Recent News

Presentation: Bold Black & White Stories of the Canadian Rockies

This weeks meeting will feature Lee Nordbye, a member of the Calgary Camera Club.Bold Black & White Stories of the Canadian Rockies & Roads Less Traveled.For Lee, stopping visual storytelling down to fundamental elements, and capturing the essence of the story without colour is a thrilling endeavour. He will be sharing his passion and skills for Black and White Photography …

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Into the Tunnels

Challenge: Framing

The next challenge is Framing – Due August 1st – Review is Aug. 04. Adding a natural frame to your image adds depth to your images. Try to frame your subject using what’s around: trees, people, windows…

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Challenge: Summer

The next challenge is Summer – Due July 18th – Review is July 21st. For this challenge, try to convey Summer in one picture.

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Webcast: How to Edit Your Photos Like a Pro in Lightroom and Photoshop

In this live webcast for the Camera Club with Matt Kloskowski, you’ll learn some great techniques for editing your photos in Lightroom and when to jump over to Photoshop to help out. This will be a late beginner to early intermediate level presentation, but really… it’s just about having some fun with your photos and improving your editing during this …

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Photo Challenges

To encourage us to keep active taking photos, we will be running a series of photo challenges, one every two weeks. At the close of the challenge, we will post up all the submissions to the gallery so we can collectively go through and evaluate each other’s work. The topic for the first challenge is “Spring”. The deadline for submitting …

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Cancellation of Meetings

In light of other organizations ending their meetings until the end of the school year along with the logistical difficulties of running virtual presentations and judging, the board has made the hard decision to cancel the remainder of the year’s program. However, as cameras have not (yet?) been identified as a source of pathogens, we can still get out and …

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