Events organized by the Puget Sound Camera Club as well as other things of interest to our members. Note that most of our club activities are posted on our Meetup page at https://www.meetup.com/Puget-Sound-Camera-Club-Meetup/
If you have additional questions, want to inform us of interesting upcoming events, or have ideas for club field trips, please use our contact form at http://www.pugetsoundcamera.com/contact-us
October Field Trip: Fall Color along US 2 Wednesday, October 16
Reprising a successful field trip we had a couple of years ago, we’re going on a day-long road trip to Leavenworth. We’ll meet at the Heerschap’s house at 9 am (1818 N 198th in Shoreline) to organize cars and head out from there. The itinerary will more or less be dictated by what we see, stopping at some of the most iconic spots listed in Henry’s article elsewhere in this newsletter. We’ll have lunch at Gustav’s in Leavenworth (617 US Highway 2, gustavsleavenworth.com), maybe take a little time around town before we head back. Traffic permitting, we should be back in Shoreline between 4 and 5 pm. Contact Henry at 206-719-1782 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
2019 NWCCC Conference with David Julian
Saturday, November 9, 9 AM to 5 PM Green River College, Auburn WA
Mel Lindbloom Student Union Building
$75 including a box lunch
David Julian, Seattle-based photographer, illustrator, and educator is this year’s NWCCC Conference keynote presenter.
David’s presentations include:
Morning Presentation: “Becoming a More Creative Photographer”
One of the most common requests Dave hears at lectures is “How can I become a more creative photographer?
Since 2001, Dave has mentored over a hundred photographers to achieve that and more. His presentation explores ideas and examples of how emerging and pro photographers have used their knowledge, innate strengths and even personality to greatly improve their images. Dave also touches on experimental photography and ways to create image stories that reveal vision, authenticity, beauty and meaning. Look into your archives and feel free to bring a related question.
Afternoon Presentation: “The Art of Travel Photography”
Join photographer Dave Julian to learn the art of making truly compelling travel photographs. Dave draws upon his own images to illustrate topics that include logistics, composition, intention, timing and storytelling. Dave also reveals his choices of photographic gear, prepares for a trip, how he travels light and handles his images while away and upon returning home. Feel free to bring related questions.
David Julian is a Seattle-based photographer, photo-illustrator, speaker and educator. He divides his time between assignments, travels, and teaching. He has led workshops for Maine Media Workshops, Santa Fe Workshops, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Un-Cruise and in Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, Canada, Europe, Cuba, and soon in India and the Far East.
His images and interviews have appeared in Communication Arts, PRINT, NY Times, LA Times, Islands, Outside, National Geographic Traveler, Audubon, Rangefinder, Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photo Pro, Fujilove, and in all media on the arts. He has been awarded by The Art Director’s Clubs of New York and Los Angeles, the Society of News Design, the Society of Photographic Educators and World in Focus. David is faculty at Seattle Central Creative Academy and University of Washington’s photography program where he has been twice nominated for the Distinguished Teaching Award.
Dave is also a Fuji-X Delegate photographer, an expert in Lightroom and Photoshop, and enjoys helping others develop vision and skills to reach creative goals. For more info on David go to https://davidjulian.com/
In addition to David’s talks, registration includes three additional classes chosen from a variety of experts on a number of topics as well as a boxed lunch.