SLOCC Board has decided that starting in the month of May we will be
our monthly meetings through Zoom, an online
For members of the club, a few days before the meeting a Zoom invitation wll be sent to you with a link to join the meeting. If you don't already have Zoom installed on your device, the link will automatically install it, and then join the meeting.
Visitors are welcome!
To join a meeting, please send a message
to email@example.com AT LEAST 24 hours to
receive an invitation.
November Program on Zoom
November 11, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Alaska is calling......
….. and she went! Follow Cheryl Strahl to Alaska as she shares her images and stories from four trips to our northernmost state. Wild and beautiful, Alaska begs to be photographed. Polar bears at the Arctic coast, grizzly bears in Katmai National Park, caribou, muskox, lynx and all that beautiful scenery in between – Alaska is her “go-to” place. Please join Cheryl as she takes you on her amazing journey.
Her presentation will include both a slideshow of her images and talking points of highlights from her trips. Here is a sneak peek at some of the images.
Photos by Cheryl Strahl
Submissions For Show-n-TellAt the end of the meeting we will showcase member's images during Show-n-Tell, where each member may submit images on any subject, whether to ask for some ideas on how to make them better, or just to show us what you've been up to. At some meetings Field Trip images will be shown, featuring photos taken by our members at a recent outing.
Please submit no more than 5 images for Show-n-Tell to the Webmaster (firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 24 hours before the meeting - or be perpared to share your screen on Zoom. As usual, Show-n-Tell will be the last program of the meeting. Microphones will be on mute, to talk about your image, or make comments, press the space bar.
Images must be JPEG in the sRGB color space, and for best display on Zoom, sized to 1800 pixels on the longest side of the image. Please note: Images over 3 MBytes might not transfer by email. Use your name as the first part of the file name. An example of naming your image files would be as follows: if your name is Mary Smith, then you would name your files: marysmith1.jpg, marysmith2.jpg, etc. File names for the Field Trip images should start with "FT": FTmarysmith1.jpg, FTmarysmith2.jpg
For more assistance, see our tutorial on How to Prepare Digital Images for Projection.
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