistic questions to help them better achieve their vision in camera, in post-processing and/or in the field or studio. 

    Remember:  The overall goal is for everyone to learn and have fun!

     

    Here are the rules for submitting your challenge images:

    1. You may submit up to 3  images taken in last 12 months (any subject or genre) per challenge.  We will show as many images as time allows and ensure that one or more images from each submitter  is critiqued.  Should it not be possible to show all images in the available time, the submitted images not shown will be shown at the start of the next Challenge.
    2. Keep it fresh – Images must not have been entered in a previous challenge or program.
    3. Keep it clean – no watermarks or other identifying information on the images.
    4. Challenges are open to current, paid-up club members only, and all submitted images must be the maker's own work.  
    5. Images must be jpg file format and a minimum size of 1 mb. and no larger than 5 mb.
    6. Send your finished images via email attachments (NOT embedded) by midnight of the submission deadline date:  challenges@oakvillecameraclub.com   Don't wait until the last minute! Submissions received after the deadline will not be evaluated. 

     

    Please include the following mandatory information in your email message with the attached images:

    1. Your name and telephone number.
    2. The file name of each image.  Follow the club file naming convention:Title of Image-
       Name of Photographer.jpg   (example: Autumn Leaves-John Doe.jpg ).
    3. The title of each image (title is used at the presentation).
    4. When submitting images, the photographer  is encouraged to include basic information about the image(s). When it was taken, where, and what kind of feedback they are looking for.   
       

    Your ideas, comments and suggestions are always welcome! Please email the challenges director challenges@oakvillecameraclub.com or chat in person at any of the camera club meetings.

     

     

    Photo Credit:  Jared Fein

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    Exploration #22 “Exploration…Rocks!”

    Exploration #22 “Exploration…Rocks!”

     

    Tuesday November 8th – 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

     

    Deadline: November 6th at midnight. 

     

    Not just rocks - but stones, marble, minerals, granite, sand, quartz, jade, coal, and all manner of naturally occurring geological materials that may occur or have b...

    Exploration #22 “Exploration…Rocks!”

     

    Tuesday November 8th – 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

     

    Deadline: November 6th at midnight. 

     

    Not just rocks - but stones, marble, minerals, granite, sand, quartz, jade, coal, and all manner of naturally occurring geological materials that may occur or have been remanufactured in any form.  Geological artifacts are all around us, out there in natural world and in our home environment.

    Use basic skills, techniques and ideas to interpret and visualize your selections - such as textures, complimentary and analogous colours, compositional styles, high-key, low-key, natural light, artificial light etc. and you can interpret “rocks” in all kinds of ways and create interesting and novel images.

    Submit up to three images in either colour or black and white in .jpg format with your name first in the title. Please keep each file size to less than 5MB.

     

    This meeting is open to non-members.  

    Non-members must register anytime before 4 pm on the day.  Send an email request to info@oakvillecameraclub.com

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    EXPLORATION #21 “Summer Explorations”

    EXPLORATION #21 “Summer Explorations”

    Session:   October 3rd 2022 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Summertime is often a great opportunity to improve your photography.  Whether you have travelled or stayed in place, hopefully you have been perfecting your visual techniques, developing your personal style, exp...

    EXPLORATION #21 “Summer Explorations”

    Session:   October 3rd 2022 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Summertime is often a great opportunity to improve your photography.  Whether you have travelled or stayed in place, hopefully you have been perfecting your visual techniques, developing your personal style, exploring your favourite subjects and improving your photographic skills.

    Starting off a new year in Explorations, this session is an opportunity to show what you have achieved over the summer months and would like to share with everyone as we go into the fall and winter. Perhaps a special moment that you have captured, a new discovery, an idea or approach you have perfected, now is the time to bring it into focus.

    We want to welcome new members to the Explorations group, whether you are a beginner or accomplished photographer, Explorations is a space where you can get feedback and encouragement about your photography at any level.

    Submission: up to three images in .jpg format: Send to robin@imaginacorporation.com and please include your name in each submission to make it easier to organize for presentation.

     

    Deadline for submission: October 1st

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  • Jared Fein uploaded 7 photos in the album 2022 Challenge Winners of Challenges
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  • The 2022 Spring Challenge Comments and Score Sheet has been uploaded to the Judging Sheets directory under the Challenges pull down tab.
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    EXPLORATION #20 “Framing Your Ideas with a “flat lay”

    EXPLORATION #20 “Framing Your Ideas with a “flat lay”

    Session:  June 1st   7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    A flat lay is a composition of carefully selected and arranged items, arranged on a flat surface and shot directly from above.

    In this Exploration you should assemble a thematic group of items and desi...

    EXPLORATION #20 “Framing Your Ideas with a “flat lay”

    Session:  June 1st   7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    A flat lay is a composition of carefully selected and arranged items, arranged on a flat surface and shot directly from above.

    In this Exploration you should assemble a thematic group of items and design a compositional arrangement that illustrates the links among them – one that that clearly communicates these relationships to the viewer. Select diverse shapes and sizes, create a simple, strong composition and balance, complementary textures and decide on a colour palette suited to the overall theme. This is an opportunity to select a fascinating subject that you enjoy, would like to share, and reflects your interests.

    Background elements should generally be simple or plain. Lighting should be appropriate to the content – most often this will be a diffuse natural or artificial source of illumination.

