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The Trillium Photographic Club was formed in 1992. Trillium’s aim is to promote the enjoyment of photography by providing the venue for photographers to meet and exchange ideas and information. In addition to regular club meetings with speakers, clinics and photographic exhibitions, there are opportunities for outings and social gatherings.

Trillium is a participating member of the Canadian Association for Photographic Art (CAPA) and the Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs (GTCCC).

We welcome new members, new ideas and new challenges. Join us to learn, improve and enjoy photography.

We meet most Tuesdays, September through May, at 7:30 PM at:

East Plains United Church
375 Plains Road East,
Burlington (Aldershot), Ontario

Guests are welcome, but there is a guest fee on nights that we have special speakers (as set out in our on-line program.)

 

 

Last updated: September 27, 2016

Copyright to photos on this website belongs in each case to the individual member photographer.

2016 - 2017 Online Program Guide

2016 - 2017 Printable (pdf) Program Guide

President's Message, September 2016

Next Meetings

    *** Clinic 1 Entries and Critique Night Entries due Friday, Sept. 30 ***

Friday Sept. 30 - Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016

The GTCCC, of which the Trillium Club is a member, has a fall retreat scheduled at the Geneva Park Conference Centre in Orillia for the weekend of September 30 - October 2, 2016.

There is a Friday afternoon and evening program for those staying the weekend, a full-day program on Saturday, and a half-day on Sunday.

Those staying overnight will have the opportunity to have early-morning shoots.

The retreat offers three streams - nature, pictorial, and printing - involving both shooting opportunities and clinics. For instance, in the nature stream, they plan a clinic on prepping your nature shots for competitions.

You can see the details here: http://www.gtccc.ca/retreat/

7:30 pm. Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016

Workshop - Critique Night

Experienced club members will offer constructive commentary on members' images.

This is to be a learning experience, so submit images where you wants answers and not images that might be your best work.

Submit up to a maximum of 5 images of any subject or technique to Jim Maguire no later than Friday, Sept. 30 at midnight. Jim's email address will be included in an email to all members prior to the due date. You will receive a confirmation of receipt of the images. The images are to be sized as for clinics and should be numbered followed by your name. I.e., 01 Jane Doe; 02 Jane Doe etc.

The images can be from a prior clinic or intended for a future clinic. We will critique as many as possible for each participant as time allows it.

Tuesday, Oct 11, 2016 - NO MEETING

7:00 am. Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016

Christie Lake Fall Colour Outing

More informaton to follow closer to the event.

7:30 pm. Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016

Speaker: Michael Fraser
The Past, Present and Future of Street Photography:
Finding Meaning in the Mundane

Michael is a photographer, cancer researcher, father, and husband. See more information at http://www.mfphotography.ca

The following is an excerpt from Novella Magazine January 2015 http://novellamag.com/profile-photographer-michaelfraser/

Fraser is a Toronto-based street photographer who captures intimate yet revealing photographs of not only human interaction but also the way human beings interact with the city they live in.

Fraser mainly works with the traditional colour and black & white film illustrating the various aspects of light, composition and shadow through his breathtaking photography.

Though he loves photographing the streets of Toronto, including Kensington Market and the Eaton Centre’s downtown core, his passion for travel has inspired many of his notable works. He has photographed various cities including Paris, London, San Francisco, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, and Beijing but one special place he always loves to photograph is New York. In 2014, his work was selected to appear in the Contact Photography Festival in the Junction with his titled exhibit "From Here to There"

Non-members are welcome to attend as Club guests for a fee of $10.00

 

 

 

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2016 - 2017 Club Board of Directors and Officers

 

President
Past President
Vice-President
Treasurer
Secretary
Program
Membership
Webmaster
Clinic Chair
Equipment
Hospitality
CAPA Repesentative
GTCCC Representative

John Strung
David Seldon
David Evans
John King
Judy Boufford
Toni Browning
Janet McNally, Pat Wintemute & Jim Thomson
John Strung
David Evans
Bertin Francoeur and Victor Turczynski
(vacant)
Sandy Bell
Jim Thomson


2015 - 2016 Annual Award Winners

  Distinguished Service Award Judy Boufford
  Photographer of the Year 1. John Overmeyer
2. Kathy Ward
3. Dan Copeland
  Masters Proficiency Winners 1. David Seldon
2. John Overmeyer
3. Gary Love
  Gold Proficiency Winners 1. Jim Thomson
2. Dan Copeland
3. Peter Bartens

  Silver Proficiency Winners 1. Bela Acs
2. Art Ward
3. Kathy Ward
  Bronze Proficiency Winners

1. Pat Wintemute
2. Karen Blunt


2015 - 2016 Annual Award Winning Images

The Image of the Year and the three category winners for 2015 - 2016 are below. More photos HERE.


     

Image of the Year and Pictorial Category Winner
"Walked By" by Bela Acs

     
 

Creative Winner -"Dundurn Castle on Film" by Kathy Ward

 
     

Nature Winner - "Chickadees" by Gary Love

     

Louise Elder Wildflower Trophy Winner
"Dandelion" by Doug Doede

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