About Shutterlight Photography Club
There will be NO meeting in December 2019 – we will resume in January 2020
Join us in SASi’s upstairs Founders Gallery for an informative program or planned group outing. Learn techniques from experienced photographers. Occasionally group outings are planned to photograph local sights. Members are also given monthly “assignments”to photograph. The resulting photographs are shared at meetings via flash drives using our projector. Doors open at 6:30 – meeting begins at 7 pm. For details email Ellen Devenny at KMCameraClub@gmail.com. Connect with the Shutterlight Photo Club on Facebook
April 2019 Meeting
Join us Monday, April 8 for their presentation What is digital photography? with Scott Stallings. Scott is a fine art and commercial portrait photographer living and working in Charlotte, NC. See Scott’s work at www.greylightphoto.com Doors open at 6:30 – Visitors Welcome!
August Assignment on Facebook Water in Motion:
Upcoming Meeting Programs:
CANCELLED – Dec 10, 2018 – Shutter Light Photography Group Meeting is cancelled for this date due to the forecast of snow.
Our speaker, Tom Dills has agreed to meet with us for the January 14th meeting, weather permitting. His talk will be about Lightroom 101.
We hope that everyone will have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing everyone in the soon coming year!
In the meantime, please visit Tom’s site: www.tomdills.com
Nov 12, 2018 – Camera Club member Rebecca Joyner will be sharing photos from her trip to the Holy Lands this past summer.
Oct 15, 2018 – Camera Club leader Tom Pacheco will be doing a presentation on Composition. The group assignement is “Reflections.”
Sept 10, 2018 – Speaker Rick Haithcox (Rick Haithcox Photography) presents Seeking the Human Spirit. Rick was awarded a NC Grant this year for his “off the wall” portrait work. He said it is a collection of interesting subjects… “some standard stuff and images like my wrestlers, octopus head, strangers from my travels and interesting subjects that have found their way to my studio and in front of my lens.”