Program Details

Sep 11, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Opening meeting, Registration, Grab Bag Results, Treats provided by Trillium
Sep 18, 2018 – 7:30 pm
Orientation meeting – How to submit clinic images to the website with your password.  An overview of our club, it’s activities and interest groups for newer members.
 Sep 23, 2018 – CRITIQUE NIGHT IMAGES DUE
 SEP 25, 2018 – SPEAKER – DR. RON GOODLIN

award winning Wildlife and Nature Photographer
www.rgphotoart.com

Dr. Ron Goodlin is a well-known Conservation-wildlife photographer from Toronto Canada. After slowing down his career as a cosmetic Dentist, he has spent much of his time travelling around the world to photograph wildlife that is in danger from the perils of mankind.  Click here for more details

CLINIC #1 ENTRIES DUE

Oct 2, 2018 – Critique Night for Trillium Members

Experienced club members will offer constructive commentary on members’ images. This is to be a learning experience, so submit images where you want answers and not images that might be your best work. 

Submit up to a maximum of 5 images on any subject or technique to Janet Kempster at critique@trilliumphotoclub.org no later than Monday September 23 at midnight.

The images are to be sized as for clinics.
The images should be numbered followed by your name, e.g., 01 Jane 

Doe, 02 Jane Doe, 03 Jane Doe, etc.
The images may be going into a future clinic, be from a prior clinic or any image you want to have critiqued. Janet will confirm receipt of the images. 

We will critique as many images as possible for each participant given any time constraints. 

Please contact Janet Kempster if you have any questions at critique@trilliumphotoclub.org.

Oct 9, 2018 – 7:30 pm – Luminosity Masking Workshop – Mary Lou Frost

“Luminosity Masking has been one of the most powerful tools I have added to my ‘toolbox’ to enable me to create natural but well optimized images.” Mary Lou Frost.  Click here for more details

This workshop is restricted to Trillium Club Members

 Oct 16, 2018 – 7:30 pm – SPEAKER: Dave of Freaktography – Urban Decay

Dave of Freaktography.com will speak on Urban Decay

“Freaktography” is the photography of the typically off-limits and unseen parts of civilization. 

Dave, the anonymous photographer behind Freaktography, is a modern-day explorer choosing to seek out and show the wonders and mysteries of our own backyards through unconventional photography and adventurous Urban Exploration.  Dave explores and photographs abandoned structures, in addition to drains, rooftops and also active facilities.  Click here for more details

 Oct 23, 2018  – 7:30 pm – CLINIC #1 RESULTS

All entries will be shown.  Images, scores and awards will be identified. Comments on some of the images will be provided.

 Oct 30, 2018 – NO MEETING

CLINIC #2 ENTRIES DUE

 Nov 6, 2018 – Workshop – How to Take and / or Make a Photograph

 

 Nov 13, 2018 – To Be Announced

 

Nov 20, 2018 – 7:30 pm – SPEAKER: Chris Harris

As one of this country’s most respected nature photographers, Chris Harris dedicates his photography to bringing awareness and reverence to the value of nature, biodiversity, and the beauty of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast. He is the independent publisher of his own work as books, and as fine art photographic prints in the gallery located at his home-a destination for visitors from all parts of the globe. Two times winner of Canada’s Northern Lights Award in photojournalism, Chris has also been honoured by provincial, regional, and national tourism and business agencies, including the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association’s Presidents Award for 2011. Chris Harris is represented by several international stock agencies, and has been featured in many magazines including Canadian Geographic and National Geographic. His images are sought after as representative of British Columbia. Website: http://chrisharris.com  Click here for more details

 Nov 27, 2018 – CLINIC #2 RESULTS

All entries will be shown.  Images, scores and awards will be identified.  Comments on some of the images will be provided.

 Dec 4, 2018 – NO MEETING

CLINIC #3 ENTRIES DUE

Dec 11, 2018 – 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm – Trillium Print Salon

 Print Salon – An exhibit of members’ prints and a Christmas Social Evening.

Our twelfth annual Print Salon will be held on December 11th, 2018 from 7:30 to 9 PM at East Plains United Church in Peart Hall. The Print Salon provides the opportunity for Trillium members to display their prints and share them with other Trillium members, families and friends.

For complete details and how to enter click here

Dec. 12, 2018 to Jan. 8, 2019

Seasonal Break

 Jan. 8, 2019 – 7:30 pm – SPEAKER: Kas Stone – Technique: Artistry, Creativity, Meaning and Personal Style

You’ve been photographing for a while. You have all the gear. You are comfortable with camera technique and rules of composition. You’ve mastered basic photo editing at the computer. And you can put it all together to make good images most of the time. But you feel that you are missing something; you think there must be more.

