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Mar
07

Meeting

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   7th Mar, 2016
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Feb
22

Meeting: A Night with Peter Bregg

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   22nd Feb, 2016
Canadian Photojournalist and educator Peter Bregg will be speaking Monday February 22 on his career including how he gets a great portraits with famous people.

http://peterbreggphotography.com
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Feb
01

For the Love of the Landscape with Ethan Meleg

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   1st Feb, 2016
For the Love of the Landscape! Great landscape photos have the power to inspire us and evoke a sense of place! The best landscape photos have three key ingredients: dramatic light, strong foregrou... For the Love of the Landscape!

Great landscape photos have the power to inspire us and evoke a sense of place! The best landscape photos have three key ingredients: dramatic light, strong foregrounds and depth of field from near to far. Ethan will share his top tips on techniques and gear (including filters) for making stunning landscape photos that will leave others saying 'wow'!
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Jan
04

Night with the Mentors

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   4th Jan, 2016
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  1.   8
Dec
21

Christmas party

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   21st Dec, 2015
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  1.   6
Nov
27

Capture Oakville Exhibition & Rewards Gala

  1.   Exhibit
  2.   Public
  1.   27th Nov, 2015
Join us! Exhibition will feature over 80 photographic images Reception begins at 7:00pm Awards Ceremony at 8:15pm Free Admission http://www.captureoakville.com/?page_id=60 for more detai... Join us!

Exhibition will feature over 80 photographic images

Reception begins at 7:00pm
Awards Ceremony at 8:15pm

Free Admission

http://www.captureoakville.com/?page_id=60 for more details!
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Oct
17

Fall Colours Hike at Sherman Falls and Dundas Valley Conservation Area

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   17th Oct, 2015
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Oct
03

Lightroom WorkShop - October 2015

  1.   Workshop
  2.   Public
  1.   3rd Oct, 2015
Details Coming Soon

Payment button is available from our Payments Menu. You must be logged in to access Payments Menu.

http://www.oakvillecameraclub.com/pay/workshoppayment
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Sep
20

British Car Day

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   20th Sep, 2015
About British Car Day: British Car Day 2015 is an annual event hosted by the Toronto Triumph Club, on the third Sunday of September. Since its inaugural event in 1984, it has grown in leaps and b... About British Car Day:
British Car Day 2015 is an annual event hosted by the Toronto Triumph Club,
on the third Sunday of September. Since its inaugural event in 1984, it has
grown in leaps and bounds, & now draws over 1,000 British cars and 8,000
spectators. The event is the largest, one-day, all-British car event in North
America, with visitors from throughout the northeast United States, the
Maritime provinces, Quebec, and Manitoba. We have even had visitors from
Alberta, Texas, the UK, and New Zealand.

read more in the attached PDF pamphlet.
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Sep
12

Toronto Street and Architecture Outing Saturday September 12

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   12th Sep, 2015
Oakville Camera Club September 12 Outing: The Streets and architecture of Toronto Meet up Time: 1:45 PM Where: Union Station York St. Concourse, Toronto in the waiting area by the stairs for trac... Oakville Camera Club September 12 Outing: The Streets and architecture of Toronto

Meet up Time: 1:45 PM
Where: Union Station York St. Concourse, Toronto in the waiting area by the stairs for track 12/13.

Since members are coming from Burlington, Bronte, Oakville and Mississauga better to hop the GO train that will get you to Union Station for 1:45. GO schedules are here:
http://www.gotransit.com/timetables/en/schedules/full_schedules.aspx

Adult fares will vary depending where you board the train.

Once we meet up in downtown Toronto, we leave Union Station walking up York St. to Wellington, go east on Wellington to Bay St. and take Bay to Queen St.

From there we walk west on Queen St. walking past Nathan Philips Square and cutting through the Law Society of Upper Canada’s grounds to University, from there we go North to Dundas and then west on Dundas to McCaul, we then go north then west a bit by walking along Baldwin then north on Henry St. then across to Beverly St. (which runs into St. George) From there we turn north again to College and then east to King’s College Circle to the St. George Campus of University of Toronto and we go north, past University College and the residences. Then we go west along Harbord St. to St. George, we go north again past Robarts Library (the Bunker) and cut over to Huron St., we go North on Huron to the BP Nicholson Lane and we then go south back Huron past Coach House Press. We then go back east to St. George and walk North to Bloor St. and walk East along Bloor to Avenue Rd. We go North one block to Prince Arthur and west until we reach our destination: The Duke of York Pub.

