MOOSE JAW CAMERA CLUB

Member Profile: Kandra Forbes

Portrait of me courtesy of Jennifer Baker

Portrait of me courtesy of Jennifer Baker

Kandra Forbes Bio:

Just finishing up her last year of university. In December Kandra will graduate with a bachelor in Environmental Studies and Geography from the University of Regina.

She has been pursuing her passion of photography since high school and received her first DSLR when she graduated. Since then she has been making photos when- and wherever she can. Securing a great summer job at the Buffalo Pound Provincial Park made it possible to take along her camera combining her hobby with her work.

Growing to love natural light portraits her heart is still with nature photography. She loves to see things in an interesting way and embraces her ability to capture it creatively.

Last winter Kendra was able to fill her University fine arts course requirement with a Photography and Contemporary Art course. It was challenging but rewarding. The reflection photo is part of her final project for the class. She loves photography because it is a hobby she continues to develop and hold on to throughout life. Kandra will be known for joining Bill as one of the special members that manages to injure themselves on club fieldtrips.

Reflection: ISO 200, 1/125sec 118mm (18-200mm)

Reflection: ISO 200, 1/125sec 118mm (18-200mm)

Fox: ISO 400, 1/500sec, 260mm (55-300mm)

Fox: ISO 400, 1/500sec, 260mm (55-300mm)

Owl: ISO 400, 1/1000sec, 88mm (55-300mm)

Owl: ISO 400, 1/1000sec, 88mm (55-300mm)

Halle (sister being patient model): ISO 100, 1/200sec, 50mm (50mm)

Halle (sister being patient model): ISO 100, 1/200sec, 50mm (50mm)

Dad skiing ( won Sask Tourism Snap It! Category Parks 80th): ISO 200, 1/200sec 55mm (18-55mm)

Dad skiing ( won Sask Tourism Snap It! Category Parks 80th): ISO 200, 1/200sec 55mm (18-55mm)

Thank you Kandra, for sharing your zest of life and passion for photography with the Moose Jaw Camera Club and beyond!

This entry was published on August 7, 2015 at 6:11 am. It’s filed under Action Photography, Landscape Photography, Member Feature, Member profile, Moose Jaw Camera Club, Photography, Sports photography, Wildlife Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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