MOOSE JAW CAMERA CLUB

Coming up at the Moose Jaw Camera Club:

Macro iPhonography, image by A. Hergert

iPhonography, image by A. Hergert

The next field trip for the  Moose Jaw Camera Club takes us to the historic part of Moose Jaw. Neil Montgomery has generously offered to open up the “Little Chicago Archives” to Camera Club members who are interested in historic photographs. This will be an opportunity to discover historic Moose Jaw for the first time, or to recall events with those that remember “the good old days.”

At the same time we have an opportunity to use and view the printing equipment and services “Little Chicago” has the offer.

Brenda Halstead has organized this outing for active club members. We will meet at “Little Chicago”, 108 Main St N.  Our outing is scheduled from 1:00-4:00 pm. For additional details please contact Brenda <denturedaddy@sasktel.net>

This field trip was scheduled by the program committee for April 4th due to other commitments on following weekends. We are aware that April 4th is the Saturday prior to Easter and apologize to those members who are unable to participate.

Our general meeting takes place on Monday, April 6th at 7 pm at the Cosmo Center. Please remember to bring up to 6 (six) images on a thumb drive for group viewing and discussion. The theme is “Macro”.

John Meed will be presenting on the legalities of photographing abandoned buildings in Saskatchewan.

A questionnaire will be handed out to all in attendance. The answers to this questionnaire will aid the executive in planning workshops, meeting activities and field trips for the 2015/2016 year. It is our goal to make meetings more interactive and diverse. Please plan to attend as we appreciate everyone’s feedback and input. This is YOUR camera club and we want to hear from you!

This entry was published on March 31, 2015 at 6:23 am. It’s filed under Club News, Fieldtrips, Macro photography, Moose Jaw Camera Club, Photography, Sharing Resources and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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