Our next meeting will be held Thursday, December 19 at 7:00 pm in the Aboriginal Resource Centre at the College of the North Atlantic. (Go in the main doors, then turn right. The ARC will be on your left before you get to the library.)
We’ll talk a bit about night-time photography, then head out and take some photos of the nearby town lights, so bring your camera! (And a tripod if you have one.) After we do that, we’ll come back inside and have hot chocolate…mmmm!
Wondering how to prepare for the photo foray? We’ve got a document with some pointers.
Our December 5 meeting was a lot of fun, and very thought-provoking! Labrador Institute Artist-in-Residence Amy Malbeuf and her husband, Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council Emerging Artist of the Year Jordan Bennett came and talked about how they use photography in their art. Jordan also introduced us to the photography of his friend Dru Kennedy…maybe someday we can get him up here!
After the presentations, we sat around and talked about (what else?) cameras, our favourite places to buy gear online, and techniques we want to try. It was super casual, and Amy and Jordan were great sports. Thank you so much for coming by and talking to Tamarack Camera Club during your stay in Labrador!