camaraderie of people with a common interest!
Whatever your level of experience, if you are interested in photography
you'll probably enjoy our activities and members. We have a good time
while learning from each other. Some of our member's images are
Flicker Pool page.
Our club is a
non-profit organization devoted to
photography as a hobby. Membership is open to all who have an interest
in photography, no matter what your level of experience.
held at 7:00 pm on the 2nd Thursday of each
month (except December).
SLOCC Board has decided that starting in the month of May we will be
our monthly meetings and our next competition through Zoom, an online
information, feel free to email us at: SLOCC@slocameraclub.org
are always welcome to our
meetings. To join a meeting,
please send a message to email@example.com AT
LEAST 24 HOURS before the meeting to receive an inviation.
2021 Program on Zoom
pm on Zoom
Photography with Judy Hancock Holland
Minimalism in Photography will be the
topic for our May and June programs. Minimal photography is a genre
that is based on simplicity. It relies on focusing on one main
subject in the frame, eliminating other distractions.
For the May meeting we will view a
webinar about Minimalism with an assignment to shoot 3 minimalistic
images to share for the June program. As you shoot each of those
images please take a second shot to show the surrounding environment
of your minimal image. Of course don’t limit yourself to shooting
just 3 pairs of images, but pick your 3 best/favorite pairs to share
at the June meeting.
The format for the June meeting will be
Show and Tell where can share your 3 pairs of Minimalistic images and
if you wish, explain how you determined what to photograph.
The May webinar will be presented by
Judy Hancock Holland (https://www.jhhphoto.com/),
a photographer based on Vancouver Island, Canada. This tutorial on
minimalist photography is suitable for all levels of photographers,
from beginner to pro. Learn how to create striking images that
communicate the essence of your subject and the feelings you had when
you took the shot.
Here is an excerpt from Judy’s
“The simple things in life often arrest and delight me, and demand
my full and reverent presence and artistic attention. I often spend
many hours in communion with a single flower, for example, working to
reveal its essence rather than just its superficial appearance. I’m
drawn to both symbolism and sensual forms, and my work often reflects
my lifelong search for meaning and peace.”
June 17, 2021