For those who might find the walk strenuous, you have the option of hopping on the TTC we are in close proximity of the Yonge/ University Subway Line and the Spadina LRT Line. Note the closest subway station to the Duke of York is at St. George.

What do you need:

Comfortable shoes as there is a lot of walking involved. Money for the subway/LRT in Toronto, cash fare is $3. Note while in early September it still feels like Summer during the day, it can cool down at night, dress accordingly.
In terms of camera gear, lean towards packing light and reasonably inconspicuous, restrict yourself to normal to wide angle lenses.

Outing Map is right here: http://www.plotaroute.com/route/103975

View route map for September OCC Street Photography Route on plotaroute.com
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Dec
07

Fall Challenge Results

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   7th Dec, 2015
Hi, Tonight Marcel and the Challenges Team will be reviewing the results of the Fall Challenges. To refresh memories, the categories are: Best Travel Photo Ever, Severe Weather and Action Photograph... Hi,
Tonight Marcel and the Challenges Team will be reviewing the results of the Fall Challenges. To refresh memories, the categories are: Best Travel Photo Ever, Severe Weather and Action Photography.

Save the date: Monday December 21 is the annual Christmas Party with pizza and cold drinks. We all have a "Meet the Committee Chairs", if you're interested in volunteering with the club for a portfolio but don't know where to start. Finally a one night only frame sale. Five dollars per frame, cash only and one night only. If you have a print in Capture Oakville 2014 you can get it back framed, mounted and matted for only $5.

See you Tonight

Bill Smith, Oakville Camera Club President
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Oct
05

Capture Oakville 2015 Submission Deadline

  1.   Competition
  2.   Public
  1.   5th Oct, 2015
Submission Deadline for Capture Oakville Photography Competition www.captureoakville.com Entry Drop-off Locations: Locations for mailing or drop-off: Oakville Camera Club Meeting - Entries m... Submission Deadline for Capture Oakville Photography Competition

www.captureoakville.com

Entry Drop-off Locations:
Locations for mailing or drop-off:

Oakville Camera Club Meeting - Entries may be dropped off at regular Oakville
Camera Club meetings: visit
www.oakvillecameraclub.com
for dates and times of
meetings.

OCC Meeting Location:
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, ON

Capture Oakville 2014, c/o Henry's Oakville
Attention: Rob Buchelt
210 North Service Rd West, Oakville, ON, L6J 7W2

Capture Oakville 2014, c/o CPS Inkworks
Attention: Bill Hewitt
1086 Burnhamthorpe Rd. East, Oakville, ON, L6H 7B2
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Nov
23

Rocky Mountain Photo Trip with Mark and Wojtek

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   23rd Nov, 2015
Hi, Monday night we're in for at treat with Wojtek and Mark showing their images from a recent trip in the Rockies this past Summer. It's one thing to admire spectacular photos, what do you need to ... Hi,
Monday night we're in for at treat with Wojtek and Mark showing their images from a recent trip in the Rockies this past Summer. It's one thing to admire spectacular photos, what do you need to do to prepare and where to go once you arrive?

Also at Monday night's meeting some leftover business from the AGM, the Oakville Camera Club operating budget has been finalized, a copy has been uploaded onto the Oakville Camera Club site for your review. http://www.oakvillecameraclub.com

See you Monday night!
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Nov
02

Covering the Pan Am Games and Other News Stories with Graeme Roy

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   2nd Nov, 2015
Covering the Pan Am Games and Other News Stories with Graeme Roy
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Oct
19

Performing Arts and Portraiture with Michael Cooper

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   19th Oct, 2015
Performing Arts and Portraiture with Michael Cooper
http://www.coopershoots.com
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Oct
05

Taking your Images from Good to Great with Neil Ta

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   5th Oct, 2015
Neil Ta is a Toronto-based wedding and commercial photographer. His personal work has touched upon the exploration of the built environment, making use of unseen and unused space in a way that present... Neil Ta is a Toronto-based wedding and commercial photographer. His personal work has touched upon the exploration of the built environment, making use of unseen and unused space in a way that presents the familiar in a new light. His current long-term project is focused on those living in the Alexandra Park neighbourhood of Toronto, an area undergoing gentrification over the next decade. Rather than restricting the genres of photography he shoots, he embraces the ‘cross-pollinationization’ of influences to create memorable work. His talk "From Good to Great" will give photographers of all levels and genre practical tips on taking their images to the next level.
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Sep
21

