Three Pro Workflows Workshop

Join Ray, Randy and Wayne of Pixels Foto & Frame as we continue our series of photography professionals present their post-processing workflows. During this presentation-style workshop you will see three distinct types of workflows: on landscape photography, on wedding photography and on sports photography. Feel free to bring your laptops or take notes, either way, you will learn a lot from these masters.

Where: Pixels Foto & Frame

When: Tuesday, 12-August, beginning at 6:30pm

Tutorials & Guides Online

We have just posted the two presentations from Keith Hill's Live View workshop and Richard Pick's Image Stacking workshop. You may see and download them from our Guides & Tutorials page, as well as other previous presentations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Albion Basin Wildflower Field Trip

Want to beat the sizzling summer heat while hanging out with your compadres of the Wasatch Camera Club?  Then you should join us for an evening of delightfully cool mountain breezes as we stroll through the alpine woods and meadows of the Albion Basin at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon.

We'll be hiking on the Albion Meadows trail, it has a rather moderate elevation gain that rambles past a ski lift or two, through some woods, and then to a striking meadow that is a Shangri-La for mountain wildflowers.  We'll begin our hike at the parking lot that surrounds the information booth pictured here, it is just east of the Snowpine Lodge as you stay on the main road, as you go past the Alta ski area. 

Be reminded that the temperatures may be considerably cooler at this elevation, the day I scouted this trail the temp in the valley was 95 while at the trailhead it was 67 - the cool breeze was delightful mind you.  Bring all your favorite photographic gear, and a long lens if you fancy yourself as a wildlife photographer - there's as much fauna as there is flora.

For those that would be interested in carpooling up Little Cottonwood.  We'll meet at the parking lot at the mouth of the canyon at 5:30 and departing so that we can meet at the trail head just before 6:00 pm.  The lot is located here: http://goo.gl/maps/3CO07

The Albion Meadows trail head and parking area can be seen here: http://goo.gl/maps/M9RYZ

Saturday, July 26, 6:00 pm

Albion Meadows trail head

Please RSVP: here.

Contact: Jim 801-792-3570

 

 

 

Live View / Focus Stacking Workshop

In this Workshop we’ll cover the topics of using Live View and Focus Stacking. The first half will be presented by club president, Keith Hill, and the second half will be presented by club member Dick Pick.

Squeezing the Most Out of Live View A large number of digital SLRs have a truly powerful feature called Live View. These cameras are equipped with an LCD screen on the back of the camera that allows photographers to see 'live' where the camera is aimed and much more. This feature provides numerous aids and advantages that many photographers may overlook in day-to-day shooting. However, used to the fullest, Live View can speed you up and raise your effectiveness in the field. The presentation will center on a Canon 5D Mk II, but other makes and models offer similar, if not exact feature sets. If you plan to attend, it’s recommended you familiarize yourself with your camera’s Live View features and settings. Also, bring the camera with you to the meeting. We won’t have time to cover every question, but you may make some valuable personal discoveries in the meeting.

Focus Stacking Club member, Dick Pick (see bio below) does a great deal of slot canyon photography. The very tight dimensions make sharp focus from near walls to far ends of the canyon a true challenge. Dick uses focus stacking to keep his image sharp edge-to-edge and he’ll share how he does it and show some great examples in the second half of the meeting. Of course, focus stacking isn’t only reserved for slot canyons. If you like strong foreground objects in your landscapes this workshop is relevant as well.

Richard Pick is a native of Wisconsin where he attended the University of Wisconsin before moving West. His love for the outdoors is expressed in his landscapes and wildlife images. His landscapes capture the beauty of the Colorado Plateau. His wildlife images are primarily of the diverse bird life here in Utah. His images have been selected for the last two Audubon calendars. Dick has been photographing since his days in college and he continues to perfect his craft to this day.

 

Details...

Date/Time: 22-July, 6:30-9:00pm

Location: SLC Main Library, Conference Room B

Field Trip - Hill AFB Airshow - Sunday June 29th

We'll be heading to South Ogden this Sunday morning for the Hill Air Force Base Open House and Air Show, also called Warriors over the Wasatch.  This will be a great opportunity to see some great flying machinery on the ground and performing in the air.

We'll plan on organizing at 9:00 am (inside the gates) just to the south-east of the public entry portals shown in this map

Be sure and check out their website for all kinds of pertinent information on attending, as their are plenty of restrictions on what they'll allow into the show.  Their website also includes travel and entry routes as well as UTA and shuttle options.

Of course as a U.S. Government event, admission and parking are free.

When: Sunday, June 29, 9:00 am

Where: Hill AFB

Please RSVP: here.

Contact Jim if you have questions: 801-792-3570

Portrait Lighting Workshop

Join long time professional commercial and portrait photographer Gary Lee Booth at  ACME Camera on Thursday June 19th, 6-8pm.  

Gary will mentor and assist you in problem solving lighting situations on a portrait shoot.  You will have the opportunity to use diffusion, bounce (reflectors), and strobe lighting provided by ACME Camera of Sugarhouse. We will have models for the shoot.

Bring your cameras as this will be a "hands-on" workshop!

Location: ACME CAMERA RENTAL, 1991 S. 1100 E., SLC (in Sugarhouse)

Date: Thursday, June 19th

Time: 6-8pm

Registration closed, sorry!

Outdoor Flower Photography Workshop

This workshop, geared primarily for beginners and intermediates, is designed to show you how to manage light and create interesting compositions using flowers as your subjects. We will mainly focus on controlling the natural light but will also touch on adding supplemental light sources. We'll also cover depth of field, subject isolation, and creative compositions. Bring tripods, macro lenses (if you have them), regular lenses, and wide angles as well. The workshop will be led by two of the club's top shooters, Jim Berneike and Jeff Clay.

 

Where: Red Butte Gardens, 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City...we will meet in the interior courtyard just through the main building.
When: Saturday, 3-May, 4-6pm
Cost: There is a $10 fee ($8 for seniors) for entrance to the Gardens
 
Just Posted: Did you miss out on a paper copy of Saturday's handout? A PDF is available in our Guides & Tutorials section.
 
 
 
 
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