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Banquet Information

The Saskatoon Camera Club banquet will be on May 29th at the Queens House Retreat (601 Taylor Street W). Tickets are $25.00. Cocktails at 6:00 and dinner at 6:30. Purchase your tickets from Rhea Preete.

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Photo Presentations at 7pm

The photo presentations on Tuesday March 27th will begin at 7pm, instead of the time on the program which says 6pm. Make sure to come out and see the fantastic presentations your fellow club members have put together!

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Presentation: Photo Editing

This Tuesday, March 20th, we will have 4 different presenters sharing their tips and workflows on editing your images.  Join Stephen Nicholson for Lightroom Editing, Scott Prokop for fast batch processing, Michael Murchison for luminosity masking in Photoshop and Ron Cooley with a surprise.

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Winter Photography at Meewasin Park

Winter shooting at Meewasin Park (north on Spadina, along the river) on Tuesday, March 13th at 6:15-6:30pm as sunset is at 7:05ish. Michael Murchison will be there to meet you!  Check out the location on Google Maps.

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Christmas Potluck

On December 12, Camera club members will celebrate Christmas in the spirit of sharing within and outside of Camera Club.

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Prairie Focus: Fall 2017

The latest edition of the PRPA Prairie Focus for Fall 2017 is now available.  Congrats to all the winners from the Saskatoon Camera Club in the competitions.

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Presentation by Scott Prokop

Scott will present “Start a Photo Project to Spark Your Creativity” on Tuesday Nov 21st. Come explore his newest project with a look at Saskatoon’s neighborhoods.

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Book Launch: “Islands of Grass” by Branimir Gjetvaj

You are invited to a launch of the Islands of Grass, a passionate and beautifully illustrated plea for one of the most endangered and least protected landscapes on Earth: the remaining fragments of natural prairie on the northern plains. Written by award-winning author and naturalist Trevor Herriot and accompanied with the remarkable photography by Branimir Gjetvaj, Islands of Grass is …

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