Urban Photography with Ren Bostelaar

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   21st Sep, 2015
Urban Photography with Ren Bostelaar
http://renbostelaar.tumblr.com/tagged/places/chrono
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Aug
31

Annual General Meeting

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   31st Aug, 2015
Hi, Wow, it's almost the end of August, I hope you had a great Summer, The Oakville Camera Club AGM is on Monday August 31 at QE Park at 7 PM. The financials are on a Google Doc on the Oakville Came... Hi,
Wow, it's almost the end of August, I hope you had a great Summer, The Oakville Camera Club AGM is on Monday August 31 at QE Park at 7 PM. The financials are on a Google Doc on the Oakville Camera Club Website on the event.
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Jun
27

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  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   27th Jun, 2015










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Oct
17

AGM Meeting

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   17th Oct, 2018
No description for this group yet.
Oct
17

AGM Meeting

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   17th Oct, 2018
No description for this group yet.
Oct
17

AGM Meeting

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   17th Oct, 2018
No description for this group yet.
Oct
17

AGM Meeting

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   17th Oct, 2018
No description for this group yet.
Jun
22

Challenge Two results

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   22nd Jun, 2015
Challenge Two results
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Jun
08

Unleashing Your Creative Potential and Getting your Photos Published with Nancy Falconi

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   8th Jun, 2015
Unleashing Your Creative Potential and Getting your Photos Published with Nancy Falconi
http://nancyfalconi.com
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May
25

Beyond the Shutter Speed with Rafal

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   25th May, 2015
Join us for a photography demo with Rafal Kiermacz. He will present a photographic technique of capturing a "dancing liquid". As with Rafal's past demos of liquid collisions and bursting balloon... Join us for a photography demo with Rafal Kiermacz.

He will present a photographic technique of capturing a "dancing liquid".

As with Rafal's past demos of liquid collisions and bursting balloons, prepare yourself for a fun, inspiring evening where you'll learn a new photographic technique.

For some examples and more information visit Rafal’s web page at www.beyondshutterspeed.com
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Jun
21

Canadian Raptor Conservancy - Birds in Flight

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  2.   Public
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  1.   21st Jun, 2015
The Canadian Raptor Conservancy offers bird in flight photo sessions at their facility near Port Dover. Each session runs 3 hours and includes 6 birds in flight and 3 or 4 static birds, and will cost ... The Canadian Raptor Conservancy offers bird in flight photo sessions at their facility near Port Dover. Each session runs 3 hours and includes 6 birds in flight and 3 or 4 static birds, and will cost you $50.00 + HST.

This is an excellent opportunity to capture these magnificent birds as they fly between perches roughly 200m apart in an open field. High above, if you look up, you will see wild Bald Eagles flying. At this event, expect to be able to capture great images of Harris Hawk, Red Tailed Hawk, Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle, Peregrine Falcon (very difficult!) and maybe even a Kestrel.

Also available for static, portrait shots would be the Great Horned Owl, Barn Owl, Great Gray Owl or a Long-eared Owl, depending on who's at the "inn" on the given day.

You will need to bring your "A" game technique to this event; it may seem like shooting fish in a barrel - but these birds wait for no one. A good, long, fast lens is a must - preferably zoom f/4 (80-400, 100-400, 200-400) as opposed to fixed. Good panning technique with high powered glass is required. A tripod is recommended also. Timing is everything to get those lift-off and touch-down shots - the most dramatic shots you will get.

The site is open, flat field. Good running/walking shoes are all that you will need for adequate footwear. Dress for the weather - which hopefully is quite fine at this time!
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May
16

Rondeau Provincial Park

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   16th May, 2015
We will be heading down to Rondeau again during the May 2-4 long weekend (best for the migrations!). David Barr will accompany us again as our host. Colin Bantin ( ccbantin@sympatico.ca ) will be l... We will be heading down to Rondeau again during the May 2-4 long weekend (best for the migrations!). David Barr will accompany us again as our host.

