Submitted by Keith Hill on Tue, 02/10/2015 - 16:35
This popular workshop brings models and photographers together to help both build their portfolios. It will also acquaint you with the use of studio lighting equipment to create a variety of affects for portrait subjects. The class will cover routine, as well as, unconventional approaches to lighting and will use a range of studio lighting gear. Attendees will be well equipped to rent the studio for their own projects following this workshop. Master photographer, Chad Braithwaite will teach the group and has been well-liked by club members who participated in last year’s Working with Models workshop.
Bring your own camera with a medium to long focal length lens and Chad will supply the transmitter to fire the lighting gear.
To cover studio charges and model fees, we are asking $40 for either the 9 a.m. to noon or 12:30-3:30 sessions, February 28.
Submitted by Keith Hill on Mon, 02/02/2015 - 10:37
We are pleased to announce our next PhotoOp15 speaker will be Moose Peterson. Moose is a prolific author, award-winning photographer and a Nikon Ambassador. He will center his presentation around two popular topics: landscape and wildlife photography.
PhotoOp15 will be held Saturday, April 11th at the Salt Lake Community College Sandy and is sponsored by pictureline, Nikon and the Wasatch Camera Club. Get more details on the PhotoOp Event page.
PhotoOp is open to everyone, but pre-registration is required as seating is limited. There will be a small charge to cover event expenses. This will be the fourth PhotoOp the club has offered and attendance has grown each year.
The Wasatch Camera Club announces its first overnight field trip to Monument Valley! Join fellow club members May 14-17, 2015 in the heart of the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona. Hone your landscape photography skills, hang out with others passionate about the art, and capture some awe-inspiring shots.
As one of the most dramatic, iconic landscapes in North America, Monument Valley is the quintessential symbol of the American West. Sandstone buttes, many over 1,000 feet tall, rise above the valley floor resulting in a mystical place of gigantic proportions.
During field trip, we will have a Navajo guide to help us explore the remote backcountry not accessible to the general public. The full itinerary has yet to be determined, but other stops may include Natural Bridges National Monument, House on Fire, Fallen Roof, Mexican Hat, Valley of the Gods, and Gooseneck State Park. Dawn, sunset, night photography...they’re all game.
Participation will be limited to 10 members. There will be a $50 non-refundable deposit required for the guide’s service. Participants will cover their own travel/lodging costs and there will be additional fees. Stay tuned for more information.
Note: REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSEDRegistration will be opened in an upcoming e-mail, so watch your inbox carefully. If the trip fills up, your registration will be automatically added to a waiting list. Successful registrants will be notified by e-mail within 24 hours after the registration open e-mail. They will post their deposits at that time.
Submitted by Keith Hill on Tue, 01/20/2015 - 19:57
It’s a pleasure to announce a special one-man show at the Jewish Community Center by club Vice President and phenomenal photographer Jeff Clay from February 2nd to the 27th. Fresh back from a photo junket to Cambodia, Jeff will include three works from this trip and a little over 60 other works including landscapes, travel and architecture.
You’re invited to the artist’s reception on February 11th from 7 to 9 p.m. where you can view the images as well as engage the artist himself. Refreshments will be provided.
When: Monday, February 2 - Friday, February 27
Where: Salt Lake Jewish Community Center, 2 N Medical Dr, Salt Lake City
Doug Pizac -- who has presented many informative and educational Wasatch Camera Club workshops (see bio below) -- will demonstrate some simple and quick Photoshop techniques that can turn mundane images into magnificent art. When prints were made in a wet darkroom a variety of tools and tricks were used to bring out detail and enhance/expand the tonal range. Starting with Camera Raw, Doug will show you the equivalents of hot developer, hot water, potassium ferrocyanide, etc. when using PS burn and dodge tools. In addition, if you have an image that you would like to offer as a demo, bring it on a flash drive that is formatted for use on a PC laptop.
Bio: Doug gained his expert photography and darkroom skills through multiple internships with photographers, editors and master printers at National Geographic during college and a workshop with Ansel Adams before his death. With his computer programming knowledge he has been able to translate these procedures to Photoshop. He also has Adobe certification in Photoshop. After 30+ years with The Associated Press as a staff photographer he now freelances and is transferring his decades of experience to college students through teaching.
Submitted by jimberneike on Wed, 12/10/2014 - 14:43
Due to the weather forecast of a Snowstorm for Sunday 28th with winter storm warnings, we have decided to cancel the field trip to the Golden Spike Train Museum. We feel the long drive (3 hours round trip) in those road conditions would probably not be a good idea. Our apologies and I hope everyone has a safe and Happy New Year.
Send questions to: Lloyd Blackburn at his email, or questions 801-403-5280
On Monday, November 17th, local photographer Rob Daugherty will be presenting a workshop on wildlife photography.
Rob takes frequent trips to our nation’s most picturesque National Parks include Yellowstone, the Tetons, Arches, Zion, Canyonlands, Bryce, and Capitol Reef, as well as numerous state parks, wildlife refuges and bird sanctuaries to capture fantastic portrait and environmental shots of our nation's wildlife. He leads in-field workshops to most of these areas also.
Rob will share technical information as well as give you the low-down on what lenses to use, when to shoot, how to find wildlife, where to go, what to look for, and what not to do. He will also, of course, be sharing some of his gorgeous photography!
Join us at 6:30 on Monday, 17-November at the downtown SLC Library. Due to popular demand, we have moved the workshop to Conference Room 4 (on 4th Floor)!