On April 18, 2013 at 7pm at the Banana Factory, we will have speaker Ed Heaton. Ed is a published and award-winning professional photographer / educator residing in Chester County, Pennsylvania who specializes in landscape, nature and travel photography. For close to a decade, Ed has conducted workshops, seminars, and classes on an ongoing basis. Ed’s passion for the outdoors is truly reflected in his photography. Beneath the meditative solitude of his images lie an extraordinary awareness of composition and technique. It is a vision that Ed has developed through years of experience as a professional photographer
Ed will be presenting “Capturing a Sense of Place”. The goal of the lecture will be to help you capture a sense of place. If you’re like most photographers, you want to capture those great location images that you’ll be excited to show your friends and family when you get home. But knowing how to capture the essence of your location isn’t as easy as it would seem.
For examples of Ed’s work, please visit his website or his Facebook page.
Save the date for our Photo Scavenger Hunt!
342 Northampton Street
Easton, PA 18042
It will be held on April 6, 2013 @ 10:00 a.m. Normally, photography is not allowed in the museum so flash is NOT permitted. Any pictures taken are not to be used for commercial purposes without obtaining permission from the Sigal Museum.
Note: Rhonda will be compiling a CD for them of pictures given to her for them to use as they are a nonprofit organization. Please sign up on the website if you are planning to attend.
Foto Feedback will be held at the Banana Factory on April 2 at 7pm.
1. Alternative Seeings. Each club member is asked to submit one image that shows unusual AND unusually effective ways of CAPTURING AN IMAGE. The submission should be in jpeg format. Send it to email@example.com by Friday March 29th.
This could involve the way you oriented the camera, the perspective from which you took the shot, the lens selected, the focal length, weather conditions, or lots of other factors.
2. Alternative Interpretations. Each club member is invited to submit one image that puzzles them or that they just want to see how others would bring out a different aspect. Submit the image right out of the camera, but flattened and converted to jpg format to: submitphoto.lvpc.gmail.com on or before Monday, March 25th.
These will then be posted to this website for other club members to prepare will submit their suggested alternative interpretations. All of these will be gathered together and, as many as time permits, shown at the FotoFeedback meeting.
3. Alternative Groupings. During the entire month of April, a collection of photographs by Club member Ralph Lindgren will be on display in the Rotunda Gallery of the Bethlehem Town Hall. Beside arranging for a special reception for Club members at the Gallery on Sunday, April 21st from 2 to 4, Ralph will help us grasp what is distinctive about this collection and the various themes that unite it at the April 2nd meeting of FotoFeedback.