Colin Bantin ( ccbantin@sympatico.ca ) will be leading the group to Rondeau. The plan is for all attending to meet up at Rondeau Joe's - a restaurant just outside the entrance to the park. Please contact Colin for any other details and questions about the meet-up. Because this is a popular site and weekend for birders, it is not likely that there is any "room at the inn" at this point. So unless (like Colin) you can camp out in your van/vehicle at the park overnight, this is likely to be a day trip for you. The drive is approximately 2.5 hours, so you should plan to leave the Oakville area by 8am.

Though a long trip, we guarantee you a great experience, especially under the guidance of Colin and out host David Barr. Hope to see you there.

Please indicate your attendance to this on the Events "Attend" button.
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May
31

Grindstone Marsh Trails

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   31st May, 2015
The Grindstone Creek system is a long system.  The part that we will go to runs below the RBG.  The best way to get there is drive to the RBG, turn off Plains road and drive down the road past the RBG... The Grindstone Creek system is a long system.  The part that we will go to runs below the RBG.  The best way to get there is drive to the RBG, turn off Plains road and drive down the road past the RBG building.. It winds down to a dead end.  We would park our cars in the small parking area and walk across the bridge.  At the base of the hill there is a path that follows the creek.  Staying to the right you come to a large open area.  There are two large bridges there.  From where we park our car to the two bridges and beyond there are lots of photo opportunities. Best of all it is free.
We can leave the QEP at 9:00 am and offer car pooling
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Apr
19

Hamilton Street Photography

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   19th Apr, 2015
A walk about the character rich city of Hamilton with our very own Kevin Chan as the leader of this group. More details will be released and discussed at the next regular meeting. Challenge yoursel... A walk about the character rich city of Hamilton with our very own Kevin Chan as the leader of this group. More details will be released and discussed at the next regular meeting.

Challenge yourself to get outside your comfort zone. Try new things - like fixed focus for quick snaps with no auto focus getting in the way of the decisive moment. Capture some great urban images for diversity. And best of all - have fun!

Meetup at the QEP for 9:30am for car pooling or go directly to the Tim Hortons located at 35 King St E, Hamilton, ON L8N 4A9.

What to bring? I suggest a small and as inconspicuous a camera as possible, with a full frame equivalent lens focal length of about 35 - 50mm - fixed.

Rather than relying on autofocus and metering - try having everything fixed - focus and exposure - so your camera does not have to pause to think about the shot and possibly miss focus or exposure. Also, try to look for situations that may be developing and try to take the shot just at the right moment - the decisive moment. For urban type shots, try to capture something that is telling a story and not just a record of a place.
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May
11

The Science of Light with Don Komarechka

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   11th May, 2015
The Science of Light with Don Komarechka
Website: http://www.donkom.ca
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Apr
27

Ontario Landscapes with Andrew McLachlan

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   27th Apr, 2015
Ontario Landscapes with Andrew McLachlan

Andrew McLachlan Website:
http://www.andrewmclachlan.ca/g1-31.htm
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Mar
29

Niagara Butterfly Conservatory

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
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  1.   29th Mar, 2015
This magical attraction features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfal... This magical attraction features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall and the Emergence window, where butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight! The self-guided walking tour of the Butterfly Conservatory begins with a short, informative video presentation that is close captioned for the hearing impaired.

The Butterfly Conservatory is located on the grounds of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens, 10 minutes north of the Falls. Over 2,000 butterflies, made up of 45 different species, call this beautiful space home. Explore 180 metres of pathways winding through a lush, tropical environment.
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Feb
17

Rockwood CA Mid-week Outing - FEBRUARY 17TH 2015

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   17th Feb, 2015
This is a very informal group and we hope to do this regularly. The date is set for Feb. 17 except if the weather is not good in which case we will try the 18th. We will meet in QEP parking lot a... This is a very informal group and we hope to do this
regularly. The date is set for Feb. 17 except if the
weather is not good in which case we will try the 18th.

We will meet in QEP parking lot and leave QEP at
08:30 sharp

Destination Rockwood Conservation area. (About 60KM from QEP)

Cost will be $6 ($5.25 for seniors)

Expected duration is 4-5 hours including driving time

No need to register

If time permits, join us.
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Jan
20

MID-WEEK OUTINGS - January 20 2015

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   20th Jan, 2015
Why Mid-week outings? An extra opportunity to get out photographing with fellow club members Since the light and weather are variable it will challenge your creativity. It is a chance to learn. The... Why Mid-week outings?
An extra opportunity to get out photographing with fellow club members
Since the light and weather are variable it will challenge your creativity. It is a chance to learn.
The hike will contribute to your new year’s resolution of getting healthy (you remember your resolution … )
You just never know what you will see, maybe the Capture Oakville Grand Prize Winner!