    Typical subjects for this genre include food, fashion, technology, hobbies, artistic skills, etc. but its open to any personal interpretation.

     

    Deadline for submissions: midnight May 30th

    Submission: up to three images in .jpg format: Send to robin@imaginacorporation.com and please include your name in each submission to make it easier to organize for presentation.

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    Mastering the Basics of Off-Camera Flash (Repeat)

    Mastering the Basics of Off-Camera Flash

    Several OCC members missed the tutorial on off-camera flash which I presented on March 14th. I have offered to give a tutorial/question/answer session on Monday April 4th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Explorations#19 is an off-camera flash assignment so it woul...

    Mastering the Basics of Off-Camera Flash

    Several OCC members missed the tutorial on off-camera flash which I presented on March 14th. I have offered to give a tutorial/question/answer session on Monday April 4th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Explorations#19 is an off-camera flash assignment so it would be important to attend if you wish to participate.

    This tutorial is designed as an introductory guide to using off-camera flash in a home or small studio space using low cost and DIY tools and techniques to producing successful results. Especially useful for beginners, intermediate photographers, and those with a fear of using flash, this presentation will take the participant through the basic principles, foundational tools, and simple set-ups for solutions to several typical applications.

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    Exploration #19.  “Off-camera Flash” (WEBEX)

    Exploration #19.  “Off-camera Flash”

    Session May 2nd 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Explorations are about expanding your skill set and using new techniques to record the world around you.  As photographers, you can expect to be in demand at some point to record family, friends, acquaintances, products, sti...

    Exploration #19.  “Off-camera Flash”

    Session May 2nd 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Explorations are about expanding your skill set and using new techniques to record the world around you.  As photographers, you can expect to be in demand at some point to record family, friends, acquaintances, products, still life settings, flowers etc. in different locations – including indoors.

    Off-camera flash is an excellent technique for a whole range of these situations because its light can be sculpted in many flexible, controllable, and expressive ways. While there are a number of basic concepts and techniques that need to be mastered to use off-camera flash effectively, these are easily leaned and practiced in order to feel comfortable with the low-cost tools available today.

    This exploration is to use off-camera flash to shoot unto three different images: for example, portraits, a still life, smoke, splashes, etc. with an off-camera flash plus a reflector as fill light

    if required. Explore lighting technique and/or flash’s ability to stop motion.

    My March 14th flash tutorial information session will be repeated  on Monday April 4th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

    Deadline for submissions: midnight April 30th

    Submission: up to three images in .jpg format: Send to robin@imaginacorporation.com and please include your name in each submission to make it easier to organize for presentation.

     

    Picture credit:  Robin King

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    Exploration #18 Small Product Shot with One Light

    Exploration #18

    Small Product Shot with One Light

    March 8th  7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

    Submission Deadline: Images are due by midnight March 6th

    The purpose of this exploration is to light a small commercial object for a promotional image with a single light source.

    Choose an object(s) that is ...

    Exploration #18

    Small Product Shot with One Light

    March 8th  7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

    Submission Deadline: Images are due by midnight March 6th

    The purpose of this exploration is to light a small commercial object for a promotional image with a single light source.

    Choose an object(s) that is less than 10 in x 10in x 10 inches.

    Research your selection on the internet to see what approaches have been successful and collect sample images for reference. Pay particular attention to the quality of the light (position and intensity) as well as the shadows cast and any reflections in the product that define its shape.

    Analyze the lighting to see how you can use one light source (natural or artificial) and, if necessary with reflectors, to create strong modelling to shape the product. You can introduce additional elements but they must only support the theme.

    Submission: up to three images in .jpg format including one reference image to show your research. Send to robin@imaginacorporation.com and please include your name in each submission to make it easier to organize for presentation.

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    Exploration #17: “Measurement”

    Exploration #17: “Measurement”

     

    February 8th 2022 - 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

     

    Submission Deadline: Images due by midnight February 6th 2022

    There are many aspects of daily life that are easily missed and yet are seldom the subject of photographic exploration.  Every day, many times of day, w...

    Exploration #17: “Measurement”

     

    February 8th 2022 - 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

     

    Submission Deadline: Images due by midnight February 6th 2022

    There are many aspects of daily life that are easily missed and yet are seldom the subject of photographic exploration.  Every day, many times of day, we use, depend upon, or refer to, methods and tools of measurement that are important or even critical to our actions, our health, and our interaction with others.

    You can’t effectively, monitor your health, cook your dinner, repair things, drive anywhere, design, dress for the day’s weather or create anything without referring to measurements and/or calculations in some form. Measurement is an essential aspect of making good photographic images as well (intensity, distance, colour etc.), The core aspects of this exploration should be graphic simplicity and enjoyment of the process of creating solutions to express the simple essence of measurement.

    Time, weight, length, volume, angle, speed, area, pressure, rotation, light intensity, colour, force, flow, temperature, and density, are just a few of the possibilities.  Earthquakes, hurricanes, radiation, asteroid impacts, and astronomical distance are a little more difficult - but even they are measurable.

    Select just one or two ideas to research and explore and keep your images simple using strong composition and design principles.  Submit up to three images in either colour or black and white in .jpg format to robin@imaginacorporation.com.

    Photo credit : Robin King

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