Welcome to the Gateway Camera Club
Our goals are to share ideas, knowledge, and insight;
to help improve the skills and abilities of our members; and to have
some fun while enjoying photography.
We recognize photography is changing, growing and with
ever-emerging technologies, more exciting than ever! Gateway was one
of the first local camera clubs to embrace digital photography and, as a
result, we have some very knowledgeable digital photographers. Many
award-winning members of Gateway Camera Club honed their talents and
abilities through the mentoring they found at Gateway.
Our club is very active and we meet on most Tuesdays from September to
June from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Want to compete, learn and share? Check
out our exciting schedule. Visitors and new members are always welcome.
Just stop in and introduce yourself. We hope you'll soon find an aspect
of Gateway that fits your interests. Please browse our website, learn
more about what we do, and enjoy. And remember, enthusiasm is catchy.
Come and catch some! Our Membership Information Page provides details on our club along with a link to our membership application.
The Slideshow to the right features ribbon winning images from our October Competition.
- November Competition Deadline - Sunday October 30th at 11:59PM
- Education Night - Tuesday November 1st - Art Rainville - "Art of the Portrait"
“A picture is of someone but a portrait is about someone.” In this presentation, we will explore various genre of portraiture, from formal studio to fashionista, from artful environmental to street portraits, from emotional heartfelts to Degage Portraiture – the art of unconstrained creating. We’ll come to know traditional lighting and posing and dabble in the avante garde…classic to contemporary styling…all manner of the Art of the Portrait.
- Competition Night - Tuesday November 8th - Judge Bob Singer
- Image Study - Tuesday November 15th
- Program Night - Tuesday November 22nd - Ron Rosenstock - "A One Person Show - How to get one"
Learn all the basics on developing your "show" ability for your photographic work. One of the most difficult aspects of photographing is getting your work exhibited:
· Developing a theme
· Selecting locations
· Negotiating exhibition schedules
· Presenting exhibition ideas
· Preparing museum quality work
· Getting recommendations and why they're important
· The nuts and bolts of hanging your photographs for maximum impact.
This is a topic that is seldom discussed and yet is one of the most important to developing desire for your work. Take your images to the next level with a show you can be proud of. See website: http://www.ronrosenstock.com/
No Meeting - Tuesday November 29th
Ongoing Events and Field Trips
- The Old Manse - November 6th - Buz has arranged for our group to have exclusive access during a time not open to the public. Check out the Field Trip page for complete information.
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