We will leave QEP at 09:30 sharp
Destination Crawford Lake Conservation
Expected duration is 2-3 hours
No need to register.
If time permits, join us.


Leader : Marcel Painchaud
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Feb
08

Reptilia Zoo - February 8th 2015

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
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  1.   8th Feb, 2015
Reptilia is Canada’s largest fully indoor reptile zoo displaying over 250 reptiles, amphibians and even a few arachnids in spotless, naturalistic displays.
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Feb
22

Studio Portrait Workshop 2015

  1.   Workshop
  2.   Public
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  1.   22nd Feb, 2015
There is a limited number of spots available. The only way to guarantee a spot is to submit a payment. At the OCC Portrait Workshop you will have an incredible opportunity to learn to ph...


There is a limited number of spots available.


The only way to guarantee a spot is to submit a payment.


At the OCC Portrait Workshop you will have an incredible opportunity to learn to photograph 6 models using portable and studio lighting setups. Under the eye of experienced photographers you will achieve photos worthy of your portfolio.



Click here to pay and attend.

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Apr
13

First Challenge of 2015 Results.

  1.   Challenge
  2.   Public
  1.   13th Apr, 2015
No description for this group yet.
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Mar
23

Ethan Meleg, Confessions of a Crazed Photographer

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   23rd Mar, 2015
No description for this group yet.
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  2.   Queen Elizabeth...
Mar
09

Boris Spremo: Toronto Star staff photographer

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   9th Mar, 2015
No description for this group yet.
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  2.   Queen Elizabeth...
Feb
23

Meeting: Peter West - Advanced Lightroom Tips

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   23rd Feb, 2015
Club Meeting Advanced Lightroom Tips For Everyone. Part 2 of Peter's non-technical, plain-language tips and hints to make Lightroom easy to understand and easy to use for newcomers to photo editing. ... Club Meeting
Advanced Lightroom Tips For Everyone. Part 2 of Peter's non-technical, plain-language tips and hints to make Lightroom easy to understand and easy to use for newcomers to photo editing. Bring your questions and get to know Lightroom so you too can take advantage of this pro-level photo editor and powerful database
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Feb
02

Dave Taylor-Wildlife

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   2nd Feb, 2015
No description for this group yet.
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Jan
19

Kevin Patrick Robbins- Portrait Photography

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   19th Jan, 2015
No description for this group yet.
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  2.   Queen Elizabeth...
Jan
11

The Devil's Punch Bowl - Sunday January 11th 2015

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   11th Jan, 2015
Devil's Punchbowl is a ribbon waterfall 37 metres (121 feet) in height and a crest width of 3 metres (10 feet). Located at the Devil's Punchbowl Conservation Area in Stoney Creek, the area actually c...

Devil's Punchbowl is a ribbon waterfall 37 metres (121 feet) in height and a crest width of 3 metres (10 feet). Located at the Devil's Punchbowl Conservation Area in Stoney Creek, the area actually contains two separate falls: the Upper Falls is the classical shape, while the Lower is the ribbon type. Known at one time as Horseshoe Falls, it is the third highest waterfall in Hamilton.

The Devil's Punchbowl does dry up often and has water flowing after rainfalls and during the winter snow melt. Often when water is flowing, it is a trickle- however, this is still an impressive sight, as this thin ribbon waterfall falls 37 metres before making contact with anything.

Above from : http://cityofwaterfalls.ca/devil_punchbowl.html

I have visited the area on Dec 21st and it is accessible with some water flow. I will update as we get closer to the time. There are trails to the bottom which allow you to walk to the base of the falls for some dramtatic views. However, wintery conditions could make this difficult. These trails may require about 45 minutes with some elevation changes.

It is possible to also visit the historical Battlefield House in Hamilton after this venue.

 

How to get there

To reach the Devil's Punchbowl by car, exit from the QEW onto Centennial Parkway South.