Join professional photographic artist Kas Stone for a journey Beyond Technique. This exploration of artistry, creativity, meaning and personal style will challenge you to dig deeper – and reward you with a fresh perspective that will help you make better images than ever before.  Click here for more details

 Jan.  15, 2019 – 7:30 pm – CLINIC #3 RESULTS

All entries will be shown.  Images, scores and awards will be identified.  Comments on some of the images will be provided. 

CLINIC #4 ENTRIES DUE

 Jan. 22, 2019 – NO MEETING
Jan. 29, 2019 – 7:30 pm – My Photography

Submit up to 10 images to Jim Maguire at jim.maguire@bell.net  Jim will provide a title page. This is your chance to show any type of images you want. There will be no judging or critique. 

Feb. 5, 2019 – 7:30 pm – SPEAKER: Darren Creighton – For the Love of Black & White

What is it about black & white that still hold such interest for photographers & viewers?  Why do we still choose to make images in monochrome.  I have always loved black & white photography, since shooting my first roll of film. With no distraction from colour, the texture and the light become more important in the composition. A rather normal looking scene can be rendered as more dramatic. Through my passion for b&w we will talk about reasons to still shoot it and how colour is a distraction. The importance of  line, texture & simplification. How black & white effects the emotional weight of an image and how it can work as an artistic tool. Shooting & processing techniques are covered along with thought processes of images from start to finish.  www.darrencreightonphotography.com  Click here for more details

Feb 12, 2019 – Clinic #4 Results
Feb 19, 2019 – NO MEETING

CLINIC #5 ENTRIES DUE

Feb. 26, 2019 – 7:30 pm – Movie Night

Arranged by Patrick Mohide. This evening will have an emphasis on composition, that is, what makes a good photograph, and will also speak to the rich history of photography – great photographers. There will be a brief introduction to his Lightroom photographer catalogue, followed by movies on techniques of composition, a group discussion and lastly movies on techniques of famous photographers.

March 5, 2019 – 7:30 pm – SPEAKER: John Overmeyer – Travel and Landscape Photography

John is a Trillium master photographer who has travelled extensively. John has collected many beautiful and stunning images of his travels that he will share. This night could be like a trip to adventures around the world. 

March 12, 2019 – 7:30 pm – How did I do that?

Some members will be asked to share how they created select images. While the emphasis will be on creative work, photo stacking, post processing of landscape images and other types of images may be shown.

March 19, 2019 – 7:30 pm – CLINIC #5 RESULTS

All entries will be shown. Images, scores and awards will be identified. Comments on some of the images will be provided.

March 26, 2019 -7:30 pm

Member’s Presentations

This can be in the form of an A/V Show or can be a series of images.

Presentations should be no longer than 8 minutes.

Those using a PC – consider a program called ProShow Gold by Photodex (http://www.photodex.com).

Those using a Mac – consider Photomagico (https://boinx.com/download/) or iMovie by Apple

April 9, 2019 – SPEAKER: Brian Thompson – “Be a Big Fish in a Small Pond”

Brian Thompson is a working photojournalist, in his 33rd year at The Expositor, the Postmedia daily newspaper in Brantford, Ontario. In this line of work, one must be a jack-of-all trades in terms of photography, reacting to situations unfolding before him, being creative yet truthful in the images he creates, and dealing with less-than-ideal lighting situations.  http://youpose.wixsite.com/brianthompson  Click here for more details

SUBMIT IMAGES FOR CRITIQUE NIGHT AND MEMBER’S CHALLENGE

April 16, 2019 – NO MEETING
April 23, 2019 – 7:30 pm – Critique Night for Trillium Members

Experienced club members will offer constructive commentary on members’ images. This is to be a learning experience, so submit images where you want answers and not images that might be your best work.

Submit up to a maximum of 5 images on any subject or technique to Judy Boufford at critique@trilliumphotoclub.org no later than Tuesday April 9th at midnight.

The images are to be sized as for clinics.
The images should be numbered followed by your name, e.g., 01 Jane

Doe, 02 Jane Doe, 03 Jane Doe, etc.
The images may be going into a future clinic, be from a prior clinic or any image you want to have critiqued. Janet will confirm receipt of the images.

We will critique as many images as possible for each participant given any time constraints.

Please contact Judy Boufford if you have any questions at critique@trilliumphotoclub.org

April 30, 2019 – APP NIGHT – Photopills and others

May 7, 2019 – AGM,

Members Challenge Results, Lousie Elder Tribute, Annual General Meeting and Election of Officers, CAPA Results

May 14, 2019 – Annual Awards Night.

Awards presentations, Dessert, Coffee and Tea