No place does it better than Temple Square for Christmas lights. Join us for an early meet and we'll share strategies about night photography, and tune up your season's spirit. We will meet first at 4:30pm to capture the sunset/twilight atmosphere. For those who cannot make it that early, there will be a second meeting time at 5:30pm. We will also try to coordinate a place and time nearby to gather afterwards to exchange images and holiday cheer.
WHEN/WHERE: Meet at 4:30pm (Wed. Dec. 19) at the west entrance gate to Temple Square on West Temple. We will also arrange to meet at the same location at 5:30pm for those who cannot make 4:30pm.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Dress warmer than you usually would (photography doesn’t generate body heat). Zoom lenses can be fun to play with to create motion effects with lights. Don't forget to bring a tripod and cable release as well. For more information on Temple Square Lights click here.
The Wasatch Camera Club offers Member Photo Critiques as a way to provide participants with a better understanding about how others perceive their images. This is done in a positive and lively social setting. The open forum offers problem-solving suggestions, new perspectives and valuable feedback on images presented. Novice to master level photographers are encouraged attend. Please bring 3 to 6 of your images on a USB thumb drive prioritized in the order that you’d like them critiqued, at the beginning of the meeting we’ll count the number of participants and allocate our time accordingly.
SPECIAL NOTE: We are considering moving eveturally to the IHC Training Center for our club meetings. This meeting will be a trial run and will be held at the facility at 5300 South and I-15. See map.
Submitted by Keith Hill on Sat, 10/06/2012 - 14:22
Everyone brings a different set of expectations and a dose of uncertainty to this event. We worry about weather, having the right equipment, and whether we’ll have enough talented folks to fill our frames. Happily, all concerns were washed away with a very successful event on Saturday, September 29th.
In some ways, it boggles the mind with all the photo opportunities the Salt Flats shoot presented. On site were a large inventory of props that included everything from religious statues, a girls’ bicycle, picture frames, a door, luggage, furniture and even a canoe. Add to that twenty or more models, dancers, other performers and the remarkable backdrop of the Salt Flats and there were more subjects to shoot than time to shoot them.
As hoped, we were able to capture the rising full moon in many of our images as shown nearby. Using flash on the subjects was a challenge, but the results were truly spectacular.
Based on positive sentiment expressed this year, we’ll definitely be putting another Bonneville Salt Flats Photoshoot on the calendar for next.
As always, thanks to all of the club’s directors who put it together, especially, Chris Miller and Jim Berneike. Great job.
September 12th, Wednesday evening, starting at 6pm, Doug Pizac will direct us in a follow-up to his earlier "Shooting Off-Camera Flash Workshop." This session will be hands-on, so bring your cameras and flash units, if you have any. We will meet outside on the west plaza of Salt Lake's main library.
Challenging us will be strong light and long shadows (the sun will be setting at 7:40) and distracting passers-by. That's okay as this is a working session. You will also get practice in directing the models (that will be us).
The Bonneville Salt Flats are perhaps one of the most visually striking landscapes in Utah. The bright white salt playa and mountain ranges beyond offer photographers a rare canvas upon which to create epic images. You will have this opportunity on September 29th!