Merge onto Centennial Pkwy N/RR 20 S
Continue to follow RR 20 S4.7 km
Turn left onto Ridge Rd
Destination will be on the left

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Dec
05

Capture Oakville 2014 Photo Exhibit & Awards Gala

  1.   Exhibit
  2.   Public
  1.   5th Dec, 2014
On behalf of the Oakville Camera Club, we cordially invite you to attend our annual Capture Oakville Exhibition and Awards Gala to be held on Friday, December 5, 2014 from 7 pm to 9 pm. at the Queen E... On behalf of the Oakville Camera Club, we cordially invite you to attend our annual Capture Oakville Exhibition and Awards Gala to be held on Friday, December 5, 2014 from 7 pm to 9 pm. at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. Please refer to the attached poster for more information.

Please join us in celebration of the accomplishment of our members, volunteers and meet some of our local talented artists. The event is open to members, friends and the general public.

OCC is a registered non-profit organization with its objective to contribute to our community’s quality of life by enhancing the enjoyment, appreciation and public profile of the photographic arts. Our Club provides opportunities for photographers of all skill levels in our community to reach their creative potential in a friendly, supportive environment through knowledge sharing among members, expert presentations, workshops, critiques, field trips and competitions.

Hope to see you there!
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Oct
08

Always Best Care - Potomac

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  2.   Public
  1.   8th Oct, 2014
Always Best Care provides companion services, including transportation, non-medical in-home personal care, and personalized assisted living and independent living finder and referral services. All our...
Always Best Care provides companion services, including transportation, non-medical in-home personal care, and personalized assisted living and independent living finder and referral services. All our caregivers are carefully screened, thoroughly trained, bonded and insured to provide the safest and highest level of care. We have strong relationships with area hospitals, social workers, senior communities and senior resources throughout the area.
http://www.alwaysbestcare.com/us/md/montgomery-county/potomac.aspx

 

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Sep
24

Capture Oakville 2014 - Submission Deadline: Monday, 6 October 2014

  1.   Competition
  2.   Public
  1.   24th Sep, 2014
No description for this group yet.
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Oct
05

Fall Colours - 2014 -Sunday October 5th @ 2PM - Terra Cotta Conservation Area

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
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  1.   5th Oct, 2014
This year, the OCC Fall Colours outing will be on Sunday October 5th 2014 at the Terra Cotta Conservation Area. Entry fee is $5.00 (pay at the entrance booth). This ticket will also get you into B...

This year, the OCC Fall Colours outing will be on Sunday October 5th 2014 at the Terra Cotta Conservation Area.

Entry fee is $5.00 (pay at the entrance booth). This ticket will also get you into Belfountain Conservation Area only 10 minutes away if you would like to venture to that location also. The trip is approximately 45 minutes heading north-east on Winston Churchill.

There is fine landscape photography on offer with bodies of water to enhance the view. There should be some good opportunity for macro photography along the trails also.

Pack you landscape (wide angle, grad filters etc.) and macro gear. Don't forget a tripod.

The Terra Cotta Lane trail is roughly 4km and ranked as beginner - well groomed trail with almost no elevation changes.

Dress for what seems to be a cool Fall season and where comfortable shoes. Hiking boots are  not necessary.

Car-pooling can be arranged via communication through this forum or email - let me know if you are interested and it will be arranged. The usual starting point will be the QEP Parking lot.

Regards,

William Barrow

 

 

 

 

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  2.   14452 Winston C...
Sep
21

The 31st Annual British Car Day Outing

  1.   Outing
  2.   Public
  1.   21st Sep, 2014
The venue for British Car Day© is Bronte Creek Provincial Park, conveniently located at the Burloak Drive exit off the Queen Elizabeth Way. The south entrance is for non-British cars & spectators, whi...

The venue for British Car Day© is Bronte Creek Provincial Park, conveniently located at the Burloak Drive exit off the Queen Elizabeth Way. The south entrance is for non-British cars & spectators, while the north entrance is reserved for British car exhibitors and vendors.

Show cars gain access to the park via the north maintenance/service entrance, at the bend where Burloak Drive becomes Upper Middle Road, from 8:00am onwards. The spectator gates open at 9:00am and Participant's Choice judging begins in earnest. The judging wraps up at 1:00pm and the awards ceremony begins around 2:00pm.

Entry fee to the park for spectators is $16 per car (or use your Parks Ontario season pass). There is no limit on the number of people in the car. Please pay using cash if possible. Car pool to split costs.

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  2.   Bronte Creek Pr...
Dec
15

Meeting: Christmas Party

  1.   Meeting
  2.   Public
  1.   15th Dec, 2014

Christmas Party

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  2.   2302 Bridge Rd....
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