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Competition - Judge Tom Noonan (7:30 PM EDT)
Tom Noonan  I first became interested in photography in high school. My skills and desire became more intense during the time I was in the service and purchased my first 35mm SLR. Having taught photography at the high school level and in combination with the introduction of digital, I have been reinvigorated again. Plus, with the added flexibility and creativity of Lightroom and Photoshop it allows visually creative photographers to explore new boundaries. I have been a member of Upper Cape Camera Club for eight years and attended the NECCC Conference for five years. I have judged and presented at many clubs on and off cape in the past few years. www.tomnoonanphotography.com
Black & White (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged Competition Type: Themes
Creative (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged
Nature (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged
Pictorial (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged
Education Night - "Photography & Painting: A Sibling Rivalry in Focus" - Presenter Ivy Cubell (7:30 PM EDT)
“FROM NOW ON, PAINTING IS DEAD” exclaimed French Painter Paul Delaroche upon seeing the world’s first photograph in 1839. Before photography, painters had the sole role in visually recording the world. With the sudden birth of photography, many painters understandably feared the camera and worried whether photography was destined to replace painting. But the most innovative painters suddenly felt free to experiment and expand their creative vision away from traditional representation to increasing abstraction of form. This presentation will explore the continual push-pull relationship that developed between photography and painting, the ways the two arts have influenced each other through so many shared movements, with a focus, in particular, on the last 100 years.
Creative (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged
Nature (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged
Pictorial (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged
Trees (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Judged Competition Type: Themes
Image Study - Theme Motion (7:30 PM EDT)
Program Night - "Close Up And Macro Imaging Using Unconventional Lenses" - Presenter Tom Wilson (7:30 PM EDT)
Tom will cover wide angle and Macro/Close Up as well as using telephoto lenses for shooting close up images.
Closing: Creative (11:59 PM EDT)
Closes: Sunday, October 31, 2021 11:59 PM
Closing: Motion (11:59 PM EDT)
Closes: Sunday, October 31, 2021 11:59 PM
Closing: Nature (11:59 PM EDT)
Closes: Sunday, October 31, 2021 11:59 PM
Closing: Pictorial (11:59 PM EDT)
Closes: Sunday, October 31, 2021 11:59 PM
Education-Using Your Fear-Compass to Discover What Matters Most Presented by Craig Strong (7:30 PM EDT)
Craig Strong, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Lensbaby, Inc., will share how his fear of failure as a young photojournalist led him to grow in his ability to share, through pictures, his expanding vision of the world around him. Come and explore what fear has to teach you.
Plimoth/Pawtuxet Field Trip (9:00 AM EDT)
Join us for a Field trip to Plimouth-Pawtuxet Museums on Saturday October 30.  This historic site brings to life the history of the Indigenous homeland of Pawtuxet and the17th Century English Village known as Plimoth.  Interpreters at the sites will answer your questions about life in the 1600’s.   We will spend the morning photographing two 17th century settlements. The Museum’s timber framed houses, wetus (wigwams), livestock, and gardens provide opportunities for low light, landscape and portrait photography.    The Museum’s Plentiful Cafe offers 21st or 17th century fare.  After lunch, some of us may decide to drive to the Mayflower II for more photos of the ship and the Plymouth Harbor.  (If you bring a long lens, you may be able to capture an image of Plymouth Rock.)  Admission to Plimoth-Pawtuxet is $32.00,  $29.00 for Srs.   A Combination Pass to Plimoth-Pawtuxet and the Mayflower II is $40.00, $36.00 for Srs.   Check out https://plimoth.org  for more information


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